I'm a make-up pro – here's how to give yourself a sculpted face and high cheekbones in 10 seconds | The Sun
THANKS to the thousands of beauty influencers on social media, we’ve all learned how to do our makeup a little bit better.
But now one makeup fan has shared the ultimate hack.
Content creator @mefrga regularly shares beauty content with her 9,100 followers.
In one of her latest videos, the makeup pro shares how she uses contour to make her cheekbones look more pronounced.
In the 16-second video, the content creator can be seen putting contour at the base of her cheekbones – around three or four centimeters from each side of her mouth, or where her dimples should be.
She then blends this in with a beauty blender, to give the illusion of a shadow. This makes her cheekbones appear plumper, and her face more sculpted.
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Mefrga uses the Fenty Match Stix Matte Skinstick in the shade Mocha. This is available from multiple sellers, including Boots, and prices start from £18.40.
“Innocently filming a makeup hack to show my 67 followers on TikTok.”
Fans loved the easy hack, with the video gaining more than 80,500 likes and 1.6 million views.
In the comments, Mefrga’s fans thanked her for sharing the idea, with one writing: “Omg this is genius! Thank you!”
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Another said: “No bc this trick changed my life queen.”
Someone else commented: “YESS I swear this makes such a difference! So pretty girl.”
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@porcelain.apathy added: “And I shoved needles in my cheeks for what. WHERE WAS THIS.”
One user shared her own version of the hack, writing: “I do that to make my natural dimples more pronounced.”
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