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cheekbone

(chēk′bōn′)

cheekbone

cheekbone

The zygomatic bone.
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On the top of the cheekbone, apply a radiance cream and finish with a light sweep of blush from the apple of the cheek out towards the cheekbone, not going too high or too low.
He will face more ops to give him cheekbones and have prosthetic ears attached.
3 Apply a stripe - yes, stripe - of matt bronzer (make-up artists rave about Guerlain Terracotta, pounds 33), just under your cheekbones.
I learned that these cheekbones grew so muscles could attach to them.
Veils and enhances the cheekbones with a luminous, pearlized shimmer.
Defender McClune suffered a triple fracture of his cheekbone in the3-2defeat to Stirling Albion but has still featured in Forfar's last three matches which the club have won.
She's got gorgeous cheekbones and that's exactly what I played up,'' Walden said.
A gracious observer of the English proprieties who at the same time did not suffer fools gladly, Travers had deep blue eyes, high cheekbones and a cap of curly dark gold hair.
Victoria Beckham's nose, TV presenter Cat Deeley's teeth, Kylie Minogue's lips, the cheekbones of Catherine Zeta Jones, the eyes of actress Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Lopez's eyebrows were chosen by 1,000 women in a poll carried out by chemists Superdrug.
The luminous complexion, unmistakable cheekbones and bedroom eyes make the face unforgettable.
Heart shaped, creamy skinned, the oval symmetry of her face was framed by a cloud of golden hair whose curly tendrils caressed sculpted cheekbones, a perfect pointed chin and a flawless forehead.