Blush hacks to elevate your makeup game

Blush hacks to elevate your makeup game

Blush hacks to elevate your makeup game

Blush is one of the quickest and easiest ways to make yourself look more put together. However, when you're on the go, you don't always have time to stick to the same routine—which is why it's always a good idea to have a handful of tricks up your sleeve for making the most of your time (and, of course, for always looking your best). Just in time for warm-weather beauty season, we searched high and low for the best blush hacks out there.

Use your lipstick as a blush

There are so many things in life that can help your beauty routine that you've probably never thought of before! Here is strange and out-of-the-box tip that can help you look prettier when you're doing your makeup in the morning. Use your lipstick as blush! That's right. If you're in a pinch, put your lipstick on and you can use it to get the perfect rosy cheeks. The darker the color, the more dramatic the effect!

Choose the right brush

You can find brushes in any makeup store and there is a wide variety of them. However, it is important to pick one that will apply the makeup you are looking to apply evenly and cleanly. The best way to do this is to consider the types of brushes, the bristles and the handle on the brushes. Generally, the more bristles, the better the brush. Also, you get the best results when you use a light touch when applying your makeup.

Make your blush last long

The secret to long-lasting blush is using the right blush for your skin tone. Blush colors should complement your skin and create a natural, dewy glow. The trick to keeping your blush looking fresh is to use a good powder foundation. This will keep your face flawless even if your blush is fading. Using a makeup sponge to apply your blush is also a good solution. You can use the sponge to dab a little color on the apples of your cheeks and blend it in. If you're feeling a little daring, you can also use some contouring makeup to give your face depth and dimension. If you want to wear blush to the office, less is more—choose a hue that's barely noticeable. Concentrate on your blush and not much else. If you're in a rush, dab a little bit of loose powder on top and you're good to go!

Use your blush as a correcting concealer

The best way to hide dark spots is by using a concealer. But sometimes you don't have concealer on hand or it comes off easy when you have to get your hands dirty. The best way to fix that is using your blush. You should use a pink blush to cover up dark spots and then when you're done you can put on some powder to keep it in place. The best blushes to use as concealers are the ones that are the color of your skin or brighter. It's best not to use blushes that are darker than your skin color because they tend to make dark spots more obvious.

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