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    Hey,

    I lost a lot of weight but I have these cheeks, that are slightly round. I have a roundish face. I would consider myself slim and in good shape at size 8...

    I want more definition in my cheeks perhaps a little weight loss with help me or do you think its down to genetics?

    Im Bengali so a characteristic is having a roundish face and a prominent nose .. so I'm like this because of what I am?

    Or should I just lose a little more and see if it makes a difference..?
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    Use blusher/bronzer to give illusion of cheekbones, maybes.
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    (Original post by pink_princess1990)
    Use blusher/bronzer to give illusion of cheekbones, maybes.
    I wouldn't mind 'Blushing' my 'Bronzer' in the direction of your 'cheek bones', if you know what I'm saying, baby.
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    You've either got prominant cheek bones, or you haven't. Losing more weight (and at a size 8 already, I wouldn't recommend it) may just make you look ill/drawn.

    Looks like it's just something you'll have to accept. You can accentuate your cheekbones with contouring blusher/bronzer. But losing weight won't change your genetic make up.
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    I have this problem I wish I had prominent cheekbones, and I don't know how to contour very well either...
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    Round faces can be really sweet and nonetheless beautiful, giving character to a girl.
    Accept your face and be proud of it :lovehug:
 
 
 
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