BLUSH HOUR: Blush returns on the temples and as far south as below the cheekbones.
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At Marc Jacobs, the ill-placed blush applied by François Nars was used to channel an eccentric mad lady who never quite gets the placement of her makeup correct.
To convey a Mongolian journey, at Oscar de la Renta, Westman created “burnt cheeks that you could really feel” by mixing two shades of lipstick.
Layers upon layers of a creamy bubble-gum hue were applied at Prada to make cheeks look slightly raw. The aggressively pinched flush popped even more against the pale skin, which McGrath achieved by using a foundation that was lighter than the model’s skin tone.
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