How To Contour with Physicians Formula

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How To Contour with Physicians Formula by Atlanta blogger Happily Hughes

If you follow on Instagram, you know I’m not a “makeup every day” type of girl.  I do love make up, I just lack the patience to put it on every day.  That being said, when I do get beautified, I want it to look good.  Which is why I’ve been watching ALL the youtube videos on contouring etc.  I finally got how to contour down and I wanted to share it with my other mamas, as it only takes me about 15 minutes total to get my face done!  Here is a

How To Contour with Physicians Formula

How To Contour with Physicians Formula by Atlanta blogger Happily Hughes

I’ve always loved Physicians Formula.  For one, all of their products can be found at Walmart.  Secondly, and most importantly, their makeup is paraben, fragrance and cruelty free.  Each product is also dermatologist approved and created for those with sensitive skin in mind.  Last, I love that their concealers have SPF in them!  YAY for preventing skin cancer.  That being said, I got my hands on their new line and it is FAB-U-LOUS!  Here is how to contour with their products: 

How To Contour with Physicians Formula by Atlanta blogger Happily Hughes

How To Contour with Physicians Formula by Atlanta blogger Happily Hughes

How To Contour with Physicians Formula by Atlanta blogger Happily Hughes

  1. I start my process with a clean face and moisturizer.  I then apply the Nude Wear Touch of Glow Foundation.  It has a touch of glimmer in it so there’s no need to apply a primer!  
  2. Next is the Bronze Booster Highlight and Contour Palette.  I prefer the Shimmering Strobing Palette as I am a shimmer addict, but the Matte is also great!  As you can see above, I used the dark contour under my cheekbones, along my jaw line, down my nose, and in a sideways 3 on my forehead.  I then blend with a blending sponge.  
  3. I apply the middle bronze to my cheekbones and around the perimeter of my face to further contour.  I then use the highlighter on the tops of my cheekbones, at the tip of my nose, and under my eyebrows.  I top it off with a little Butter Blush on the apple of my cheeks.
  4. For the finishing touch, I contour my eyelids with the #Insta-Ready Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palette.  I use the golden shimmer on the middle of my eyelids, then I blur the dark bronze on the outside corner of my lid.  I throw on some liner, mascara, and lipstick and I’m ready to party! 

How To Contour with Physicians Formula by Atlanta blogger Happily Hughes

Let me know what other makeup questions you have and I’m happy to answer them!

How To Contour with Physicians Formula by Atlanta blogger Happily Hughes

 

 

13 thoughts on “How To Contour with Physicians Formula

  1. Pam

    Thanks so much for this! I haven’t even attempted to contour because I honestly don’t have the time in the morning, but this is definitely helpful!!!

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  2. Stephanie

    This is a great tutorial. I’ve never known how to do any kind of contouring. My makeup knowledge is actually very limited and this was easy to follow.

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  3. Olivia Stacey

    Beautiful! I love how natural this palette looks, yet it does contour and define your face. I’m a fan of Physician’s Formula as well, but haven’t tried this product yet. Thanks for sharing it with us : )

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  4. maria

    You are #gorgadorbs. Thank you for the really simple contour breakdown! When I contour I usually just do my face and leave my nose cause I’m not sure how it do it properly, but you make it look very simple. I haven’t used the physician’s formula cosmetic brand before but I think I just might pick a couple of items up based on your recommendations, everything looks really great!

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  5. Carol Cassara

    It’s been so lone since I last put on a full make up! I think it’s really awesome that you found a brand that’s reliable and easy to use especially since contour is confusing sometimes.

    Reply

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