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Blushing for Real not TV

Choosing a blush color can be tricky. You want to pick something that looks natural. Try pinching your cheeks to see what color you really get. Then try to pick a color close to that. If you would never naturally blush in orange or purple, then don’t buy it!

It also helps to keep blush make-up color in the same color family as your lipstick, although this doesn’t mean the same color (see the remark about purple and orange!). Think about browns, pinks, and red. However, it’s much more important that your cheek color compliment your skin tone, than your lipstick color.

The purpose of blush is to add color to your face, not to contour your face and try to reshape it. Reshaping and contouring used to be a popular fad with blush, but now it’s just for people who appear on the tv through a camera.

You are a real person, you need your color to look real. Then you can look your best!

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Beauty Tips Editor
Laurel Smith