Choose gentle pinks, peaches, or warm coral tones for light to medium skin tones and deeper rose or mauve tones for darker skin tones.
When selecting a makeup color, consider your skin's undertone. Warm undertones look great with peach or coral hue.
It is simpler to gradually build up color than to remove excess blush. Start with a small quantity and increase as necessary to attain the desired intensity.
Use a blush brush with soft bristles and the right size for your facial area. A slightly angled or dome-shaped brush works well.
Smiling will help you locate the apples of your cheekbones, the rounded area that appears when you smile
Use circular motions or light strokes to blend the pigment into your skin for a diffused look.
Before applying blush to your cheekbones, tap any excess product from your brush. This facilitates a more uniform and controlled application.
Apply blush so as to accentuate your facial contours. Concentrate on the apples of your cheekbones and blend outward for round faces
Instead of applying a heavy quantity of blush all at once, gradually build up the color by layering thin washes.
You can apply blush not only to your cheekbones, but also to other areas to create a subtle and uniform appearance.