The blush gives the finishing touch to makeup, gives color to the cheeks and in turn is used to refine the visual side depending on how it is applied, it also ensures that the cheekbones are more or less marked. The blush comes in powder, cream or gel, and the choice of which depends on the type of skin and effect you want to achieve. The application form is simple, but if you do it wrong the result can be catastrophic.
You have to select the right lipstick, which come in powder ideal to give a matt effect makeup, are more natural than others, which are cream, gel or liquid suitable for dry skin and these are based Makeup for easier application.
As for the colors to choose from there are a wide range of hues and the selection of appropriate depending on the color of the face.
The pink blush is ideal for fair skin but it is used in dark skins for light and freshness, the orange ranges are for matte skin as well as for the tan. Meanwhile, the copper or brown hue are appropriate for women with dark skin.
Another detail that you should keep in mind when choosing the color of the blush is the tone of the lipstick you will be using, so that you get a makeup harmonious as a whole.
The key is to smile. To apply blush properly you have to smile and color the cheeks making a horizontal movement from the inside to the outside of the face, pulling up.
The powder blusher is applied by brush makeup, which is not to be as big as you use for the foundation, but a little smaller. With it gives color to the cheeks, forehead and chin.
Instead, the blush that comes in cream or gel that you apply with your fingers, after balancing all the color of the skin with your foundation. The advantage of this cosmetic is that it offers a natural result that blends with the rest of your makeup.
It is advisable to first apply a small amount, divide the product thoroughly and repeat steps if needed because if you apply too thick a layer will give an old-looking appearance with hardened factions.