While doing your makeup don’t forget the rosy cheeks. The quickest means to achieve this, is to put on a little blush. It is important not only for the glamour quotient, but the blushing cheeks are a sign of health. So, even while doing a natural no makeup look, don’t forego a light blush. Now, selecting and putting on a blush is tricky. Those with oily skin should go for powder blushes and the dry skin beauties can venture out and try the cream or liquid blush.
Powder Blush Application:
Swirl your fluffy blush brush on the blush and then tap it to get rid of the excess. Now stand in front of the mirror and smile. On the apples of your cheeks, dab the brush on to put on the color evenly and then start blending it working it up and fading it towards the temples.Otherwise, suck in your cheeks. Dab the color on your cheekbones and blend very well blending it out gradually into the temples.
While pinks and corals look good with the above technique, reds, browns and berries might not. To make them work, you must use it in a different way. Suck in your cheeks and then pat and blend right above the hollows and on the cheek bones avoiding the tops of the apples blending towards the temples. This way, the blush would make you flush as well as contour your cheekbones. If you have a round face try putting the blush this way rather than on the apple of your cheeks.
Cream/Liquid blush Application:
For this, we also use the similar technique like the powder one, but with a difference. The application is mostly done with the finger tips and blended into the skin. Alternately a flat topped kabuki would also do the job nicely, but the effect may turn out a bit too dramatic. But a little practice gets you a long way.
Techniques for application of blush for your face structure
Powder Blush for Day time―
Powder Blush for night time―
Cream/Liquid blush -
Thats it darlings ..... stay gorgeous xoxo