Bold Blush is having a major moment in 2018. High time too! We are tired of a heavily contoured face and even more so of the umpteen Youtube tutorials on how to achieve an envy inducing jawline. Blush is a refreshing change. A pop of it on the apples of your cheek and you look more alive than you feel. But there's more to picking the right blush than hitting the buy button on an eye-catching swatch of pink.
Before you add one to your beauty counter consider the texture of the product you're buying. If you have oily skin you'd definitely be better off with a powder product but if dry skin is your problem area a creme blush ought to do the trick for you.
For fair skin tones the best way to choose a blush for indian skin is to opt for a colour that's one or two shades darker than your lip colour with purple or blue undertones. our MUAs reccomend dabbing the colour lightly on the cheeks. Don't apply too much of the makeup products at one go because you might just end up looking like you belong in a theater group. Build the intensity as desired.
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This skin type can opt for a rich pink, warm mauve or deep peach for that vibrant flush of colour on the cheeks. Go easy on the application if you want to more drama around your lips or eyes. To make sure hit the sweet spot, smile and see where your cheekbones pop. Apply blush there for a 'straight out of the yoga class' look, without breaking a sweat.
Colours that pop out in the packaging are ideal for dark skin tones. Think bright pinks, reds, oranges, fucshia instead of a soft pink. Brush the colours in circular motion over your cheeks. For more definition, sweep the colour towards your ears.
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