Blush may seem like a beauty basic, but it’s not without challenges!
When Blusher is used correctly it will add a natural glow to the skin as well as adding contours to the face.
Overdone blush is always a no-no. Many people usually make the mistake of going with the flow while applying blushers and many of us can also blame the brushes which come with our blushers for that little rosy patch!
The brushes included in most compacts are too small to provide proper application.
Be sure you’re applying blush with a full-size blush brush. Good blush brushes have longer, looser hair that can pick up color and apply it evenly.
Anyways, If you accidentally apply too much blush, please don’t try to remove it with makeup remover as it will cause a streaky mess and will also remove your foundation.
You can easily soften your blush in two quick, easy steps.
All you have to do is grab a cotton ball and some loose powder.
Once you’ve gotten what you need, gently sweep the cottonball across your blush in a circular motion, and it will carefully pick up some of your blush. When your blush is at it’s desired ‘effect’, grab a fluffy brush and apply one quick layer of loose powder on top of your cheeks and you are done!