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Contouring has met its match! The latest type of chiseling is created with large brush strokes of blush and more blush. Blush draping replaces the traditional contouring and highlighting trend of the 80’s. It is now making a comeback, this spring, in the form of blush to enhance cheekbones, brow bones, and eyes.
Not much is needed to recreate this look. one shade of blush or eyeshadow in hues of pink or coral will do. Keep in mind that the cheek is overly exaggerated and is the center of attention with a bit of the same shade swept across the eyelid and over the temples. This trend will give you a reason to blush!
This technique and many more will be demonstrated at our makeup party next week!