5 Unexpected Ways to Use SHADOW PLAY Natural Defining Contouring Liquid

After having shared her advice on natural, daylight contouring, RBR Director of Artistry & Education Jo Levy shares five more tips on using our Natural Defining Contouring Liquid like a pro.
5 Unexpected Ways to Use SHADOW PLAY Natural Defining Contouring Liquid

5 Unexpected Ways to Use SHADOW PLAY:
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Eye shadow base
This multi-purpose liquid doubles as a creamy eye shadow base and works as a crease-sculpting shade as well.

Lip shaping
A well-known trick make-up artists use to create the illusion of a fuller pout is working with shadows after you’ve added highlights to the Cupid’s bow, and the middle of the lower lip: brush a tiny amount of SHADOW PLAY to the area where the natural shadow under the lower lip occurs – the centre below the outer contour.

Use a small, round eye shadow brush (Mini Shader Brush 005) to not overdo this special contouring technique.

Easy contouring with SHADOW PLAY SHADOW PLAY – a slightly cool-toned bronze shade that suits most complexions and blends easily

Body make-up
Use it on your body to define and sculpt shoulders, arms, legs for a photo shooting or a big night out.

Cheekbone magic
When pairing with a blush, apply SHADOW PLAY first in a half-moon shape along the sides of the temples and to the hollows of the cheeks. Once set, apply cheek color to the ‘apples’ of the cheeks and blend outward in a circular motion for an ultra uplifted effect.

Choosing the right brushes for different contouring jobs Use your fingers – or a flat, dense synthetic brush (Foundation Brush 009) – to blend SHADOW PLAY it seamlessly into the complexion.

Tan line coverage
The slightly cool-toned bronze shade suits most complexions and can help conceal tan lines.

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