Blush goes on your cheeks, obviously.

Chances are, you chose your moisturizer based on what type of skin you have.

Not every gal was born with to-die-for cheekbones, but if you want to fake the slimming look for yourself, it’s easy to do with the right products and technique.

Picture your favorite blush, which you’ve had for a while and simply can’t live without.

Concerned that your bright pink cheeks have you looking like you’re in clown college?

Summertime is all about tanning, but you can still get that gorgeous sunkissed look even if you don’t have time to hit the beach.

In the wintertime, your rosy cheeks come naturally when you step out into the bitter cold and expose your face to the elements.

The best beauty secrets are the ones that are passed down and kept alive through generations of gorgeous women. Jessica Alba is certainly all the wiser for heeding her grandmother’s advice, which is mostly responsible for that beautiful, healthy glow she’s always sporting.

Molly Ringwald has inspired girls since the ’80s, and now she’s back as a self-assured grown woman with plenty of wisdom in the beauty department. Ringwald recently confessed to BellaSugar.com that she now wears significantly less makeup than she did in her teenage years, but the length of time that it took for her to get to that point taught her a few neat tricks where makeup is concerned.

In the modern world, there’s no “color by numbers” guide to show you where to put your makeup. Runway models (and the likes of Lady Gaga) have all teamed up to show us that where you apply your makeup is inconsequential as long as you can maintain a creative vision.

Consider the way you look after a day in the sun – are the apples of your cheeks the only part of your face that receive a dose of healthy color? We think you know what the answer is, which is why we’re encouraging you to look skyward as you extend your blush to your temples and forehead.

Even though makeup comes in a rainbow of varieties, it may not always feel as though we have that many choices as to which features we wish to emphasize. Do up your eyes, or go for a bold lip – never both, but still, these are only two routes to choose from.