BLUSH: 6 TIPS to make the good choice

BLUSH: 6 TIPS to make the good choice

 Blush: for dry skin and fat



Tip number 1: for oily skin


BLUSH: 6 TIPS to make the good choice
BLUSH: 6 TIPS to make the good choice


Blush textures are numerous, so you need to choose one that is suitable to your skin type. Oily skin will do well in a traditional powder. This type of skin should favor mineral blush or compact for a long lasting and matte finish. Avoid cream blush that doesn’t fix well. A pearly effect brings a healthy glow. But beware: some powders have particle thick and glistening lacking natural. It therefore seeks a fine powder and preferably free. This also facilitates the application and reduces the risk of using too much.


After the foundation and powder, smile and apply blush with a big soft brush in a circular motion on the apples of cheeks stretching towards the temples. To better control the intensity, repeat this action several times so slight to achieve the desired effect.

Tip number 2: blush for dry skin



Dry, mixed and mature may well enjoy a cream blush or gel. It provides a quick hydration and more natural than blush powders. This silky blush applies without excess and gives you a bright natural effect.


For cream blush, the application can be complex because it is difficult to be determined. Latter applies after foundation and before powder. Apply it lightly with a sponge or finger on the apples of cheeks. Blush gel, it applies bounced on the cheekbones in a circular motion with the finger.


Blush: not any color 


Tip number 3: We match the complexion with blush


BLUSH: 6 TIPS to make the good choice
BLUSH: 6 TIPS to make the good choice

The color range is extensive. But we do not choose blush like a nail! It must rhyme complexion of the blush with the natural skin tone. Clear skins use a pink blush. But for sensitive skin who tend to flush easily, avoid shades of pink which will accentuate the redness. Prefer peach or beige tones.


The blush oranges or plums (for effect less classical) suitable for dark skins. Tanned skin, they can use a coral color instead of bronzer to enhance a golden complexion.


If we hesitate, we opt for apricot: the universal color. Ideally, light skin should use a beige color, but others may dare a shade stronger orange base. And if you put lipstick; It is well to match the color of your lipstick, but without choosing the same color.

Tip number 4: avoids clown effect



You have makeup in your room, but outside, daylight makes you a big red circle on each cheek! Ouch! We must choose the vanity area. In the absence of natural light, a white light placed behind the mirror. Lights tinted or too low are useless: they prevent us from seeing the true rendering. And make-up without load! Do not forget also that the application of blush is made with respect to the morphology of the face.

Blush: Application


Tip number 5: avoid a dull complexion with bronzer



The bronzer gives a tan may be too dark especially in winter. And matte formulas give the look too dull. But choose one that suits your skin tone and there also will be gradually having a light hand.


Tip number six: pamper cheeks

BLUSH: 6 TIPS to make the good choice
BLUSH: 6 TIPS to make the good choice


A scrub on the cheeks is welcome, but we go softly because cheeks are indeed more sensitive than the T zone (forehead, nose, chin). Mild exfoliation 1 to 2 times per week removes dead cells that give dullness.


A simple recipe to make your own: Mix 2 tablespoons vegetable of oil sweet almond (or olive oil) in 2 tablespoons of oatmeal. Apply the mixture on your face, massage gently and rinse with warm water. The fine grain oatmeal remove dead skin cells without irritating the skin, vegetable oil massage facilitates and provides moisturizing benefits. Finish with a moisturizer, essential during the winter months, when the cold tends to attack and dries the skin.


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