Maleficent Star Angelina Jolie’s Makeup Artist Toni G. on How to Contour Your Cheekbones Lke the Famed Actress!

Actress Angelina Jolie is hailed as one of the most beautiful women in the world. Her new film “Maleficent” is set to hit theaters across the country on Friday, May 30th and her makeup artist Toni G. joined the NY Times to dish on how you can look your best and contour your cheekbones like the future Mrs. Brad Pitt!

 

Angelina Jolie stars in the new film "Maleficent" and her makeup artist Toni G. dished with the NY Times on how you contour your cheekbones and face so you can look your ultimate best!

Angelina Jolie stars in the new film “Maleficent” and her makeup artist Toni G. dished with the NY Times on how you contour your cheekbones and face so you can look your ultimate best! Photo credit: Frank Connor/Walt Disney Pictures. Image courtesy of NY Times

 

If you’ve ever wondered how Angelina Jolie looks her best or how you can look like a celeb, be sure to check out these excerpts from the NY Times article. Be sure to check out the NY Times for more tips from her makeup artist, Toni G. who created a line of MAC beauty and makeup products for the new film “Maleficent” including the best selling Maleficent Sculpting Powder.

 

Break it down before you begin.
“I would start out with a base, and then I would add my highlights and then I would add the contour.”

Identify and highlight the under-the-eye triangle.
“If you took a pencil from your nose to your upper cheekbone, you would just take that ‘V’ from the corner of your eye to the nose and highlight that whole area under your eye. That would help enhance your cheekbones – and with a light contour. I like to work more with highlights than doing too much contour.”

Fill in the hollows.
“For the contour, you feel where your cheekbone is, and you kind of go right under that – and don’t take it too far to your mouth. I would keep it, you know, just halfway from your ear to the midpart of your cheekbone. Just don’t take it too far down; then it becomes obvious.”

Blend the contouring color up and away.
“If you’re using a cream, you blend it out with your sponge until there’s no hard lines — and then same with the powder, except you would use a brush. From where you put it, blend it up.”

Don’t forget the eyes.
“The thing with cheekbones is – I would say the more defined your eyes are, that the focus will be taken away.”

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