Step-by-step with multisticks

From dewy blushes to bronzed tones and shimmering highlighters. Multisticks has undoubtedly earned it's place as must-have companions in every beauty lover's toolkit. But what exactly is a multistick and how does it fit into your beauty routine? This step-by-step guide will help you understand how to use them and pick the right shade.

Step 1 - the Contour stick

After applying your favorite foundation on bare skin, apply The Contour Stick to sculpt and bronze. Blend with fingers, sponge or brush.

 

What is the difference between contour and bronzing?

The placement and choice of shade depend on the end result you’re hoping to achieve.

  • Contour: If you want to sculpt and add depth – pick a cool-toned shade. Apply to the areas of your face you want to define such as the hollows of your cheeks, jawline, and sides of your nose.
  • Bronzing: If you’re going more for sun-kissed touch, opt for a warm tone. Apply to areas where the sun would normally hit your face; cheekbones, forehead and the tip of your nose.

Step 2 - Blush

With just a few swipes and a gentle blend, this multitasker creates a natural, dewy and lived-in color to your complexion. For a fresh, flushed look -  apply directly onto the apples of cheeks, or higher on your cheekbones for a lifted look. Blend out toward the hairline with brush, fingers or sponge. You can also dab the blush onto lips or lids for a soft, stain-like finish.

Step 3 - Glow

To use the cream highlighter, swipe it directly onto your skin where you want to luminosity, like your cheekbones or nose bridge. Or warm it on your hand first, then apply with fingers or a brush. Blend by tapping around the edges until smooth. Apply cream highlighter after foundation. Avoid putting powder on top to keep the dewy finish.