There was a time when blushed cheeks were too pink, too gaudy, and too much. The trendlet But on today's uber-highlighted, crazily contoured, and seriously strobed cheekbones, a hint of color squarely placed on the apples of the cheek is less stark, more sophisticated.
Fourth in an occasional series documenting Dréa Baldini's transformation. When Dréa Baldini was a young boy living in a trailer park in North Carolina, he'd stand outside, extend his arms, and spin around and around, trying to re-create Diana Prince's change into Wonder Woman.
Elizabeth Wellington is the fashion columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer. She covers celebrity style, pop-culture and the burgeoning local designer scene.