What is blush? And Why Do You Need it?
Blush is like the finishing touch to face makeup. If applied incorrectly, blush can make you look like you should be doing children's parties as a clown. When applied properly, it provides an amazing natural glow to your skin.
Known as "rouge" before modern makeup came about in the early 20th century, blush was a popular makeup.
Blushes are available in various different textures, colors and blends which you can select according to your skin complexion and type.
A powder blush is extremely long lasting and it is suitable for all skin types especially for people who have oily skin.
You have your creme blushes and even gels or stains. Blush can really help in highlighting your cheekbones and temples. It is very easy to apply and provides you a smooth and glowing texture. A cream blush is suitable when you need a more defined look. It must be applied evenly with your fingers. Sometimes if you want your blush to stay, you apply a creme or gel, and over top of it a highlighter color to keep it giving you that natural glow longer.
Makeup are certainly important and set the tone to your style but your skin's appearance, makes or breaks the entire look you may be going for.
Some my personal favorite brands of blush are:
Ella Blue Mineral Blusher color "Well, Maybe Just This Once...
NARS Blush color Orgasm
Jill Kirsh Color from Kit #402
Overall Beauty Minerals Iced Wine
Each color is really pretty close to the rest. Now problem with three of the four is the ingredients..
Does your cheek bones break out at times and you don't know why? Well mine started doing that and I couldn't figure out what was happening. I was at the time only wearing one blush NARS brand.. LOVE the color.. but being a mineral makeup creator and brand owner of Overall Beauty Minerals I took a really good look at the ingriedients label.. and found out why. I also found out why for Ella Blue and Jill Kirsh.. They all created with three main ingredients.. Talc, Carmine and cosmetic dyes. :( All three that together break out my face.. yucky!) I have found that I can only wear my favorite other brands once or twice a week. Any than than that and I break out.
Do you have a favorite blush that breaks you out? :(