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There are many options for blushes on the market. There is a right way to apply it to each face shape, an ideal shade for each skin type and I am sure you have seen several tutorials about it out there. What we say little is the correct texture of the blush. The oily skins, go very well with the best known of them: powder blush!
There are actually two types of powder blush: loose and compact. What we see most in the market are the compacts, as they end up being more practical to take in the necessaire and much cheaper. However, the loose powder finish is more interesting for more chic events. The skin looks more velvety and the coverage ends up being even greater!
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Those who have mixed or dry skin can play in the various textures options. Liquid, stick or creamy (mousse type). These three options are very smooth. The liquid is super light, weighs nothing on the skin and is the face of summer. The biggest problem is the duration that is not as long as the powders. I love the liquid for a more stripped down event that doesn’t require impeccable production.
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Creamy and stick blushes are life’s most practical solutions! In addition to easy application, they do not break in the case and are very delicate. I love these simple versions that have a long lasting and beautiful effect. If you haven’t tried it yet, it’s past time to try new ways to use blush.
Don’t give me an excuse for where to find it, because here are my favorites:
- Clinique at Sephora Chubby Stick Cheek Color Calm Blush | R $ 99.00
- Natura Pink Loose Powder Blush | R $ 82.70
- Dream Touch Blush Maybelline Blush at Sephora | R $ 45.00
- Benefit Sephora Blush Benetint | R $ 149.00
- MAC powder blush | R $ 99.00
Do you already have your favorite?