What is HAC?
In order to know how to HAC with Maskcara Makeup, you might want to know what is HAC? HAC stands for Highlight and Contour. Simple to remember right? Well, it’s also simple to do, but lets break it down.
Choosing Your Color
First things first you’ll need to choose your colors to build your HAC Palette. What your palette consists of are four colors which include the following:
Blush ( aka Lip + Cheek)
Don’t know what colors to choose? Take the color match quiz to help you start.Take the Color Match Quiz
You’ll also need the 30 Second HAC Brush to apply your Maskcara colors and a IIID Perfector Sponge to blend your colors. Now lets get to each HAC step and a little detail of each part of your HAC Compact.
Step 1: Highlight
This color should be lighter than your natural skin tone. The yellow turns creamy on the skin and gives you a “lit from within” glow! With the small end of the hac brush apply this shade to the bridge of the nose, beneath your eyes and down the side of the nose in a pie piece shape, between your brows, on the chin and along the jawline.
Step 2: Contour
This color should be deeper than your natural skin tone. It creates and accentuates the “shadows” on your face, giving dimension and a gorgeous sculpt to your face! Using the large end of the HAC brush apply the contour color round the edges of your face, down the neck, the side of your nose and beneath your cheekbones.
Step 3: Blush (aka Lip + Cheek)
This rosy tone brings out your eyes, makes the face appear more youthful and warms your complexion. Apply this with a brush, sponge or fingertip to the apples of your cheeks and to the center of your lips.
Step 4: Illuminator
Finish everything with this gorgeous shimmery cream! It gives the face a candlelit dewiness and perfects your complexion. Apply with fingertip to the top of your cheekbones, the bow of your lip and beneath the arch of your brow.
HAC Before and After