Typically, those with narrower faces either have an oval or a rectangular face shape (which is sometimes called oblong).
Whether you have an oval or rectangular-shaped face, what you need to focus on the most is creating the illusion of width overall.
Using the right makeup tools makes a big difference when your face is on the narrow side. Many makeup brushes are too large to apply product accurately for a slender face.
Starting with the right base is always important, but it can be extra important if you have a narrow face and need a blank slate
Good contouring can totally transform a face. However, it can be easy to overdo it, and going too hard with the contour
Color and placement are both things to consider when choosing blush.
Highlighter placement is mega-important for narrower faces to achieve a mega-watt look.
Your eyes are one of the most expressive parts of your face, so you need to let them shine.