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Student Area Face Shape & Structure – Contouring/Highlighting

It is important that you decide what face shape a client has in order to decide if any corrective contouring work is needed. When deciding the face shape it is important that they are sat upright to allow you to see their face at the correct angle.

Asian clients tend to have an angular face shape and may need to be softened slightly. The eyes are a dominant feature so should be emphasized.

We will now discuss the different face shape that you will see , however a person may have a combination of two of the following face shapes….

Student’s will learn the various face shapes and how to do corrective techniques, contour and highlight for each face shape…