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Where Else to Apply Blush?

Where Else to Apply Blush?

I’m pretty sure that you already know by now that there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all in makeup. This is why you need to experiment with various looks and different techniques before you can come up with the best way to flatter your features. Understandably, not a lot of us have found their comfort zone yet and are constantly looking for ways to improve their makeup game.

 

With this said, let me share with you a relatively new discovery of mine. With this trick, I have been able to fake a glossy and rosy complexion without ending up being too red. So how can you achieve this? Here are the easy steps that you can follow:

 

Step 1: Depending on the shape of your face, you should have already applied blush on the apples of your cheeks or the hollows of it.

 

Step 2: After making sure that your blush is seamlessly blended into your skin, you want to turn your attentions to the high points of your face next.

 

Step 3: Make sure that you swipe a bit of the same blush powder on to the bridges of your nose and a little bit on your temples too.

 

The result should give you a nice flush that is flattering and looks natural. Allow me to explain to you why this works. Applying blush (especially a matte and natural-looking one) will help you achieve a sun-kissed look. Why? Because you will be targeting the areas that the sun will naturally hit first. Of course, these are the areas that will most likely turn a bit more red than the rest, right? Applying more color and definition to these areas will make you look more fresh and more natural.

 

As a last note, I strongly recommend that you go with a blush that is matte instead of shimmery so you don’t end up looking too shiny.

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