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Blushes for light skin tone
Ready to be the Peachy Girl?🍑
CLINIQUE - Cheek Pop Blush &OTHER STORIES Blusher – Cendal Pink Product Details: &OTHER STORIES Blusher - Cendal Pink (Only available in store) Price $18 USD Size 5.5g Clinique – 05 Nude Pop Available online & instore. Price $25 USD Size 3.5g Compare & Contrast: These two products share the same country of origin, both made in Italy. &OTHER STORIES is under H&M. I found the print so adorable “GO GIRL, SEEK HAPPY NIGHTS TO HAPPY DAYS”.This Blusher is a coral pink with a little shimmering. If you are looking for a fresh and peachy blush, this is definitely your best choice. With the tiny bit glitters, it gives the nice glow to your cheeks. Nude pop is a matte blush which gives you’re the mature and healthy look. It is a very warm-toned, light-medium peach. As one of the natural-looking cheek color, It is not so pigmented, in fact, I have to apply layers and layers till it actually show up. I do like the overall effect. Both are very friendly to light skin tones. Who wins? &OTHER STORIES Blusher - Cendal Pink. I really love the color on me. it rosewood kind of pink. I’m so obsessed with the design and little details. The packaging is really simple yet elegant. With the high-noticeable color, your cheeks are actually showing smooth luster which definitely worth the price. Most of all, it matches with almost any makeup look.
CLINIQUE-Cheek Pop Blush
pretty in pink 🌸
Have you ever thought of using blush in a different way? I got this cream blush palette free with my purchase and some of the colours are too dark for my skin tone. I figured there has to be another way to use it. I used this bright pink on my lips(blotted on the lip) and on the eye as liner for a pop. Glided on nicely and gave me an extra pop I needed.
e.l.f.-Cream Blush Palette
Easy (five minute!) makeup for ZOOM Meetings
Doing my makeup and feeling put-together is one of my favorite things, however I don’t always have the time or energy to be able to achieve a full-face beat every day. Soft and gentle glam, I use this look when I want to feel ~soft~ and glowy, but only spend minimal time on it. I start with NARS - Radiant Creamy Concealer which I use all over my face, spot concealing redness of pimples, around my nose and lips, tip of my nose, and between my eyebrows. This brightens and evens your skin tone without a full face of foundation. You can use primer if you want, when I do I use a blurring primer like TATCHA - The Silk Canvas Protective Primer or beautyblender - Pore Minimizing Primer which smooth skin and even look good just on their own. I set with BECCA - Hydra-Mist Set & Refresh Powder and then move on to my eyes. I use one eyeshadow palette with a few colors, two of my favorites are NATASHA DENONA - Mini Nude Eyeshadow Palette and EM COSMETICS - Limited Edition Divine Skies Eyeshadow Palette which have both mattes and shimmers. Important: they don’t patch! This makes blending a breeze. I put a neutral brown in my crease and outer V, then layer a dark brown in my outer v and smudge on my lower lash line. Adding shimmer is optional, but I usually do. For this I just use my finger and swipe on the lid. All powders for my face bronzer, blush, & highlight applied with one fluffy brush. I apply blush by pinching the powder brush in my fingers to elongate it to place product where I want— my fav is PATRICK TA - Monochrome Moment Velvet Blush which applies smoothly on all skin (prepped or not). I layer with benefit - Hoola Matte Bronzer in a 3 shape, and finish with whatever glowing highlight i feel like. In this image it’s OFRA - Nikkietutorials Everglow Highlighter Brow filling is optional, but brushing them up with a gel helps you look awake and youthful with little effort. Finish with mascara and a tinted lip balm or moisturizing lipstick like Glossier. - Generation G Sheer Matte Lipstick or EM COSMETICS - EM Cosmetics Lip Cushion and you’re ready to go in less than ten!
EM COSMETICS-EM Cosmetics Lip Cushion
I’m very new to using blush. I have always been some what afraid of blush, I’m always worried I’ve put on too much and am going to look sunburnt. I wanted a colour that would give me just the right amount of colour on my cheeks and not an overly done look. Or the opposite end, I’d get a colour too light and it did nothing. I ordered Cupid, Blushing Brush powder from Clinique. This colour has just the right amount of pink to it. I can confidently put this on in the morning. I have added it to my everyday routine as well as my laid back make up days. I would recommend this colour for anyone who just wants a nice light blush. This colour is not going to work on more dramatic looks. CLINIQUE - Blushing Blush Powder Blush
CLINIQUE-Blushing Blush Powder Blush
“Glassy” natural dewy blush infused w caffeine
espressoh. - Glassy - Blush by the Glass Espressoh is like the Italian Glossier and I’m *here for it* From their website: “Highlighting blush - natural, dewy, blushing cheeks. . pH reagent formula: the revolutionary texture reacts with the pH of your skin transforming into a dewy blushing tint, intensity and color vary depending on your skin tone and pH. Contains a dose of caffeine - extra boost and hydration for your skin. One shade 'flushes' all - one transparent shade for every skin tone. Dab a very tiny amount onto cheeks and blend it - modular effect: the more texture you layer the more intense the blushing effect.” Honestly just take my money already!! It feels like a jelly gel texture. A lot goes a long way, you only need to dab a bit. Hard to get the right amount. It can come off as too pink if you put too much. But I find it gives me a very natural flushed look, with the added bonus of a dewy sheen after glow. There’s also not a lot of it but at least you don’t need a lot. It’s hard to get since you pay so much in shipping to get it from Italy, and it takes a while to get to Australia. But what a treat when it finally did arrive! Love it!!! 💕
espressoh.-Glassy - Blush by the Glass
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