1. Avoid Fading by Reapplying Blush Throughout the Day
Instead of that, layer different formulas and textures for longevity. For example, start with a cream blush and dust a layer of powder blush on top. This will work as a sort of setting powder without losing pigment!
We love the look of flushed cheeks and a bold lip! Just ensure that you use shades that compliment each other. A good rule to follow is to stay within the same spectrum of undertones. For example, if you have coral lips, choose an orange-based blush like an apricot.
3. Pick One Shade that Looks Good and Stick with It
Pick a shade that scares you and try it out! If you read the reviews for Nars blush Exhibit A most people will talk about the fear of buying such a vibrant red shade, but almost everyone loves the natural flush that this color gives. How it looks in the package won’t always be the way it looks on your skin.
4. Only Apply Blush on the Apples of Your Cheeks
When considering where to apply blush, take your face shape into consideration. Do you want to elongate your face, narrow it? A blush trend is to blend the color up on the cheek bones and blend it into the hair line.
5. Never Wear Blush and Bronzer at the Same Time
This old rule has become less popular as blush and bronzer have become a sort of hand-in-hand duo. Apply bronzer in the contours of your face such as your temples, forehead and the hollows of your cheeks. Just be sure to blend well!
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One Reply to “5 Blush Rules that You Should Break!”
“Only Apply Blush on the Apples of Your Cheeks” – I think this is the most important rule – I hope girls ever where should read this. Thank you