blushSome women avoid using the blush on. They are afraid that they might look over done. Whereas there are some females who just decide to use too much of blush on. To avoid looking like a clown and to get that youthful healthy glow on your cheeks it is important to use the correct technique.

The first and most important thing to remember when choosing the right color of blush on is to select a color of blush that resembles the natural glow of your cheeks after exercise.

Consider having a lighter color of blush on for day use, and a darker tone for a more dramatic evening look. Keep your blush in the same color family as your lipstick, a contrasting shade will make you look clownish. Blush on’s available in both compact and cream forms. They come in three basic shades: peach, pink, or brown. Matte natural colors are best for use. Though powder blush is the easiest to handle. Cream blush is more suitable for women with dry skin because it contains oils which moisturize the skin.

The best way to apply blush on is after applying the foundation. It must be blended perfectly to make sure the edges are subtly blended in.

Blush on tends to darken with body heat, so it should be applied sparingly. For a perfect application of the blush on find a brush that is the size of the apple of your cheek. Place a small amount of blush on the brush and gently tap off any excess. Or simply place a small amount of cream on your middle finger. Look in the mirror and smile then place powder blush on the apple of your cheek and gently brush up your cheekbone towards your hairline. Dot cream blush beginning at the apple, and gently blend up the cheekbone toward the hairline. Focus your blush at the outside of your face near your hairline if you have a fuller face. For high cheekbones, concentrate blush in the center of your face to highlight your bones. Blend a little blush down your cheek for a little more natural, less dramatic look. For rosier cheeks, consider gel or liquid tints for your face.

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