Welcome to my strobing tutorial! I wanted to do an overview of how to strobe (aka how to highlight to the extreme) because it’s such a beautiful and easy way to add definition to the face without contouring. Strobing alone will not give you chiseled features, but focusing the light to areas that you want to accentuate (aka highlight) will help add definition to the face by focusing the attention on the highlighted (strobed) areas.
By layering different products, you can build up the highlight to be as natural or as intense as you like it! For some of you, this may mean stopping at the first layer fr a more natural glow. If you like it even more intense than I do, you might add a second layer of cream highlight (maybe using High Beam or a Shimmering Skin Perfector Liquid!) before moving on to the powder products. However you like to strobe, I hope this video helps you master the technique!
— PRODUCTS USED —
MUFE Ultra HD Foundation stick (shade 123): http://www.sephora.com/ultra-hd-invisible-cover-stick-foundation-P398775?skuId=1713155
Tarte Creaseless Maracuja Concealer (shade medium light): http://www.sephora.com/maracuja-creaseless-concealer-P312114?skuId=1486711
Urban Decay Naked Concealer (shade light neutral): http://www.sephora.com/naked-skin-weightless-complete-coverage-concealer-P392854?skuId=1678903
Benefit Watts Up: http://www.sephora.com/watt-s-up-cream-to-powder-highlighter-P295206
The Balm Cindy Lou Manizer: https://www.birchbox.com/shop/the-balm-cindy-lou-manizer
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector (champagne pop): http://www.sephora.com/becca-x-jaclyn-hill-shimmering-skin-perfector-pressed-P398805