As with many beauty trends, draped blush has its own share of naysayers. Many claim that it should stay in the late '70s, while the biggest punch lies in denying its wearability. So today, we're here to trump the negativity around this beautiful technique. In an editorial for W Korea, Sandara Park makes this glorious stand for blush draping. The stunning colors on her cheekbones and temples say it all!
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Like the K-pop star, you can rock this resurrected '70s trend by going monochrome. Swipe the same blush you used on your cheeks over your eyeshadow for a seamless (and often cuter!) effect. And as you can see, it doesn't matter if you use pink or orange, this technique works with both. When blended perfectly, it'll look absolutely stunning on anyone. Now that's one more reason to get into this trend, stat!