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Instantly bring color and life to your cheeks with Lorac Color Source Buildable Blush. These silky-smooth matte and satin blushes are paraben-free and infused with anti-aging antioxidants such as pomegranate, acai and vitamins A, C & E.

More success stories All success stories Hide success stories. To figure out the shape of your face, you will need a ruler and calculator. Neutral people look good in both gold and silver, and have bluish-green veins on the inside of the wrist. There are multiple face shapes out there, and knowing what yours is can help you determine the hair cuts, eyebrow shapes, and makeup styles that will be most flattering.

Now, using an angled blush brush, blend upward towards your temple to buff out the color. Start with a light application and build until you reach the intensity (or lack of) you want. Start with a light application and build until you reach the intensity (or lack of) you want.
Blush from nichapie.ml Blush does everything from complement your lip color, to highlight your cheekbones and natural contours, and it adds a vibrant hue to your face.
When applying blush, you want to consider your face shape. Women with long faces benefit the most from applying blush to the apples of the cheeks and then blending towards the hairline. C-shape shading is the makeup artist's secret for applying blush to round or square shaped faces.
Dream Bouncy Blush Makeup by Maybelline. Non comedogenic, powder-gel formula that melts into skin like a cream for buildable luminous color and a natural glow.
Maybe you're wondering why your face shape matters when it comes to blush. But as it turns out, working with the shape of your face can ensure a more natural-looking flush — if that's what you want, that is. It's just like contouring and filling in your brows because using the shape of your face as a guide can make it easier to apply makeup.
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If you have a round face with full cheeks like Mindy Kaling, Gabrielle Union, or Kate Bosworth, applying blush couldn't be more simple.

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For long face shapes, apply blush on the apples and blend out towards the temples. *Tip: To get a natural lit from within flush for any face shape, first apply a cream blush with a fluffy blush like Hourglass No. 2 Blush Brush (or you can cheat and use your fingers), then apply your foundation as you normally would. Some makeup artists like to apply blush BEFORE foundation for a more "natural" look. When applying blush, you want to consider your face shape. Women with long faces benefit the most from applying blush to the apples of the cheeks and then blending towards the hairline. Oval face shapes typically have a wide forehead and narrower jawline—and with blush, you can balance out the two. Blend it onto the outer cheekbones (think closer to your ears) and then sweep it.