Monday, July 6, 2009

BLUSHING CHEEKS

STEP 1

Blusher intro
A blusher adds life and vitality to your complexion. Your perfect blush shade is the colour of your cheeks when you are flushed or exercising. Colour by Oriflame Duo Blush is a sheer powder blush that gently veils your skin with just a hint of natural colour. Choose between three tints: Almost Nude, Natural Peach and Natural Spice.

How to apply:
Apply sparingly with a blusher brush. Start with just a little blush and then build up gradually for a natural look. Don't panic if you overdo it! Tone down the colour using a translucent powder.

Quick tip
Always apply your blusher after you have completed your eye and lip make-up. This way you can adjust the intensity of the colour to suit the rest of the face.

Don't apply blusher just to the cheeks! A slight touch to the temples, forehead and chin brings the face together.

STEP 2

More about blushers
You can also use blusher to shape and contour the face, highlighting bone structure and emphasising your best features.

How to apply:
Oval face - Add colour to the fullest part of your cheeks. Smile with your mouth closed to find the right starting point.
Round face - Slim down your face with a concentration of colour to the cheekbones, fading out at the temples.
Long face - Make your chin recede with a touch of dark matt blusher on the tip. Use it on the cheekbone, fading out to a lighter shade.
Square face - Add colour from just below the cheekbone and blend outwards, then stroke the same colour along your jaw line to soften it.

Quick tips
For evening try a slightly darker shade than you would normally wear so that the effect is visible in evening light.

Source:Oriflame.co.in

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