A blush can be used to achieve different aesthetics, depending on how and where it is applied. The natural appearance of blushi is the classic way in which the blush is applied to the highest points of the face then blended with circular movements towards the outer parts of the face.
The popularity of this method of application stems from the fact that it gives a very natural appearance, as if you had just returned from light exercise. In addition, it can not be easier to apply. For a very natural appearance, apply blush two fingers away from the nose and two fingers away from the eye.
The dramatic style of the seventies can be worn in the evening. The application technique is called "draping". The blush, besides cheekbones, is applied slightly more closely to the eyes. In this way the blush and is applied more vertically. The goal is to seamesly blend the blush twith foundation and skin, with no strong lines to make it look natural. For this purpose, use large and soft brushes to apply soft and thin layers.
Let's say that you are on vacation and you want that slightly sun burnt look but are not interested in ditching your SPF. Applying blush to the tips of the cheekbone over the nose gives the skin that sun kissed look. This technique works best when applied on top of the bronzer; the bronzer acts as a base layer that helps diffusion of the pigment of the blush so it does not look too sharp. The trick is to create the right amount of fresh gloss and apply a small part of the blush to the top and bridge of the nose.
In winter, we are blushing in a different way than in the summer. For this look, it is better to use gel or creamy blushes of pink tones. The goal is to focus the blush on a slightly higher part face.
For each of these techniques you can use Antonym Baked Blush that gives a natural, youthful glow. Beautiful shades that suit a large number of tones and undertones allow application in layers. In this product you can find a blush for everyday use as well as for occasions when you need a more intense pigment.
Photography: Marko Grubisic, Franjo Matkovic, Jelena Balić