Need makeup ideas? Get inspiration for a rosy glow right here

Aug. 17
Glowing skin and rosy cheeks is the perfect combination for a soft everyday makeup look. Keep your base makeup light, brows fluffy, and skin dewy to let cheek colour take centre stage. Use a cream blush and apply pigment with your fingertips for a fresh, natural look.


A useful tip when recreating a sun kissed rosy glow is to apply blusher to the bridge of your nose (where the sun would naturally hit). This gives the impression of healthy, warm skin - minus the sun damage!


Applying rosy tones to the eyelids and cheeks and pairing them with an intense bright pink pout is a sure-fire way to make a statement and have some fun with this.


Rosy cheeks and freckles are the recipe for healthy skin perfection in our book. This natural dewy skin with brushed up brows, freckles, and ‘just pinched’ cheeks is a subtle (and effortless!) way to embrace the trend.


Rosie Huntington-Whitely is the unofficial queen of the rosy glow makeup look. This delicate peachy look sees softly sculpted cheeks paired with a rosebud coloured lipstick. For this look, you’ll want to use a powder brush so you can easily sweep it across your cheeks.


Wearing different lipstick and eyeshadow shades is a clever way to make rosy cheeks stand out if you’re in the mood to experiment with your look. This warm orange tone around the eyes and cooler pink on the lips compliments the rosy cheeks and enhances the final look.


Swap out powder formulas for creams to recreate a look like this. The reason being, cream melts effortlessly into the skin and blends easily - no streaks, clumps, or brush strokes.


Applying blusher all the way to the eyes helps the colour to really stand out for a true rosy glow. We recommend using a liquid formula to recreate this colourful, chic look. A spattering of faux freckles on top and voila!


Everything about this look is totally flawless, from the rosebud lips and poreless skin to the fluffy brows and perfectly diffused blusher. We have major makeup envy.


Matching your rosy cheeks to warm shades on your eyes and lips is a great way to take your look to the next level. The orange tones on the eyes works beautifully here to complement the rosy cheeks and glossy lips.


Proving that blusher doesn’t need to be a side note if you don’t want it to be, this look sees a beautifully blended rose-toned blush emphasise the natural apples of the cheeks. To showcase pigment on darker skin, apply in light gradual layers.
Feeling inspired? These rosy makeup looks deliver results all year round, morning and night.
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