There are various beauty products out there, and if changing your whole look is what you’re going for, it is the blush for cheeks you should give attention to. Just a pinch can make you miraculously better, healthier even and younger.
Applying colors to your cheeks can emphasize your facial features and give it a more defined look. But achieving your desired look isn’t as easy to do as it looks; it takes time, effort, and work, tips and tricks to nail it. Here are ultimate cheek makeup tips this 2018 you can try!
UNDERSTAND YOUR SKIN
Not everybody has the same skin type and skin tone, which is why it is imperative that we know our own skin type and tone. By simply being aware of these simple things, we can find the perfect product for us. For instance, if you have dry skin, it is best to resort to cream blushes because cream blushes are usually made up on ingredients that help moisturise skin too. For oily skin, powder blushes will work great!
DETERMINE THE BEST APPLICATION TECHNIQUE FOR YOU
Just the same with skin types and tones, face shapes are also not similar for everybody. Knowing your facial bone structure will help you find out the best cheek blush application technique suitable for your face shape.
FINISH YOUR BLUSH LOOK BY BLOTTING YOUR CHEEKS WITH DRY TISSUE
We’ve it so many times from so many makeup tutorial videos online, people polish their final look by dapping on powder on the rest of their face, and that includes the cheek area. However, doing so may tend to provide the skin a dull, flat look. Instead of dusting off powder on to the cheek area, blotting it with dry tissue will make your blush look more natural.
BLEND, BLEND, BLEND!
Blending your blush properly is just as important as blending your foundation, concealer, contour, and highlighter altogether. The trick to having your cheek color natural is through blending it properly, taking the time do it to make sure there are no lines or a hard dab of color on one spot.
BUMPY SKIN? STICK TO MATTE FINISH CHEEK BLUSHES
Bumpy skin could be a great deal breaker. First and foremost, you should have it checked by your dermatologist. Secondly, a textured skin works well with matte finishes because it sticks more than shimmers. Shimmery blushes tend to make the skin look luminous; hence, will only give more attention to your skin bumps.