Cream blush can leave a soft, glowing, dewy finish that lasts twice as long as a powder. But if you don’t know how to apply cream blush, it may seem like an unfamiliar, daunting attempt at playing beauty school. No worries, because we have all of the steps you need and tricks you’ve got to…
Everyone needs a little flush in the face to keep them from looking like a corpse in the morning. Too bad blush overkill can cause the dreaded clown-face, and unblended powder leaves cheeks looking painted. Learn how to handle your blush brush to create the right effects after the jump.
Sometimes foundation, bronzer, and blush just aren’t enough. When you want a shimmery, sculpted look for your cheeks and face, use a highlighter to add a look-at-me glow. Here’s how…
Adding a few swipes of color to your cheeks is like frosting a cupcake. It adds the sweet, tempting topping that makes an already appealing treat even more desirable. But while we can all agree on buttercream or chocolate fudge frosting, the right blush color is harder to pick.
Good blush should always compliment your skin tone, otherwise it fades away or pops like clown makeup. While the most fool proof way to pick a blush is experimenting and sampling colors, there are a few rules of thumb when it comes to buying blush for black women.
The yellow undertones of Asian skin are complimented by a narrow array of colors. When pink blush clashes with your porcelain skin and makes you look like someone bitch-slapped you with a strawberry lollipop, consult our guidelines for selecting your perfect rouge.
A makeup routine isn’t complete without a couple sweeps of blush across the cheeks. Without the flush of color, faces look washed-out and even ghostly. But for girls with olive skin, finding the right shade of blush can be a challenge.
Applying blush sans-brush sounds daunting, but it is actually a neat way to apply makeup without splurging on the tools. Check out the easy and manual way to dress up your cheeks after the jump.
Too much makeup on pale skin can leave you looking clown-faced. Then again, so can the wrong colors. Pale-faced ladies need to be careful when buying blush, unless you like that whole stage-makeup look. We’ve got the colors that work for your cheeks after the jump!