Pink on the cheeks is potentially the most natural place for the colour to go, so in the spirit of AW17 – where pink was an attitude, rather than just a colour – go big. This means blending the natural flush up and away from the apples of your cheeks, across your temples and right up to your eyelids. The trick is to build up to your happy place, so don’t pick up too much product on your brush while you’re blending.
TR Y : Clarins Illuminating Cheek Colour in Golden Pink, £27
THIS PAGE Silk scarf (worn on head), £295, HERMÈS. Cashmere jumper, £290, MILLY
OPPOSITE Velvet dress, £1,670, CHLOÉ. 18ct gold
earring (single), £1,175, TIFFANY & CO Photographs: Sascha Heintze. Hair: Lok Lau
at CLM Hair & Make-up using Oribe.
Make-up: Andrew Gallimore at CLM Hair & Make-up using NARS Cosmetics.
Manicure: Ama Quashie at CLM Hair
& Make-up using Dior Vernis Fall Look and Capture Totale Nurturing Hand Repair
Cream. Model: Poppy Okotcha at