Printcess Eyeshadow for Contouring


One of the reasons I call Printcess "mineral makeup" instead of just "eye shadow" is because you can do a LOT with these loose powders.

I'm posting a series of tutorials on ways you can use a pot of Printcess color to sub for things other than eye shadow. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions, in the comments below!

Today's tip: CONTOURING



Use a matte neutral shade that's 1-2 shades darker than your foundation (or natural skin tone, if using over naked skin). If you want to go the bronzer route, same rules apply for application, but select a shimmer shade that's 1-2 shades darker AND 1 shade warmer than your skin tone.

Some options include: Evidence (for cool-toned, light-medium skin), Plot (for warm-toned medium skin), Epilogue (for warm-toned, medium-dark skin), Tumbleweed (for dark skin).

ALWAYS apply lightly to start- you can layer more if necessary, but too much darker tone will make you look dirty. Focus on areas of your face with natural shadows:

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Keep in mind, I deliberately applied my contour on the heavy side, so you could see it despite the low light in this video. 


ALL Printcess colors are safe to use on your face!

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