Our Favourite Supermodel Makeup Trick

We always think of supermodel Daria Werbowy when we try to use bronzer instead of blush—probably because it makes us long for razor-sharp cheekbones. But it turns out, we’re not the only ones. “Think Daria on her sailing boat after a week at sea,” says makeup artist Hannah Murray. “Using bronzing powder as blush on tanned skin gives that beautiful, dusty, wind-burnt effect.”

An expertly bronzed Sasha Pivovarova stars in Vogue’s Mikael Jansson-lensed editorial this month and we asked Murray for the scoop. The makeup artist gave the model a full body tan with St. Tropez Tanning Mousse ($32). “Her face needed to be a few shades darker, so I applied a mix of Make Up For Ever’s Face & Body Liquid Makeup ($40) and St. Tropez Bronzing Gel ($35) all over,” says Murray. “Then I used ruddy browns on her cheeks and temples, and a little on the bridge of the nose. Topshop’s Bronzing Powder ($18) in Mohawk, swept under the cheekbones, finished off the skin.”

Murray swears you don’t need Pivovarova’s cheekbones to make this work. Read her tips, above!