Super Easy Sunscreen Contouring Tutorial

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5 Minutes

Hi everyone. Today, I’m going to show you how I do my sunscreen contouring. Let’s get started.

Tools and materials:

  • Sunscreen

Applying sunscreen to the nose

1. Apply sunscreen to your nose

So start by taking a small amount of sunscreen and applying it in a line down the center of your nose.

Don’t apply too much, or you’ll end up with an extremely prominent line if you get super tanned.

I like to add a tiny dot of sunscreen to the tip of my nose then blend it in with another finger to get a nice, natural finish. 

Applying sunscreen to the nose

Next, I’m adding sunscreen to the sides of my nose.

These shadows can make your nose appear wider so, over time, applying sunscreen here will make my nose look as though it’s been pulled inwards.

Applying sunscreen under eyes

2. Apply sunscreen under your eyes

Next, I like to go under my eyes. I’m applying sunscreen to my dark circles only, not onto the skin beneath them. 

Applying sunscreen to chin

3. Apply sunscreen to chin and forehead

I also like to apply sunscreen onto my chin and my forehead. 

Applying sunscreen to forehead

This step is very specific to my face space so make sure you’re doing it with your own face shape in mind and how you usually contour.

Applying sunscreen to upper lip

4. Apply sunscreen to upper lip

I also like to do my upper lip to reduce darkness here.

Sunscreen contouring

Sunscreen contouring

If you try out this sunscreen contouring hack, let me know how you get on in the comments down below. Remember to blend everything in well!  

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 1 comment
  • Terri Terri on Mar 04, 2023

    Are you using a tinted sunscreen?

    Not quite understanding...Do you put foundation on 1st?