Beauty How-To: Flushed Cheeks and Strong Brows at Preen

Gucci Westman created a rosy English look to accompany Preen's fall 2012 collection.

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Catherine Blair Pfander
The finished, rosy-cheeked look on the runway.
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Revlon's Global Director, Gucci Westman, created a healthy, rosy look inspired by the English countryside to accompany Preen's Fall 2012 collection. To start, models' skin was primed with minimal touches of concealer or foundation to keep skin looking natural.
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Strong brows were a key aspect of Westman's look for Preen. "The girls are outdoorsy, but still modern," Westman explained backstage. Using an angled brush, brows were filled in with the two darkest shades of Revlon's ColorStay 16H Eyeshadow Quad in "Attitude." A quick swipe with the mascara wand made brows even more defined.
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Eye makeup was applied sparingly so as not to compete with the heavy brows. Here, a makeup artist smudges Revlon's Limited Edition Highlighting Stick in "Golden" on lids and the inner-eye.
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Glowing, rosy cheeks were created by applying Revlon's PhotoReady Cream Blush in "Flushed" to the apples of the cheeks and gently blending up to the ear in a circular motion.
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A flushed lip gave the girls a rosy, just-in-from-the-cold look. Depending on the model's natural skintone, Westman gently dabbed Revlon's "Just Kissable" gloss in "Crush" or "Adore," starting inside the lip and working out to the edges.
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To keep lips from feeling too pink, artists gently applied Revlon's Super Lustrous Lipstick in "Mink" to the inner lip, giving the color a more matte, rusty look.
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The finished, rosy-cheeked look on the runway.
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