How can I sculpt my face?

1. Over time, your face may begin to look fuller.

Ageing affects the way our faces look. The first signs of ageing or weight gain can change your face's shape and fullness: the cheeks tend to lose their volume, the skin looks less taut, lines around the nose and lips appear deeper, and the contours of the face are less defined.

2. Depending on individual genetics, some women are more prone to gaining weight in the face

Some women's faces tend to look rounder, irrespective of age. The fatty tissue around their cheeks and jaw is more dense, lending their faces a plumper look.

3. Re-balance the proportions of your face

With the right skincare routine, you can slim down the contours of your face. Choose a firming serum with a draining effect to help eliminate fatty deposits. Packed full of Guarana, Bitter Binger, and Persimmon extracts, V-Shaping Facial Lift is an excellent choice. Thanks to its formula and targeted massage technique, it helps slim down the face and boost definition.

4. Enhancing facial definition is about much more than skincare!

There are a myriad of techniques you can employ to give the illusion of a more defined, sculpted face. For example, growing your hair out can elongate your frame; applying blush on the apples of your cheeks can make cheekbones appear higher, giving a lifted effect.

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