Highlights & Shading
A major trick of the makeup artist trade, is highlighting and shading. With the proper ivory/beige and dark tone browns, you can virtually reshape the face. For light skin, the highlight goes on the top and contour on bottom. For dark skin it is the opposite, dark tone browns on top and highlight at bottom. The colors featured in this section are specifically designed for this purpose.
Hydro Contours are water-based and go through an airbrush easily. Use as a highlight, contour or bronzer. They can also be applied with a sponge or fingertips.
Washes off easily with soap & water
Make Up For Ever has created Uplight, a silky gel which naturally lights up the face. Reflecting pigments capture and diffuse light. Skin appears healthy and the complexion fresh and radiant.
Apply with fingers or Brush #55N to the upper part of cheeks, browbone and outer corners of the eyes.
Apply alone or mixed with foundation. Available in Silky (Dewy), Pearly and Sparkling.
A professional shading and contouring tool to help shape the eyelids, define cheekbones and hid fullness under the chin.
Used to highlight areas of the skin for better contouring effects.
Special Hi-Lite is the photograph on the left!
This Kryolan sharpener fits a standard and broad pencils, such as their Kajal series.
Thick pencils that produce thicker, bolder lines. Excellent for big stages where makeup tends to disappear. Requires a large sharpener.
Joe Blasco offers this professional line of shading colors intended for character makeup.
This Joe Blasco concealer is used under the eyes to neutralize greyness.
Joe Blasco Orange Highlight can be used under the eyes to conceal blueness. It can also be used to conceal blue facial and body bruises.
A favorite among professionals, Joe Blasco cremes are very blendable. This highlight is made special for darker complexions.
Can improve, correct or change facial features. Brighter tones, such as Ultralite, instantly create the appearance of bags, jowls and crow's feet when used in tandem with shadows. Warmer shades dim...