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long face makeup Tips
Add a touch of colour to your face and it gives more definition,
more character to it. Used correctly, it can give your face an
illusion of length, or make it fuller. It is important to
coordinate your blusher to the colour of your lipstick, nail
enamel, eyeshadow and your clothes, so that you have a total
Powder blusher is applied over liquid makeup and face compact,
with the brush that comes with it and then blended. Cream blushers
are applied with your fingertips, before you apply face powder,
but after the liquid makeup.
The simple rule for applying blusher is to look straight into the
mirror and apply blusher on your cheekbone, from under the center
of the eye. Then blend towards the temple.
Different methods of blusher application can be adopted to suit an
individual's face. Blush can act as a contour or highlight depending
upon how it is applied.
Use both shades of blush to widen face. Suck in cheeks, feel along
cheekbones tracing downward until you feel a natural hollow beneath.
This is where the darkest colour blush will be applied.
Use blush brush, apply darkest colour in hollow, making a "C" shape,
blending up to temples on side of face. Do not extend blush higher
Use lighter shade blush on top of cheekbones, making sure not to
work too high as to interfere with under eye plane. This can make
the eyes look puffy.
Smile, blend lighter colour on the cheeks. Try a little touch of
blush on tip of the nose for a sun-glow effect.
A light blushing of colour on forehead and/or chin can help
de-emphasize the length of the face. Make sure the blush is not too
heavy. If too strong, blend down with your foundation sponge.
You can also blend blush down with applying Toning Mist; spray on
sponge then soften blush on cheeks.