There are so many different shades of blush to choose from, but becoming a blushing beauty is easier than you think! We've put together a guide for how to choose the right blush for your skin tone. Finding the right blush product just got a lot easier.
Choosing blush can be tricky. Sometimes we choose the blush that best fits our personality, instead of our skin tone. Hear is a quick and easy chart to help you pick the best shade so you can blush like a rose.
Fair skin tones can rock any blush color they choose. Medium to deeper skin tones can use lighter shades as hilighter or eyeshadows but may look ashy if used as blush.
I hate it when people where to much blush, there was this one girl who walked by me at church and I was like "WOW".
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I blended this out with a MAC 217 brush, blending in small circles starting at the outside of the highlight shapes (this keeps most of the pigmentation in the center of the shape while essentially blending the edges).
MAIN HIGHLIGHT AREAS: (great tutorial to read especially if you have FAIR skin! she covers everything, and keeps things natural but also discloses how to go dramatic. Check it out my fair maidens
main highlight areas for perfect make up
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MAIN HIGHLIGHT AREAS: Center of forehead, center of the nose, cheekbones/apples of cheeks, cupid's bow, chin, under cheekbones. After appl...
Lipstick colors for fair skin- want to try the coral Nars one
The It Cosmetics Hello Light Creme Highlighter gives the PERFECT glow. No glitter, no shimmer, just a gorgeous lit from within glow! all things it Cosmetics! Makes every woman feel BEAUTIFUL, xoxo SRW!
Up for a makeup challenge? Take on the hottest new trend in foundation application: contouring. No need to be intimidated, this cheat sheet full of helpful tips breaks it down and shows you exactly how to apply and blend different shades.
This graphic above shows the influx of genes to Europe that brought lighter skin colour and taller body shapes, according to the new research on ancient human remains conducted by geneticists at Harvard University