Make the most of yourself - Adapt your makeup to your physiognomy.
The ideal face follows the rules for the classic face.
The three areas: forehead; eyes / nose; mouth / chin, are equally proportioned and there is room for a third eye between the two eyes.
The moving part of the eyelid should be visible and the arch of the eyebrows clearly distinguishable.
The oval face
This is also the ideal face; the makeup will be carried out by creating ascending movements towards the outside of the face so as to make it younger and give it a more smiling expression.
The square face
In this case, the maxilla should be minimised by using a darker foundation or Terracotta Matt. The eyes will be made up by drawing them towards the outside and relatively high under the eyebrows. The blush will also be drawn towards the temples and the lower lip should be triangular.
The round face
The contours of this face should be toned down and efforts made to elongate it. The makeup will therefore be more centred, applying eye makeup and blush more vertically rather than drawing it towards the outside. The mouth should be small and round.
The long face
This vertical face should be broadened by horizontal makeup. The eye makeup and the blush will be drawn horizontally towards the ears. The lips may also be enlarged
The triangular face
This angular face with its overlarge forehead area must be softened. The eyes will be made up vertically and the blush drawn downwards onto the cheeks. The lips will be small and rounded.