Blush Vs. Bronzer

What’s the difference between blush and bronzer?
Bronzer is generally used to create a tanned look as well as for light contouring on the face. Blush is used to give your cheeks a naturally flushed effect.

In which order should they be used, and where?
Use your bronzer first, and blush second. I apply bronzer slightly underneath the cheekbones to, on the tops of the cheekbones, a light sweep across the forehead and a little under the chin to lightly contour. Then I add blush to the apples of my cheeks.

So you can use blush and bronzer together?
Of Course! The best trick to making your cheeks the perfect color is to apply bronzer and blush together. The combination of the two gives you the most natural finish possible.

Can bronzer help accentuate your cheekbones?
Absolutely, it just needs to be applied to the correct areas. Applying a darker bronzer under your cheekbones is a great way to help make them stand out.

What’s better, matte or shimmer bronzer?
When applying bronzer to the tops of your cheekbones, a shimmer such as our Shimmer Bronzer adds a hint of glamour to your beauty look. A matte bronzer is more suitable for contouring.

How do I know if I’m wearing the right shade of blush?
If you look overly embarrassed, you’re not on the right track. Try to choose a color that isn’t much darker than your natural skin tone. Never forget that when in doubt, less is always more!

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