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Blush Application Tips

With your make up, blush is a must-have – you cannot forget about it.              
It can light up your face and make your skin look invigorated.
The most important thing is to choose a natural-looking colour that suits your skin tone. 
To test that you need to look in the mirror on a frosty day or after intense workout, and check what colour is your natural blush.

If you have fair complexion the best for you will be light pink blush. As time flies by, you can consider a peachy colour – it is perfect for mature women, they will regain brightness and freshness of their look thanks to it. In case of mature skin, peach will warm up your face, while pink will look artificial and theatrical. You can use mineral blush Coral FM GROUP MAKE UP.

Ladies with a bit darker skin can use blush in warmer shades, such as orange, coppery-golden or cinnamon bronze.               
Mineral blush Bronzing Effect FM GROUP MAKE UP will suit them.                              
If their skin is in shade of ebony or brown, they should choose a warm coloured blush such as papaya, peach or tomato.

Modelling the shape of your face with blush 

To master the art of modelling the shape of your face you need to consider which shape your face is. You can distinguish five types of shape: ovaltriangularsquare, rectangular and round.

Square-shaped face is a face where its length equals its width. Jawbone is the most distinguishable. For this face shape, soften the angles of cheeks by concentrating the brighter color of the blush on the apples of the cheeks, then sweep the color straight out towards your temples. This will give your face a natural lift. If you want to round the corners of your jawline, lightly dust some blush from your chin to just below your ears.

Oval-shaped face does not require a lot of modelling. For a natural look, apply blush onto the apples of your cheeks for a flushed, healthy glow. If you are going out for a night on the town, add slightly more blush to the bridge of your nose for extra color.

Rectangular-shaped face is an elongated square shape. The forehead is about the same width as the cheekbones and jaw line. Apply blush on cheekbones below the outer corners of the eyes and blend well. Be sure the blush never extends lower than the tip of the nose.

To create the illusion of width on a rectangular-shaped face, apply blush to the apples of the cheeks and extend the color outward towards your ears. Next, sweep your blush across the middle of your forehead and along your chin line. 

Triangular-shaped face features wide forehead, thin chin and cheekbones wide apart. A bit of blush on top of your chin and cheeks (up to the temple) will make your face look more delicate, and your facial features more subtle. 

Round-shaped face is a face with low forehead, round chin and prominent cheeks. Your face will look more distinct if you apply blush on the space between the brows and line of your hair, and apply light streaks from the temple to the corners of the lips. Start applying blush to the area just above the apples of your cheeks and slightly blend forward to thin the face. Make sure not to get blush too close to your nose otherwise the extra color will highlight the rounded area of the cheeks. Next, dust the contour shade just below the cheekbone down to the jawline and blend the color so it looks natural.

Clean your brushes with Professional Brush Spray. If you don't keep your brushes clean, they'll gather 
bacteria and transfer it to your skin.