Rosy Cheeks w/ Romero Jennings for M·A·C
Rosy cheeks on Saint International model Tami Williams at the Prabal Gurung Spring 2024 Ready-to-Wear show.

Okay, so pink blush isn't exactly groundbreaking. Until, that is, veteran make-up artist Romero Jennings applies his brushes!

And the Rock-born M·A·C alum certainly put pink in the spotlight at London Fashion Week (LFW), sweeping M·A·C's Extra Dimension Blush in Rosy Cheeks in the obvious and not so obvious places of models on the Kim Shui and Prabal Gurung Spring 2024 runway.

In an interview with Essence, Jennings said, "Beauty is about expression... It's over-the-top. I love combining my Jamaican heritage with the designer's vision. Jamaica is very colourful and playful. And I love making it feel personal."

And how exactly do you put a forever fave like pink blush in the spotlight? Apply it with bold strokes, and way past the apples of your cheeks. For the looks, Jennings blended Rosy Cheeks — a midtone muted blue fuchsia — along the cheekbones and around the eyes in a C-shape for dramatic effect.

In a world of "no make-up" make-up looks, bright pink cheeks are a sure-fire way to standout, and looks good both in person and in photographs.

Romero Jennings | global pro editorial, beauty, fashion MUA | M·A·C

Ride-or-die M·A·C product: Prep + Prime Skin Refined Zone

Personal beauty philosophy: I believe in letting the face tell you what it needs.

It's sort of like buying a house. It's better to move in and discover what works best for the space.


Grab your pink blush at:

MAC Cosmetics

Sovereign Centre

106 Hope Road

Kingston 6

(Photo: IG/@maccosmeticsph)
M·A·C Extra Dimension Blush - Rosy Cheeks.
Jennings applies M·A·C Rosy Cheeks to model Genevieve's cheek (Photo: IG/@romerojennings)
Models backstage at the Kim Shui Spring 2024 fashion show wearing #AngelPink looks starring MAC's Glow Play Blush in Rosy Does It and Extra Dimension Blush in Rosy Cheeks. (Photo: IG/@romerojennings)
M·A·C Glow Play - Rosy Does It .
Romero Jennings at work backstage at the Prabal Gurung show (Photo: IG/@maccosmeticsph)

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