How to Get Contoured Cheeks

facial fillers Brighton, MA There are a few trends that are taking over just about every beauty based YouTube channel and blog: full eyebrows and contoured cheeks. And with celebrities like Kim Kardashian launching new contouring tools and makeup kits, women everywhere are wondering how they can get a more contoured facial appearance. From makeup to injections, this article will list a few ways you can get a more contoured look. Read on to learn more.


Makeup is the easiest and fastest way to get a contoured look, but it does require you to reapply it every day. To start out, look for a contouring makeup kit— these contain not only the right brushes but the different shades that you need to give you that look. To start out, map your face with the darkest shade of foundation focusing on areas like your cheeks, chin, nose, and around your hairline. Then, take a damp beauty blender and blend it into your skin moving it inward. Next, take a highlight to line these areas— this will make the darker areas pop and will add more dimension to areas like your cheeks and forehead. To finish, try using a blending powder to blend everything.


Many people are either too intimidated by using makeup for contouring, or they simply don’t have the time. If you fall into either one of these categories, you may want to consider coming into Dr. Rick Silverman’s office to get facial fillers. By using fillers like Restylane or Juvederm, Dr. Silverman can add dimension and depth to your cheeks and chin— giving you that perfectly contoured look in the process. Lasting about one year on average, fillers will enhance your cheeks without you having to consistently have to apply and reapply makeup.

Whether you have a bodybuilding competition coming up or you just want to enhance your physical appearance, having contoured cheeks will do just the thing. To learn more about contouring or to schedule a consultation, contact Dr. Rick Silverman today!

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