Let's get cheeky with it!
You will never mindlessly swipe on blush again with this gorgeous multi-dimensional palette. Featuring 9 long-wearing curated shades, from lustrous shimmers to silky mattes that will inspire you to sculpt and blend your way to fierce cachetes. Stay fashionably flushed with these superfine powder pigments that will leave you looking like everyone’s #flamingoals
Why you'll love it
- You don’t wear the same clothes for every occasion. You shouldn’t have to do the same with your blush.
- With 9 long-wearing curated shades to choose from, for every skin tone and skin type.
- Shimmery and Matte hues to fit the occasion and skin needs.
- Powder formulas work best for normal to oily skin, it will last longer and help absorb excess oil.
How to use it
Simple and fast:
The main idea is to paint some rosiness where it would normally appear naturally. Usually, this is at the top of the apple of your cheek. Place the color directly and blend outwards towards your ears.
Create a base:
We recommend to start with our Marvelous Makeup Primer to achieve a smooth base and avoid blotchy patches and excess redness.
To make a round face look thinner: “Start your blush at the apples, then brush it along the cheekbones all the way up to the temples” -Pat McGrath
To fill out a thin face: “Using circular motions, apply your blush to the center of your cheeks and blend it along the cheekbones and straight back to your ears. A bright pink blush works best here with highlighter on the apples” – Francois Nars.
To shorten a long face: “Dust your blush from the apples up toward the temples, across each eyelid, and on the chin” -Roncal
To soften a square face: “Apply a short shade of blush on the apples and down into the hollows of your cheeks, then lightly skim your brush over your temples to contour very subtly." -Roncal
To create higher cheekbones: “Choose a contouring powder or a matte bronzer a shade or two darker than your skin. Starting at the outer cheekbones, lightly sweep it over them. A dot of highlighter on the tops of the cheekbones creates a lifted effect.”
Here are some suggestions, but the best way to see what works for you is to try them on!
For pale skin: Roses such as Let’s get cheeky with it!
For medium skin: Apricots such as Tanga-rine
For darker skin: Brick reds such as Hot sauce