The Ultimate Guide to Face Shapes
Oval, square, round or diamond? Identifying which one of the common face shapes you have will help dictate your best haircut and makeup options
Makeup do: Celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose says that one key way to add definition is to go for "angular shaped brows to downplay the round shape of [your] face," as seen here on Ginnifer Goodwin.
Makeup don't: Refrain from applying blush to the apples of your cheeks. Two circular pops of color will only make your face look rounder. Try applying blush beneath your cheekbones instead, blending up towards your temples -- this will help create the illusion of well-chiseled angles and a more slender visage.
Next: Tips for heart-shaped faces.
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