It is almost universally habitual to include lipsticks in a makeup pouch, now time to give blush more credits as when apply appropriately it makes your skin looks incredibly healthy and embellish the shape of your face.
Here are some hand by hand instructions for the blush look that not only flatter the look but can also accent the features.
Blush on the apples
This is the most common method and a safe choice for different facial shapes. It cannot be easier, simply dab the color slightly above apples of the cheeks and buff it out. This will give you a naturally fuller look.
Blush as contouring
I know you have seen this a lot of this on red carpets. Buff it on the cheekbones, juts where your contouring gliding on. This will give you a more chiseled effect by visually narrowing the width of the face.
Think about when you just had a great workout or getting bit sunburn on the slopes. Horizontally swipe it under the eyes and above the cheekbone to create a raw fresh complexion that comes from within. Easy on the color and layer it up for a more defined texture. Don’t apply too much on your temple area in case the shade makes it look sunken.
Now we have known the blush techniques, and you need the product to take the practice. What kind of blush suit me the best? You can find powder, cream and liquid blush on the market, the solid ones are easier to use and more portable.
If you have pale skin, you can pull off most blush colors. Peachy pink, coral and apricot colors are advised for warm skin. Avoid bright pink if you don’t want to accent the yellowness in the complexion. Orange tone is a safe choice. If you just came back from tropical island and your skin is adorably sun-kissed, try plum tone which blends seamlessly with the tan.