Forget everything you've seen and heard about wearing "too much blush." There's no such thing. Or at least, that's what makeup artist Netta Szekely wants us to believe.
A few days ago, the Israeli artist posted a look she did for a fashion show. It was a simple Boomerang of her swiping hot pink blush over a model's cheekbone. While that might sound like nothing out of the ordinary, you have to see her actual post to understand what we mean:
Netta used a ton of blush for this look, forgoing the "use blush sparingly" rule entirely. It's basically the blush draping trend reborn, except here, the makeup artist combined the '70s technique with the ever-so-popular strobing look.
While Netta received a few negative comments for this look being too intense to wear, some netizens also praised her for it. "You either #love it with passion or hate it with passion," says the artist. "Needless to say, I'm #inlove with it. For those who share the love, here are some more images from the show. In your faces, haters!"
And in case you love the look, too, here's how you can recreate it!
What do you think of this take on the rosy cheek?