|Types of Blush|
Powder: Powder blush works great will all skin types, especially for those who have oily skin. It is the most popular form of blush because it is often the easiest to use. Simply smile and apply with a soft brush from the fullest part of each cheek outward for a natural glow. Always use a separate brush from your bronzer (if you use one) to ensure a light touch and true color.
Crème: Crème blush will leave your skin with a luminous glow. Work the crème gently into your skin with your fingers or a make-up sponge for sheer, continuous coverage. Crème based blush works best on dry or normal-to-dry skin. If you are prone to oily skin or have large pores, crème blush may not be your best choice.
Gel: Gel blush will give your skin a very natural look and a long lasting touch of color. Gel works well with most skin types and can be applied with your fingers or a make-up sponge.
Liquid: Liquid blush will temporarily stain your skin to give you long-lasting, yet naturally sheer color. It's even waterproof. Because liquid blush stains the skin with color, it can be difficult to apply and you must blend quickly. This blush works well on all skin types, and can be applied with your finger or a make-up sponge.
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