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Blush: The Secret To Looking Younger

Jan 01, 2015 | Cosmetics | Mineral Fusion

Mineral Blush Basics

Whether you are going for a fresh dewy look or a natural no makeup "look", adding blush to your makeup routine will instantly brighten your look, and yes, add a bit of youthfulness.

Now That You Know, It's Decision Time...

Cream Blush vs. Powder Blush
Powder blush and cream blush have different textures, applications, and finishes. Many women use both, but you may find you have a strong preference for one over the other.

Cream blush has a smooth, condensed texture. Cream blushes blend easily and leave a light, dewy gleam to the cheeks. They are best for people with a normal to dry skin because they tend to be more hydrating. When applying cream blush, like our 3-in-1 Color Stick, smile and locate the apples of your cheeks and apply product directly to apples of cheeks in a circular motion blending with your fingertips out towards the hair line.

Powder blush has a lighter texture than a cream blush and is easily layered allowing you to build your desired level of coverage. Powder blushes are good for normal to oily skin because they can help absorb excess oils on the skin. Our luxuriously silky, triple-milled mineral blushes offer a natural flush of color to brighten the complexion and create a healthy, youthful glow. To apply powder blush, sweep Blush Brush over the powder, tap of excess product and gently dust onto apples of cheeks upward toward hair line.

Matte or Shimmer Finish
Blush typically comes in two finishes: matte and shimmer.

Shimmer finishes give a hint of illumination and work well for youthful skin and skin prone to dryness.

Choose a matte finish if your skin is oily, or if wrinkles and fine lines are a concern.