March 26, 2014
Are you worried about wearing blush during the spring? Don't stress - it's a common concern, especially when you're used to seeing natural-faced women in ads when the weather heats up. Although the popular wintertime look typically features rosy cheeks and red lips, there's no reason why you can't keep some of this allure during the spring.
If you're a fan of the barely-there contour, try a few of these little tricks to give your cheeks depth when the sun starts to shine:
A hint of blush
The natural look is as popular as ever, but don't let those magazine covers fool you - almost every model is wearing a little bit of blush. To achieve this look, select a color that complements your skin tone. With the Colorescience Mineral Blush Cheek Colore, for instance, use the built-in brush to sweep a little bit of the product across the apples of your cheeks, blending as you go. Repeat this process until you have the desired color density.
Use bronzer to highlight your cheekbones
With just a splash of bronzer, you can take your complexion to the next level. With California Sun Glow, simply find the hollow of your cheeks and sweep the product toward your temple with a fluffy brush.