Daily Beauty Tip from InStyle Magazine!

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Blush Lips

At an event benefiting the EIF’s Women’s Cancer Research Fund in Beverly Hills, Taylor Swift wore an orange-red dress—and matching lips. To keep a bold lip shade soft the way makeup artist Lorrie Turk did for Swift, look for one in the pastel range, which means it has more white pigment added to it. Then, apply with a soft lip brush and top with plenty of translucent gloss. The effect is a subtle hum instead of a loud bang.

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Sheer Peach Cheeks

At The Edge of Darkness premiere in Hollywood, Maria Menounos was anything but drab. Bronzer isn’t the only way to brighten up your face in the winter months. A powder blush that’s more peach than pink will have a similar effect. And be sure to brush on the apples of your cheeks and the bridge of your nose. When you already have a touch of color in your skin, a salmon shade adds more contrast and light than straight bronzer.


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February 3rd, 2010 at 1:24 am

I hate it when people wear orange lipstick that’s more on the neon side. It looks horrible and really tacky. Taylor Swift’s lips just look yummy; not tacky at all.