Where is Warmth meant to be put on the cheeks?
I've heard about a million different explanation for applying Warmth, and I'd like to hear what you all think. Where does Warmth go on the cheeks? On top for a highlight? In the middle for some extra color? In the hollows for a more sculpted cheek look?
I s'pose you'd apply Warmth in whatever fashion suits you. I know some gals use it as a blush. I've used it as an eyeshadow, myself. However, on any given day I personally use it in a "3" shape (w/ a slanted brush) starting at my forehead, sweeping down my temples to below my cheekbones (I like the contoured cheek look, personally), then on down to the chin bone (and under also to provide a shadow). Repeat in a backwards "3" on the other side of your face. I don't think there is exactly one "proper" way to apply warmth, but that's the way I've seen it done in boutiques, etc many, many times. Additionally, I have dabbed a bit on a small brush & applied it down the sides & on the tip of my nose to give it slimmer, more contoured look. This is a great trick to use but it takes a little practice. :)
While I think Warmth is a super product, I have to use it VERY sparingly (only the dust in the lid). I have fair skin w/ pink undertones, and it tends to look really dark, fake, and orange if I'm not careful. I wish BE would develop a Warmth-type product for those of is who are very fair skinned. Dare to dream?
Good luck to you!