Easy Tricks To Apply Blush According To Your Face Shape

These Blush application Tricks Will Bring Out The Beauty In You

Blush is one of the key makeup products to provide finishing touches to almost any face for that perfect look. Did you know that applying the blush according to the shape of your face may help in correcting your face and make you even more attractive? Maybe due to this reason most celebrities, irrespective of their face shape always look stunning. Here are some tricks to follow while applying blush that can provide you a totally different look and grab numerous gazes.

* For The Long Face

The main aim while applying makeup for long shaped faces should to make them look rounder and fuller. Therefore, you will need to apply the blush in such a way as to make your cheeks look wider. Start with applying some blush on the apple of your cheek and smudge them in the outwards direction towards your temples or in a straight direction toward your ears. You may also use a cream based blush to add some shimmer on your cheeks and make them look fuller.

* For The Round Face

The most important thing to consider while applying makeup on a round face is to make it look longer and attractive. Same goes with the blush, applying it in the right way may help in highlighting and contouring certain areas of your cheeks to provide an elongated look. Avoid using a cream based blush as it may make your cheeks look even wider. Instead dust some powder based light toned blush on the cheekbone. Blend it in outwards strokes towards the temples of your face so as to provide a slimmer face. Never apply blush over the apples of your face as this could make you face look rounder. The main goal should be to provide an angular look to your face and enhance your feature to reduce the roundness. You may also use an angled blush brush for an easier and effective application.

* For The Diamond Face

If you have a diamond shaped face like Elizabeth Hurley, with a pronounced forehead, you probably need to apply blush in a way so that you draw attention to the lower half of your face. Choose peachy tone or a bronzer to highlight the cheekbones. Using a brush, apply it along the top of your cheekbones sweeping it towards the ears and blend it nicely with your skin tone. Also apply the blush along your forehead to draw attention away from it in an effective way. This will create a natural illusion of a more proportional face shape. It will also draw your eye down to provide you an attractive look.


* For The Heart Face

Heart shaped faces are another face type, which is easier to work with and you need to make very less efforts to define your facial features. Most people with a heart shaped faces are naturally beautiful, although, applying blush in the right way may make then even more attractive. Apply blush on the underside of your cheekbones and sweep it upwards towards the temples. It will make your chin appear softer and will provide you a more profound look that compliments your widow-peak hair line.

* For The Square Face

If you have a square face, the main goal should to make it look softer through makeup. Applying the blush in a right way may help you minimize the angular effect of your face and create a more attractive look. Start with applying blush on the apples of your cheeks and using sweeping stokes blend it in upward direction. Never sweep it too much to the sides of your face as it may make your face look wider and more angular. Also apply some blush on your chin and forehead to make your jaw line and face softer.

* For The Oval Face

If you are lucky enough to have an oval face shape, you will probably need to make fewer efforts to contour your face and enhance your features. Experts find this shape of face much easier to work with. Just choose a color that best suits with your skin tone and start by dabbing some on the most prominent part of your cheek. Stand in front of a mirror and smile to find out the apples of your cheek. Smudge it over in light strokes in slightly upward direction over the cheek bones. Since you have a naturally proportional face shape, try not to overdo with the blush. Use subtle colors that look natural on your skin for better results.

Author Bio:

Julia Taylor is a blogger for Skintagfree who contributes her knowledge on various skin care issues. Actively attending affiliated seminars and networking events in the world of beauty. For More information visit www.skintagfree.com/howitworks.html or Follow her on Twitter


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