How To Contour And Hide A Double Chin

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Whether chubby or not, a lot of people have a little pouch under their chin, popularly known as the ‘Double Chin’. As a part of defining your face shape and contouring your jawline, you can also hide a double chin with makeup. Pallavi Symons shows us how to use a concealer and a matte bronzing powder to define your jawline and make any sign of a double chin less pronounced. Just contouring your jawline can do so much to add to your facial features, it’s quite amazing. It’s a great aspect to add to your makeup look every now and then. Watch the video and tell us what you think in the comment’s section below. Log on to www.glamrs.com for more makeup, beauty, style and fitness videos.

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28 comments

  1. 4th Avenue Cosmetics 26 July, 2020 at 22:32 Reply

    Nice video Pallavi! Very informative I’m still perfecting my contouring skills!!! Thanks! This was helpful 4thavenuecosmetics.com

  2. Parna Mukherjee 26 July, 2020 at 22:32 Reply

    Hi Pallavi, Thanks the video. Can you please share what makeup brushes did you use for contouring, blending etc?

  3. Nati Whatever 26 July, 2020 at 22:32 Reply

    That… was actually very helpful and didn't take 20 minutes to watch. Straight to the point, step by step. Thank you.

  4. sara malik 26 July, 2020 at 22:32 Reply

    Woman! You already blessed with an amazing jawline and if not a very sculpted face, y not try it on a model with a real situation down there.

  5. BeccaRaptor94 26 July, 2020 at 22:32 Reply

    I really want to do this, but I'm always worried it will look like I have a beard. Does that happen for anyone?

  6. 『 M 』 26 July, 2020 at 22:32 Reply

    Everyone who's complaining about the lack of double chin might want to take 2 seconds and think that it's not always about you there are so many contouring videos, spend that time finding one that suits you. I have a mild double chin like her and this is exactly what I wanted.

  7. A Rathernotsay 26 July, 2020 at 22:32 Reply

    Thank you! I already use this trick under my cheek bone and along my nose- just never had the double chin issue before now. I use my fingers to apply the lines & shadowing for all contouring, then blend with my opposite hand. Helps it not be as noticeable. Little goes a long way and I agree about 1 or 2 shades darker than skintone. I am correcting the chin issue with exercise and diet, but it is somewhat genetic and I need to disguise it in the meantime for family pictures. I have a "cold skin tone", and cant do warm colors. Also ladies, if you do it on the dip of your cheeks but highlight with a brighter shadow above (on the cheekbone), before you do blush then it definitely helps you look young/glowing/healthy skin. Always blend. I grew up with the minimalist makeup "look", so i always look like I have way less makeup on than I actually do. Bring out your best features. And I only do makeup for special occasions 😁😉

  8. Patrakar 26 July, 2020 at 22:32 Reply

    Pallavi's videos are generally extremely evaluative but here you would have used a healthy model or actually someone who has a double chin. You have a chiseled jawline so no point.

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