Correcting Face Shapes

LONG  to reduce the length of a long face, use a darker shade of foundation lo shade around die top of die forehead, blending it into the hairline. Shade along the jawline, too, and under the cheekbones. Dot a lighter shade just above the cheekbones to highlight, then apply the base foundation, blending well. Reapply the lighter and darker shades if necessary. Brush blusher along the cheekbones hut not too far down the face

Correcting Face Shapes Long & Square

SQUARE  to Soften a square face by using a darker foundation to shade an almost triangular shape on either side of the jaw. Shade the sides of the forehead,too, 10 help reduce the width of the top pan of the face. Dot a lighter shade above the cheekbones to highlight, then apply base Foundation, blending well. Reapply the lighter and darker shades if necessary. Brush blusher along the cheekbones.

Correcting Face Shapes Round & Heart

ROUND of a round face, use a darker foundation underneath the cheekbones lo give the face more angles, blend up into the hairline. Do a lighter shade above the cheekbones to highlight and on the tip of the chin 10 counteract the moon shape. Apply the base foundation and blend well. Reapply the lighter and darker shades il necessary. Brush blusher along the cheekbones.

HEART  to even up a heart shaped face, use a darker shade of foundation on the sides of die forehead to help reduce the width of the face, and also on the tip of the chin to make it look less pointed. Dot a lighter shade just above the cheekbones to highlight, then apply the base foundation, blending well. Reapply the lighter and darker shades if necessary. Brush blusher along the cheekbones blending il up onto ihe temples

top female: long face
lower female: Square face
 Achieving the effect —–>   Final Look 
Below: 
Top female: round face
lower female: heart face
Achieving the effect —–>   Final Look 
pictures taken from: Quant Mary – Classic Makeup & Beauty (book)