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The trend of blush instead of contours

Contour, which aims to determine facial features and highlight the high points of the face, is emerging a new trend as we enter the daily routine of all makeup enthusiasts. Especially at Paris Fashion Week, the "draping" fashion that often makes a name for itself in various fashion shows highlights the Kate Moss style of the 90s.

How is it applied?

The important point in draping is to bring the cheeks to the forefront. Therefore, eye or lip makeup should not prevent the color on the cheeks. After an eye make-up using a satin nude lipstick and natural tones of headlights, you can get the look you want with the help of a glowing, shimmering blush.

The draping make-up style is applied in neon tones and extravagantly at the Kenzo fashion show, while Chanel Spring-Summer 2017 comes in softer and pastel tones. This blush fashion, which icons such as Gigi Hadid, Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian haven't been afraid to use lately, is perfect for warming us up with warm tones this fall/winter season!

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