Trick Tuesday: HOW TO PUT ON BLUSH
By Contributor: Mahima
So you must be thinking that why am I doing a tutorial on blush as it extremely easy to put it on and look like a Barbie. BUT NO my ladies, blush has a way broader concept than just dusting the color on to your cheeks, trust me the way you apply your blush can change the way your face looks. So there are a bunch of formulas of blushes available in the market- creams, liquid, powder. And further these are divided into matte, semi matte, satin, sheer tone, frost and etc. Here are few things that you need to keep in mind:
Choose blush according to your skin :If you are a mature lady, who has a bit of uneven skin of wrinkles than you should definitely go for ‘matte’ blushes as shimmer will accentuate the wrinkles on your skin.
Choose blush according to your skin tone: so here’s something we often ignore, we see a color and we get it regardless of the fact that it might not compliment our skin tone that well. If you are a lady who dark in complexion than ‘pale pinks’ like pink swoon by mac will not look that great on you, you should go for blushes with more reddish tones like dolly mix by mac. similarly if you are a fair lady then blushes with soft undertones will look best on you as blushes with red undertones might turn you into a clown and if you are medium skin tone lady then pretty much anything will work.
Choose blush according to your undertones: so you need to see if you have a worm or cool undertone and then choose blush accordingly.
Now lets move on to the application:
Apply your blush according to your face shape. Look at the face chart, it clearly shows you that at which part your blush should go so that it look absolutely stunning on your face shape.
TIP: for almost all face shapes, drag your blush towards your temples you lift your face up. Don’t know how? Watch me do that!
So this part doesn’t required too many steps it just one step to perfection.
Step: Start of with taking your blush with a stippling brush(for sheer application)/paddle blush brush(for heavy application) and start from the apples of your cheeks and take it all the way upto your temples, you can also do this other way around which is, start from the temples and bring it to your cheeks.
If you’ll start from the apples of your cheek then you’ll get more concentration on your cheeks but if you’ll do the other way then you’ll get that ‘kim k’,’ jlo’ look. And you can also put a little bit on your nose, chin and forehead for an overall healthy look :D
BLUSH USED: Mac fleur power.
SO that’s all I hope this will help you put and will enable you to do it like proo ;)
AND do check out the tutorial for contouring and highlighting that you see in this FOTD if you haven’t checked it out yet.