Hi lovelies, hope you all had a great weekend. If you are a regular reader of my blog, you may have seen that I have started to use cream blush.
Up until a few months ago I had never used cream blushes so I had a play around to see how it worked for me when applying it. I know a lot of people can be scared of using cream blushes so I thought I would show you what works for me.
All you need is the blush and ideally a stippling or buffing brush. I am using my Real Techniques buffing blush along with my Max Factor Miracle touch blush.
Cream blushes are buildable so you can start off just applying a little if you wish. I learnt to not apply blush straight on the apples of my cheeks but instead further up. I find it gives a nice over all affect.
I like dab some of the blush using my fingers in a line on both cheeks. It kind of ends up looking like you are wearing tribal make up but don't worry it doesn't last for long.
You then just take your buffing brush and blend it in. Take your time doing this so it doesn't look messy.
And there you have it. Your face now has a nice glow to it. If you want too at this stage you can build it up by adding more blush.
If you haven't tried cream blushes yet I would definitely recommend you try this one.
How do you apply cream blush?
Lots of love
Labels: make up monday, Make up Monday - wearing cream blush, Max Factor Miracle cream blush soft murano, real techniques buffing brush