Use SOMEBEAU Mini Lipsticks On Your Cheek

For that extra pop of colour in the perfect shade of red, look no further than SOMEBEAU’s mini lipsticks to double as your blush-contour.

Apply with clean fingers and dab the colour onto cheeks for that lifted look.

Blush is meant to strategically accent your face, which means you need to take your bone structure into account before applying it in the first place.

Heart-shaped faces: If your face is long with prominent cheekbones and a narrow chin, you likely have a heart-shaped face. Apply blush in a “C” shape from the top of the temple down to the cheekbone. Use more product along the cheekbone, then diffuse it up towards the temple, pushing it in and upwards. Don’t go overboard with your application

Oblong faces: If your forehead, cheeks, and jawline are all about the same width, you have an oblong face shape. Hit the apple of the cheek with blush starting at the most prominent part of the cheek, blending color towards the nose and bringing it out towards the temple. Add a touch of blush on the forehead and the sides of the brows to bring the look together.

Square face: If your facer has straight sides and a fairly flat jawline (think Olivia Wilde or Angelina Jolie), you have a square face. With long, light motions, sweep blush across the cheekbone, starting low and moving upwards. Pull blush from the eyebrow down to the nose, very softly and blended.

Round face: If your cheeks are the fullest part your face and and you have a curved jawline, you have a round face. For the best blush, look in the mirror, smile, then swipe blush on the apples of your cheeks. Using a foundation brush and medium-size strokes, brush color up towards the temple and down towards the earlobe to blend

Read More  Willow Bark Essence Helps Calm Acne

Oval faces: If your face is long with somewhat prominent cheeks, a narrower chin, and a narrow forehead, your face is oval. Start at the most prominent part of the cheekbone and using soft strokes, bring blush down towards the earlobe and blend up towards the temple. Add the slightest bit just above the temple, too, for balance.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Share This