How to use


  1. Choose a deeper shade to create soft definition wherever shadows fall naturally on your face – under your cheekbones and along your jawline, for example! Also apply a rich colour around the edges of your face for flattering warmth and a naturally sun-kissed look. MUA TIP: Don’t drag shadow shades too far down the cheek – this can feel a bit heavy! Keep your cheek contour HIGH and work upwards and outwards, towards your temple.... Read more


  1. Choose a deeper shade to create soft definition wherever shadows fall naturally on your face – under your cheekbones and along your jawline, for example! Also apply a rich colour around the edges of your face for flattering warmth and a naturally sun-kissed look. MUA TIP: Don’t drag shadow shades too far down the cheek – this can feel a bit heavy! Keep your cheek contour HIGH and work upwards and outwards, towards your temple.

  2. Choose a brightening, lighter shade and apply under your eyes, across your forehead and on the fullest part of your cheeks. Keep this lighter tone focused mostly on the centre of your face – basically anywhere you want to create a perfected, bright & flattering finish.

  3. Finish with the lightest, highlighter shade to pick out the highest points of your bone structure – the bridge of your nose, the highest point of your cheekbones and the centre of your chin.

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