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BETTER BLUSHING: 'How To' Tips for
#1: A good rule to follow
for most makeup purposes:
CLINGS BEST TO POWDER….so for long-lasting
blush results, brush a bit of translucent face powder
(or a powder foundation) on cheeks before applying
your powder blush.
#2: Touch your brush tip
lightly onto your
highly-pigmented powder blush product,
then tap to remove any excess powder - this will help
you control the amount of color going onto your skin.
#3: Apply sparingly to
cheeks - it’s much easier to add more color a little
at a time, than trying to clean up after using too
#4: If you accidentally
apply too much, simply tone down the color with any
translucent skin-toned loose powder - don’t try to use
your fingers or hands to rub off the blush (the
natural oils on your fingers will only make a dark,
uneven mess on your cheeks and nobody wants that!).
#5: And now, the most often asked question:
WHERE DO APPLY MY BLUSH? Look straight
into your mirror and give a big smile. On your cheek,
align your blush brush with the outer edge of the iris
of your eye and no lower than the tip of the nose. You
are locating the fullest (the ‘apple’) part of the
cheek. Starting there begin a sweep of blush color,
softly applying the color back toward the mid-to-upper
ear area (this is the area slightly underneath your
cheekbone). For most natural results, place the most
concentrated amount of blush color on the fullest part
of the cheek. The drawing below will help.
OTHER BLUSH HINTS for
use similar tones when selecting blush and lip colors
(for example, avoid using a pink blush with a coral
without a tan, all year long you can create a pretty
glow with your makeup - it’s easy!
Select a highly-pigmented Powder Blush or Blush Glow
product in a pretty coral or pink, sweep it across
cheekbones; then sweep a very small amount in the
crease of your eyelid. Add shine to your lips with a
matching coral or pink lip gloss, brush on black
mascara and you’ve got a natural, glowing look!
select highly-pigmented makeup
colors. Makeup colors that look best
for photography and runway are usually
highly-pigmented, meaning they contain
strong color pigments and are
sheer. A highly-pigmented makeup
color product will allow the user to apply a small
amount to achieve a bit of color or it can provide
darker, dramatic color when applied more heavily.
This allows flexibility for the user to achieve her
preferred look. Also, the strong color pigment in
highly-pigmented makeup colors will
against the harsh lighting from cameras and stage
lights (no washed-out, ghostly makeup
looks) and is longer lasting.
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