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Thursday, 7 June 2012

How to choose and apply the right color of blushers

Blush is one of those finishing touches to your makeup routine that can completely transform your look. Blush can brighten your complexion. A sweep of it on the apples of your cheek or just above your cheekbone can open up your face. Done properly, blush can make you look refreshed and alive.

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You should consider your face shape before applying blush. Because a blush can either make or break the shape of your entire look

Oval face
Let’s start with the oval face. Is said to be the ideal face. The forehead is wider than the chin.To carry a natural look, use your fingertips to locate the most prominent part of your cheekbone to apply blush and blend towards your temples to highlight your cheekbones.

Round Face
For the round face, the blush should be applied above the apples. Define it by swiping the blush at 45 degree angle from your nose. And then follow your cheekbones. This would highlight the roundness of your cheeks. To add an illusion of length apply a bit of blush to your chin and blend well. Avoid getting the blush too close to the nose.

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Square Face
Second comes to the square face. For this, swipe the blush on the apples of the cheeks in small circles and then sweep them towards the temples. This helps the eyes to look up and reduce the sharp angles of square face shape. Blend toward your temples and apply a dab to your forehead and chin to soften the square angle of the face.

Long Face
Now the last but not least is long face. For them one should create an illusion of width on the face. It could be done by swiping the blush to the apples and then stretch them towards the ears. Avoid the war-paint look.
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Blush Colors
Color selections also play an important role. Fair skin looks great in rose, olive in peach & dark skin in apricot or even red. You can also match with your lip color.

The best colors for blush to choose are those which are close to your skin tone. Following techniques will help you avoid choosing a blush that seems artificial. The perfect blush color is one that looks as natural as possible.

  1. Look to see what color your cheeks look like after you have been out in the cold or exercising at the gym
  2. Bend down and touch your toes with your fingers for two minutes and then stand back up. You may need to climb a flight of stairs if this doesn't work. Tak pun tengok lepas jogging. :-)
  3. You can also pinch your cheeks and wait for a few seconds.
  4. Another helpful way to find the right blush color for your skin tone is to match with your current lip color. If you favor pink tones for your lips, it's likely that a pink blush color will also work well on your cheeks.

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Choose the right brush to apply your blush. Throw out the freebie "Barbie-size blush" that comes with the blush. Use the professional full brush instead but don't use the same brush you use for your powder.
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How to Apply :

  1. Put the blush on your brush, tapping off any excess. Do not blow as bacteria may transferred to your brush
  2. Look into the mirror and smile. This helps you figure out where the "apple" of your cheek is.
  3. Apply the blush according to your face shapes
  4. If you've gone a bit too heavy on the powder blush a bit of loose/compact powder over it will calm it down. (use your powder brush)
  5. Finish your look with a sweep of your Silky Touch powder.

Other technique which is quite interesting -

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Ok Guys, I hope these blush basic tips will help to improve our skill and create a great look for our cheekbones. Good Luck...Happy trying.... practice makes perfect :-)

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