Melbourne Makeup Course Melbourne makeup course
Blush and Highlight
Evaluate the face and decide how much blush is needed before applying.
Blush will add color to the face, can create a desired look, or just sculpt the cheeks and add high cheek bones.
Choose either a blush brush or angled brush
For a fresh look combine a creme blush and then a powder.
Apply the creme to the apples of the cheeks, and then blend upwards in a circular motion.
Use monochromatic tones of the same color to create a contour and highlight effect. Place the deeper color under the cheekbone and follow under the edge of the cheekbone. Place the lighter tone on the highest point of the cheekbone and blend down to the apple of the cheek.
For a highlighted effect add our highlight on top of the blush above the cheek bone. Favourite highlighter, Becca Highlight
To unify the makeup, if the eyes are smoky try a neutral blush, if the eyes are natural, create a glow with a soft pink or peach.
For most face shapes apply blush to the apple of the cheeks, if the face is oblong keep blush to the out area of the face.
Favorite blush, Nars Orgasm,