“Draping” Is The New Makeup Trend For Chiseled Cheekbones

Celebrating makeup artist Way Bandy’s sculpting method from the 70’s, Marc Jacobs released a new line of Air Blush Soft Glow Duos to create the “draping” effect. It focuses on using blush to “drape” the natural contours of your face. Marc Jacobs shared visuals with a how-to via Instagram.


Global Makeup Artist Gilbert Soliz created the following looks:

Lifting Glow. To achieve the look, blend both shades of #AirBlush in Lush & Libido together and apply at the high of the cheekbone. Blend additional color at the length of the cheekbone, jawline and sides of the neck.


Sculpting Glow: to achieve the look, use #AirBlush in the deeper shade of Flesh & Fantasy. Apply it just below the apples of the cheeks, low on the face to counterbalance roundness and create a visual oval. Swirl the lighter shade on top to blend away the edges.”


Balancing Glow: to achieve the look, use #AirBlush in Night Fever & Hot Stuff. Blend the two shades and sweep just below the cheekbones to contour and define the cheekbones. Drape the high of the cheekbones to gradate color. Wrap from eye to temple in a half moon shape for added drama. Drape the tip of the chin and sweep along the ceneter of the neck and décolletage to ensure overall balance.”



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