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.

If you thought that winter was the time for your cheeks to stand out – what with that flushed, rosy just-in-from-the-cold look that dominated so much of our appearance last season – get ready for the warm, natural glow that springtime is sure to bestow upon them.

If you’ve been keeping up any makeup routine at all, you probably know by now that most of us look better with just a touch of blush on our cheeks, no matter how youthful or natural our looks.

While it’s true that we’re all probably sick of winter, there’s no other season that gives you that naturally pretty flushed look. In fact, bringing out the natural blush on your cheeks is the best way to ride out what’s left of the season, and there are certain types of products that work best given the climate.

Finding the perfect shade of concealer or foundation can be easy – you simply take home the formula that most closely matches your skin color. Selecting the right blush, however, can be much trickier. After all, with the seemingly endless hues available, how are you to know which tone looks best?

While many of Hollywood’s most glamorous women are naturally beautiful, they also have teams of stylists that know every trick to ensure that the ladies appear their best. Luckily for those of us who don’t walk the red carpet regularly, some of the biggest industry experts recently shared their tips for looking fantastic.

When the temperatures start dropping, many women transition from the warm colors of summer to the cooler tones often associated with winter. Silver-flecked navys, purples and blue-toned reds are popular when the snow starts falling, but what about women who prefer yellows and oranges?

The winter can lead to a change in your complexion. And while dull skin is often treated with moisturizers and lotions, women looking for a quick pick-me-up can use a highlighter for an easy fix.

Don’t let January’s dry, frigid climes turn you into Old Man Winter. For a youthful, radiant glow that beats the odds this season, ladies will find that a simple change in their blush routine can turn the heat way up without adding any expense to their monthly bills.

While 2010 was filled with a plethora of red carpet looks that left many speechless, people were also captivated by dramatic makeup on movie screens around the country.One of the most remarkable appearances was Natalie Portman in Black Swan.