ROUND shape - BLUSHER on cheekbone to warm the complexion. Soft Blusher is place along the outside of face area just below cheekbone area. This gives a face a slender look (marked xxxx's)HIGHLIGHTER is used between eye and blush area and along hairline for extra height and maybe use a tiny bit on top of chin.(marked with /////)
Apply BLUSHER to warm the complexion. It reaches from top to bottom of ear at side of face and in along bone structure (which you can see when you smile slightly). Do not apply blush closer towards nose than halfway between ear and nose.
HIGHLIGHTER can be applied very lightly between eye and blusher to give an almost invisible sheen. It accents and highlights both eyes and cheekbones. (Use a softer blush shade here) on drawing the stroke type lines are highlighter, and the larger area is blush.
DIAMOND shape. BLUSHER is used in small area close to the hairline about the cheekbone line, to reduce width across the face and "just a touch" on top of the chin.Use a Softer blush colour in the area where crosses (xxx) are in front of ear area. Blend well with a good blush brush.
HIGHLIGHTER (shown by ////) use just a touch up near the forehead hairline and on either side of the chin area. If you dont have a highligher (a creamy eye shadow colour), then use a lighter foundation in that area.
HEART SHAPE -- BLUSHER is used to minimise the width across the top half of the face, as necessary. Sometimes it may only be needed on the edge of the cheekbone near the ear. (the clear area on drawing). Use a Softer blush colour near ear up past eyebrow as shown on drawing by xxx's.HIGHLIGHTER is used just above blush and down on sides of jaw (marked with /////) to
increase width across the lower jawline and between eye and blush.