Angelic, color-kissed cheeks are the coveted complexion effect when it’s cold outside, but is there a point when flushed looks feverish? Our visual point of contention: the look at Michael Kors. Every collection, it seems the sportswear legend takes a winter flush to the extreme. His Fall 2012 show is no exception, and models flaunted dramatically dewy skin, glossy ruby lips, and a hyper-bright crimson hue that moved down past the cheekbone and on the jawline. We understand the runway intention,—the makeup team simulated the illusion of time spent in the snowy outdoors—but is the large field of cheek color something you'd ever artificially create on your own? Tell us what you think of the look and share your best blushing beauty tips below!