Blush colors are of three undertones:
They generally come in three forms:
b. Cream (Balm)
To get a matte finish with the blush a matte blush (one without a shimmer is used) is used whereas to give dewy finish a blush with shine is used.
Use blush brush (angular brush) to apply the blush, taking some blush on the brush.
ii. Now tap off excess off.
iii. Apply blush on cheeks in a circular motion.
iv. While applying keep a three fingure distance from your lips or nose.
v. Apply a slanting blush from the top of your ears directing it towards your lips to show your face thinner, the more you slant, the more thinner your face looks. Whereas applying a blush from the top of your ear to the centre of the nose to shows your face healthier.
vi. Now apply whatever is left on the brush on your nose, forehead and chin.
APPLICATION WITH RESPECT TO FACE SHAPE:
To give a cute winter look blush can be applied on the apples of cheeks and on top of the nose.
b. Applying blush just on the apple of your cheeks leaving your face completely washed out.
c. Applying blush just on your cheek bone leaving your face complexly washed out.
d. Applying blush on your cheek bone and taking it on to the temples such that a C is formed with the blush.
e. This is a glamorous look, applying blush on your cheek bone and taking it high to the lower lash line and connecting it with your eye makeup.
– Apply a layer of powder once done with contouring and blush to give a natural look.
– Start by applying less and blending it, you can increase the quantity as you blend the first layer. Incase you have increased the quantity of blush or contour then required, apply a layer of foundation powder on it to decrease it or you can also take a clean brush and sweep over the extra part.