A Perfect Jawline in 10 Minutes | How To Make A Visible Strong Jawline With Simple Makeup Technique
Updated: May 30, 2020
Searching the word “how-to” on Google is a good sign that your mind is ready to learn something. However, searching “how to get a better jawline” is not one of those signs. It's not a term that one searches to get a genuinely helpful tutorial, but because he or she is obsessed with it.
I wouldn’t say that trying to look better is a bad thing. Because your face is the first thing people notice about you, so it’s not surprising that as a society we’re anxious about our looks. A Research paper published by The Royal Society publishing shows that attractiveness is a very important factor in human beings. The study concluded that “Being more or less attractive has important social consequences and people do generally agree on who is and who is not attractive”.
Today, I again searched “how to get a better jawline”, as I was going through my google photos collection. I was looking at my photos chronologically and noticed that my jawline is become less defined every year, because there is extra fat in the neck and jaw area, as the muscles have begun to shrink.
While there is nothing I can do about aging or genetics, there are some things that can be done to improve the visibility of my jawline. There are some exercises that can help the jaw muscles to build up and give the jawline a more defined look.
However, today we are not going to talk about the exercises to make your jawline beautiful. Instead, we will learn how to fix your jawline in 10 minutes. While you should work on the exercises recommended by different experts, in the meantime, using makeup techniques to make a jawline more visible isn’t a bad idea.
A distinct jawline is a quality we all dream of, but naturally we weren’t all born with such distinction. Luckily, we are born in a world of makeup where contouring exists. These few simple tricks below will help you put your jaw in shape in no time.
Contouring: Angle your chin up to the maximum to see exactly where your jawline is. At a downward angle, sweep bronzer (one or two shades darker than your natural skin tone) across the jawline on either side of your chin. Contouring your cheeks will also help to give you all over the definition.
Highlighting: Right above the perimeter of the jawline, add about a two-inch line with your best highlighter. This will add a shadowed dimension to the chin, giving you the defined jawline you desire. Blend, blend, blend to make it look as natural as possible.
Focus on the neck: Even out your skin tone by lightly dusting bronzer to your neck, focusing on the sides of your neck rather than the front, and blend.