Achieving the trendy "drunk blush" look is easier than it seems. You really just have to blend your blush horizontally from one cheek to another without skipping your nose. It's the easiest way to cop that fresh, sunkissed flush without actually spending too much time under the sun.
But if you're like Pia Wurtzbach and want your version to be a little more glam, here's a slightly more technical (but still doable!) way to to do it:
Before applying blush, sculpt your cheekbones and the outer perimeters of your face with a cool-toned contour powder and some bronzer. This will add more dimension to your look and make it more photo-friendly!
TEVIANT Sculpt to Bronze in Moroccoâ£, P995, SM Megamall
Now that your bone structure is more defined, dust pink blush from one cheek to another to give your complexion that intense flush. For this look, Pia used a blush duo from Teviant called Anemone.
TEVIANT Blush to Flush in Anemoneâ£, P995, SM Megamall
Last but not the least, the glow! Makeup artist Albert Kurniawan finished this rosy look with a highlighter from his brand named Resin, which creates the prettiest glassy finish on the skin.
TEVIANT Glow to Glass in Resinâ£, P995, SM Megamall
Check out the final look below!