Blush or Bronzer? Which one will I pick?
All of us crave for glowy, dewy skin with a hint of shine but there are days when our skin needs a little help, especially when we are experiencing stress or fatigue. Blush and bronzer are my must-haves to achieve this lit-from-within glowy goddess look. While both products may seem to deliver the same effects, the ways in which they are used and their results can differ. My general tip is that bronzer can operate as a blush, but blush is not bronzer. Blush is used to add a flush of color to the cheeks and cheekbones, while bronzer lets you acheive a tan, and can be applied to the cheekbones and brow, jawline, other contours of the face and décolletage. For a more formal occasion, I may use both products together to create a more contoured look. As my make-up look these days is more natural and casual, I tend to lean towards just using a blush. I can forego using a bronzer but blush is a must-have for adding a hint of natural rosiness to the cheeks and to achieve a vibrant, fresh-faced look! My go-to blush at the moment is L'oreal Le Bar A Blush. Packaged in a compact case that makes it convenient for bringing out for touch-ups, the blush also includes a mini applicator with soft hairs. The color is neutral enough to bring out a soft glow on my tan skin, thanks to a natural sheen of gold dust in the formula. The blush helps to add a touch of softer, flushed color for everyday day wear, and if I want to progress into evening activities, I simply blot any excess oil on my face and layer on the existing blush on my face. It is always good to remember that less is more! It is simpler to layer a little of product each time to get the look that you desire. ;)
L'ORÉAL-Le Bar À Blush
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