We might not all be blessed with Gisele Bundchen’s perfectly chiselled face, but that doesn’t mean we can’t fake having better bone structure than we happened to be born with. For Tommy Hilfiger’s Spring 2013 runway show during New York Fashion Week, M.A.C. makeup artist Diane Kendal did more than just highlight models’ cheekbones with blush and bronzer — she also dusted M.A.C. Taupe Shape Powder Blush under the apples on models’ faces. The contouring effect creates the illusion of more defined cheekbones. Although M.A.C. Taupe Shape Powder Blush doesn’t launch until spring 2013, we’re sure you can find a decent taupe shade in the meantime to try out this trick out!
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