Someone requested I do a contouring tutorial so I thought I'd show everyone the way I do it! I filtered the photos so the bronzer I apply to my face would be easier to see. I put together a second collage so you can visually see where to apply what. First I apply my primer, foundation, and face powder. Then I'll take my pro long wear concealer by mac and apply it under my eyes down to my cheek bones. As well as the middle of my forehead and chin. I feel like its most affective when I blend the concealer out with my finger. After I blend out my concealer I'll add "mineralized skinfinish" in "light" by mac on top of the areas I added concealer. I would recommend having the powder because it helps the concealer from creasing. On top of the powder I'll add my Mac mineralize skin finish in "soft and gentle" I put it on my cheek bones & on my nose. It helps give you more of a glowing, dewy look. After that you can already see the darker and lighter areas of my face which helps when applying bronzer. I'll then add Hoola bronzer by benefit right under my cheek bones, the sides of my forehead, and the top of my forehead. It might feel weird to put bronzer on your forehead but I promise it makes a difference for the better. Lastly I'll add a soft pink blush to the apple of my cheeks. Voilaaa! I'm not saying this is the right way to do it, but it's just the way I do it! hope it helps! xo!