Elegant in structure, the high cheekbones, strong jawline and raised forehead of the long square face shape demands attention with its natural poise. Even better, all of those deep angles are ripe for accentuation. “Because square shaped faces scream sexy, chiseled woman, I say bring on the contour, baby!” says New York makeup artist Nicole Bryl.QUIZ: What’s Your Face Shape?Face:Contour got a bad rap in the 1980s due to its unnatural, orange-tinged hue, but today’s products make a subtle contrast possible with just a flick of the wrist. Your safest bet is a matte shade that is a couple shades deeper than your natural tone, with absolutely no shimmer. You may have more luck seeking an easy-to-blend face powder, instead of a product specifically marked as bronzer. Sweep the contour under cheekbones, along the jawline and perimeter of the forehead to create an authentic-looking shadow that shows off your bone structure.Eyes:Blending taupe and bisque shadows into circular shapes around your lids will open and brighten eyes by providing contrast against the steep angles of your face. Look for a round-tipped makeup brush to blend the shadow, and be sure to blur all applied color into a soft focus with no sharp edges. MORE: The Best Sunglasses for Your Face ShapeLips:Long square shape celebrities like Megan Fox use this trick on the red carpet all the time for a more luscious pout; simply concentrate the intensity of color at the center of the lips in a circular application, and then blend lightly outwards for a stunning smacker.Brows:Nothing lifts a long square shape quite like an arched brow, so be sure to keep your pair trimmed and gently shaped. To keep brow hairs lifted, brush upwards with clear mascara or brow gel to further enhance your face’s deep angles, and fill in if necessary with a soft powder one shade lighter than your natural hair color. You may find that satin-finish eyeshadows do the trick best.MORE: Celebrities with Square Face Shapes