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Foundation used without blusher will leave your skin flawless but nondescript. A blusher allows you to structure your assets and bring out your beauty. Not only does it tint your face with a glowing rosy blush colour, but it can also serve as a highlighter for your cheeks and your face when applied with the right technique. For a healthy complexion and for easy blending, it should be applied after the powder.
There are many ways of applying blusher to structure your face differently. For a natural look suitable for everyday occasions, smile to locate the most rounded parts of your cheek. Then, with your blush brush and a small amount of makeup, swipe upwards, following the natural contours of your cheekbones. You have various blush colours at your disposal. Pink blushers suit both paler and darker skin tones and give added freshness to your face. The same goes for apricot blushers, so choose according to the intensity you would like.
At Clarins, we go above and beyond to help you unleash your beauty to its highest potential, and that means making sure that our makeup both looks good and does good for your skin. With that in mind, we formulated our range of silky and ultra-pigmented face blushers. You only need a small amount of product to bring a beautiful blush colour to your cheeks, so your makeup will last you many uses. Furthermore, the blush itself is designed to stay on for the whole day without the colour fading, meaning minimal touch-ups are required!
More than just makeup, our signature Joli blushes are infused with an anti-pollution complex that acts as an effective barrier against harsh environmental pollutants. They also feature hazelnut oil as a key active ingredient, which helps keep your skin hydrated all day long.
Generally, you should opt for a blush colour with the same undertone as your skin for a natural look and start from a lighter colour if you have fairer skin. However, if you want a bold pop of colour, you can try experimenting with a blush with the opposite undertone.
That depends on the look you want to achieve. Blushes with a matte finish tend to look more organic and are ideal for daytime wear, whereas a shimmery finish can deliver an extra glow and make your cheekbones appear more pronounced.
When applied properly, blushers can do wonders to help you look healthy and radiant. However, if you go overboard, you risk ending up with a clownish look. To avoid the dreaded makeup mishap, it’s best to use blush with a light hand and gradually build up the colour to your liking. If you do accidentally put on too much, try gently blending out the edges with a brush.