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Beauty News: The Cheeky Girls.

Byline: Yve Lyons

Nicole Kidman and Dannii Minogue are just a couple of the celebrity fans of Bourjois Blusher and this wonderbrandOs classic rosy pink shade, Cendre de Rose Brune, pounds 6.25, is now 100 years old. The celebrity make- up artist for Bourjois, Daniel Sandler, gives us his top blush tips to suit all face shapes...

Round face, like Emma Bunton: Avoid enhancing the apples (centre) of your cheeks. Instead, sculpt cheekbones by applying in small circular motions, working down the cheekbone.

Square jaw, like Rene Zellweger: Apply blusher to your cheek apples in gentle small circular motions and avoid dragging the blusher out too far, which will pull your face wider.

Long face, like Natasha Bedingfield: Apply blusher to the cheek apples in circular motions to create a rosy-cheeked effect. Avoid sculpting cheeks as this will elongate your face.

Oval face, like Kate Moss: Your face shape is perfect, so any way works. But if you donOt have razor-sharp cheekbones, contour your face. Suck in cheeks and apply right beneath cheekbones.

Heart-shaped, like Charlotte Church: ItOs best to balance out your face shape by applying the blusher to the cheek hollows, which is the area just below your cheekbones themselves.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The People (London, England)
Date:May 1, 2005
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