If you’ve ever wondered how Sabrina Carpenter’s blush always looks so flushed and flawless, you need wonder no more because her MUA just shared the exact combo of products she uses and, of course, TikTok is loving it.

As noted by creator Rose Siard (@roseandben on TikTok), Sabrina Carpenter’s makeup artist, Carolina Gonzalez, shared to her Instagram Stories a screenshot of the exact shades she used to create the singer’s blush combo for her debut appearance on SNL: the Armani Beauty Luminous Silk Cheek Tints in shades 53 Bold Pink and 62 Delicate Mauve.

Luminous Silk Cheek Tint in 53 Bold Pink

Luminous Silk Cheek Tint in 62 Delicate Mauve

Siard tested out the two shades herself on her account, first applying the lighter shade, 53, really high to the apples of her cheeks, then adding 62 lower for a more dramatic effect. “What makes Sabrina’s blush so pretty is those transitions,” Siard says, adding pink powder to set her undereye and add to the effect.

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Prior to Siard’s video and the Insta story, Gonzalez had actually already shared the entire product list she used to achieve Carpenter’s look on her Instagram, including the two liquid blush shades. The secret to the almost bronzy, reflective look on the singer’s trademark look appears to be the Luminous Silk Glow Liquid Bronzer in shade 90. Gonzalez also lists the Luminous Silk Bronzing Powder in the same shade, which was likely used to set the liquid.

Luminous Silk Glow Liquid Bronzer Drops

Luminous Silk Creamy Bronzing Powder in 90 Golden Sunrays

Aside from the two liquid cheek tints, Gonzalez added a layer of the Neo Nude Melting Color Balm in shade 61 topped off with the Luminous Silk Glow Setting Powder in shade 4 to create Carpenter’s blushed look.

Luminous Silk Glow Blush in 61 Desire

Luminous Silk Glow Setting Powder

As noted by Gonzalez, the combination of these two liquid blushes with the bronzer on top has become a go-to for Carpenter, who also rocked it to perform at Coachella. If you want to get your “that’s that me, espresso” shine on, you know which colors to get now!

This post was originally published by Allure.

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