Though her purple lip was the center of attention, Joan Smalls’ blush was also stand-out on the red carpet.
LaLa uses a combination of highlighting and contouring to acheive a gorgeous look for the MET Gala.
Janelle’s semi-matte blush looked sophisticated and glamorous at the MET Gala.
Solange matched dress to blush at the MET Gala this month. And good for her! Peach is a shade that flatters most any skin tone. For darker skin, go brighter. Lighter skin tones look amazing in duster peach.
The gorgeous supermodel has naturally defined cheeks but she amped them up for the MET Gala with natural-looking highlighting and contours.
The actress chose vibrant pink blush for the MET Gala earlier this month.
For a natural look like Gabrielle’s, use foundation two shades darker than your skin tone to contour your face right below the cheekbones.
Tyra’s arguable the reigning blush-bronzer queen! Here she goes for a natural look with dusty pink blush.
At the USC Shoah Foundation’s 20th Anniversary Gala, Octavia Spencer expertly accentuated her cheeks with rosy blush. To copy the look swirl powder blush in a figure eight formation starting and the apple of your cheeks and go back and up toward your temples.
An all over bronze like Jada’s can be faked with a golden shimmery bronzer, like Urban Decay Baked Bronzer.
A brush of subtle apricot blush looks chic paired with cherry red matte lips.
Zoe Saldana accented her cheeks with a rosy flush. To mimic her look try Make Up For Ever HD Blush.
To get Brandy’s golden glow, sweep matte bronzer under the cheekbones and along the hairline.
Ciara was seen with a sunkissed look leaving Kim Kardashian’s bridal shower.
Mariah Carey leaves the Late Show With David Letterman with glowy skin—a peachy blush looks great on this skin tone.
Richie’s stunning cheekbones were emphasized with a swipe of peachy bronzer.