Have you ever wonder why some celebrities are blessed with rosy cheeks? Or are they? Let's tell you a secret that's not a secret. Those celebrities are using makeup blush. You can apply that magic powder onto your cheeks, and you can join their ranks. Deciding which blusher is right for you isn't as easy as one might think. Many questions will pop into your head. Powder or cream? Which shade is right for me?
Rest assured by the end of this read, you'll have an actionable plan.
What is blush?
Blush are pigments applied to your cheeks, to give you a natural flush. Making your face complexion more vibrant. They come in powder, cream, or liquid blush.
How to apply blush?
First of all, you need a small to medium-sized face brush with bristles that aren’t too dense. A stipple brush is perfect.
Tap the brush into the pan, flick it to knock off any excess product. then Lightly tap on your cheek, and then blend using a soft circular motion.
Play around with the blush placement. Start applying onto the apples of your cheeks. Start the blush halfway on the apples of your cheeks, then brush it back and up toward the top of your ears. This creates nice movement and shape.
If you feel a little weird with the blush and you're not used to it. You will get used to it.
Where to apply blush?
You need to identify your face shape. There are almost 6 common face shapes. Oval face, heart-shaped, square face, round face, an oblong face, and triangle face. Each has a different application:
Oval face, sweep your blush over your cheekbones. Aim to place the blush just above the bone.
Heart-shaped face, apply blush to the outer corner of your cheekbone.
Square face, apply your blush below the cheekbone
Round face, sweep your blush from the ear down the cheekbone towards the mouth.
Oblong/long face, apply blush on cheekbones below the outer corners of the eyes and blend well.
Triangular face, blush should be applied in a sideways V on the cheekbones.
What color is blush?
Before we start talking about blush colors, you need to make a choice. Powder blush? Or cream blush?
You can use powder blush on a bare face or over your foundation. Usually applied with a brush, it can be blended out for a soft flush of color. If you're leaning more towards powder base we recommend Derma Cover Blusher 04. Derma Cover Blusher series adapts to every skin. With 4 different color options. Pink, peach, and bronze tones.
You can blend cream blush on top of your foundation and is especially good on bare skin. They have more staying power than powder and don’t need a primer to remain.
Cream blush tends to look more natural. It appears that the color is coming through the skin. It is also ideal for the winter months. Also, if you prefer cream blush Handmade Blusher - Tiffany one of our best cream blush will fit your need perfectly. Handmade Blusher - Tiffany creates a natural feel on your skin, due to its soft texture. Also, it provides a natural appearance to your cheeks and blends with your skin.
The best blush advice
Going overboard with your blush is easy to do. To make sure your blush is more on the natural side shake out the extra powder from the brush before applying it on. Don't forget to clean your blush brush at least once a month to prevent color buildup.
We gave you all our ancient secrets to master the art of blusher. Now all you have to do is pick your desired blush from our wide range of blush products