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BLUSH A LITTLE BOLDER WITH THIS GLOWING SS19 TREND

LIT Satin Matte Lipstick in Gossip Girl for an all-over flush of colour.

Models at the Anna Sui and Alberto Zambelli runway shows flaunted a red-hued blush blended from the cheeks to the temples. It’s like an ode to the eighties. Striking bold blush shades are in, but it can be kept wearable by adding a sheer pop of colour on the apples of the cheeks and sweeping it towards the temples lightly.

Now is the time to revise everything you thought you knew about blusher – and that means going bolder than ever before. The Chisel It Show Stopper palette has this wonderful coral blush that will give you that perfect peaches and cream complexion for the summer.

Too much? To go subtler, work your blush across the cheekbones, pulling it further up, towards the temple and over the eyelids if you like. Working with the same colour tone for cheeks, lips, and eyes is the trend to look out for this spring-summer season. Match it with a lip stain for a rose-kissed look. 

Photo Credit: Imaxtree

Read more:
Draping is the new contouring
Picking the right blush
How to use the blush, bronzer & highlighter


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BLUSH A LITTLE BOLDER WITH THIS GLOWING SS19 TREND

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We have been seeing a lot of focus on the eyes and lips on runways across New York, London, Milan, and Paris. Spring Summer 2019 predicts the return of the blush in a big way. This spring get ready to keep the focus on your cheeks with bold blush colour, worn with fierce confidence.

You might want to swap your highlighting and contouring with the blush draping technique for the summer. Pair your vibrant cheeks with a rosy lipstick like the LIT Satin Matte Lipstick in Gossip Girl for an all-over flush of colour.

Models at the Anna Sui and Alberto Zambelli runway shows flaunted a red-hued blush blended from the cheeks to the temples. It’s like an ode to the eighties. Striking bold blush shades are in, but it can be kept wearable by adding a sheer pop of colour on the apples of the cheeks and sweeping it towards the temples lightly.

Now is the time to revise everything you thought you knew about blusher – and that means going bolder than ever before. The Chisel It Show Stopper palette has this wonderful coral blush that will give you that perfect peaches and cream complexion for the summer.

Too much? To go subtler, work your blush across the cheekbones, pulling it further up, towards the temple and over the eyelids if you like. Working with the same colour tone for cheeks, lips, and eyes is the trend to look out for this spring-summer season. Match it with a lip stain for a rose-kissed look. 

Photo Credit: Imaxtree

Read more:
Draping is the new contouring
Picking the right blush
How to use the blush, bronzer & highlighter


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