How to Choose The Best Blush Color For Your Skin Tone?
Blushes can add that extra charm to your makeup and give you the softness that you girls desire. But it can do quite the opposite if the right colors are not used for the right skin tone. There are certain colors that suit dark, medium and fair skin tones. One thing that you girls should keep in mind is that it is best to use the shade closest to your skin tone as this will give a natural blushing look without getting too much in the eye. The application of the blush is equally important so that it does not look patchy or over the top. It is also utmost important that you use the right kind of brush for application as it makes all the difference. Here’s some advice on how to choose blush color for your skin tone.
1. Blush colors for dark skin
The best colors that look great on dark skin vary from plums, light orange and deep rose. You may experiment a little with these shades before deciding which blends the best with your skin. The application would look great if applied to the apple as this would give you a soft, feminine and warm touch which would look flattering indeed.
2. Blush colors for a medium skin tone
Women with a medium skin tone seem to be most confused about which colors would look good on them. Generally colors like deep plum, pinks and orange hues look great on a medium skin tone. Try not to get too dramatic with the application as this may just ruin the look. Try to stay away from very light pinks as they look completely artificial on this skin tone. You can extend your blush application from the apples going a little upwards towards your cheek bones.
3. Blush colors for fair skin
Mostly all the shades look good on this skin tone, only if applied in the right way. Try to stay away from shades like orange, maroons or purples as even the slightest of mistake can make you look like a terror. It is best to go with shiny pinks and rose colors. You can also experiment with plums to create a soft dramatic look. While applying the blush, try to use a soft hand as lighter applications look more natural on the apples of the cheeks.
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