Create the Effect of Perfect Bone Structure
Makeup artist Lauren Luke teaches you how to use bronzer, blush and highlighter in her new book Lauren Luke Looks.
By Lauren Luke
Original Content | May 18, 2010
Highlighter enhances the areas where light would naturally fall, complementing the bone structure.
Highlighter comes in many shades. Generally, a pale-apricot highlighter goes with a bronzed or peach blush, and a pink highlighter complements a pink blush. White or ivory highlighters work with both sets of color. Try them out to see which colors work best with your skin tone.
Use a Kabuki brush to apply the highlighter from the outer eyebrow bone, down along the temple, around and across the top of the cheekbone in a C motion. You can also apply highlighter from the forehead, down along the nose and onto the chin.
Find your makeup match with Lauren Luke's color guide