"Stick to neutral tones of blush. No strong pinks! Instead of swirling blush on the apples of your cheeks, do the entire cheekbone, blended softly into the hairline. This will emphasize your bone structure," advises makeup artist Sandy Linter. Round circles of pink blush could pronounce rounded features, while a more blended application like Taylor Swift's blush effect, creates more depth. Also, apply a light dusting of powder to cut down on shine and avoid using shimmer on the face. The more light that is reflected from your skin, the bigger your face will appear. Try on Taylor Swift's hairstyles in the Makeover Studio!