Scarlett O'Hara famously pinched her cheeks in Gone With the Wind to give them a healthy flush, but if you're looking for something a bit more long-lasting (not to mention less painful), blush is the way to go. In recent weeks, Kate McCarthy, Glo Minerals's national makeup artist, has been sharing tips on getting blush right. From choosing the formula to employing more advanced techniques, graduate with flying colors from Blush 101 below:
- Warm or cool? Bold or subdued? Choose the right blush color for you.
- Selecting the proper formula doesn't have to be tricky: your cream or powder questions answered.
- Create the most flattering effects by applying blush according to your face shape.
- Act like a pro and put blush on your lips and eyes.
- It's settled: no, Virginia, you do not have to match your lip color to your cheeks.