Know about Blush-On

In a nutshell, blush is used to add a flush of color to the cheeks, while bronzer is intended to make the skin look sun-kissed or tan. As a result, blush tends to come in variations of pink (sometimes with peach or plum undertones), where bronzer is typically brown or gold in color.

Oval: Apply blush to the tops of your cheekbones, above the hollow, to elevate the cheekbones. Round: Using a matte blush (shimmery blush can make round faces look even rounder), apply color just below the apples of the cheeks, along your cheekbones, and sweep upward toward your hairline.

Pick colors that mimic the actual flush your cheeks get. "And the darker your skin, the deeper the shade, that way it'll show up. Darker skin with blush that's too light will make you look sallow." Save shimmer-flecked powder blush for evening.

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