I have already told you about mascaras and new fragrances. It remains to boast another mother’s gift – blush.
Despite my old age in the amount of twenty-eight past years, I am a real layman in cosmetics. Lipstick, except for hygienic, I do not have. Somehow it does not start at me: I make up a couple of times – and all is not that, uncomfortable, unnatural. I use shadows from time to time.
Basically, my daily make-up consists of a tonalnik in places that require it (in summer and I exclude it), two pencils (for eyebrows and for eyes) and mascara. In general, this is enough for me.
But there is one thing that, when properly applied, will correct a considerable part of the flaws of the face and emphasize its merits. I’m talking about rouge.
I was a student when I saw in the Avon catalog blush balls of bronze-brown hues. She gladly ordered and enjoyed for an infinitely long time. And then I read somewhere that the brown shades of blush look unnaturally in photos. And consequently, – I thought out this thought, – and in life. And switched to the recommended pink shades.
For some time I had cheap pink blush, but gradually my passion for them subsided and faded away.
What turned out to be in a black box exceeded all my expectations. The balls were of two shades and in the complex they gave an incredibly natural make-up with a light pearl overflow – just what I need!
It’s hard to overdo it with these blush, they look so natural on the skin. However, as with any makeup, you need to know how to handle them. If you stop buying blush just because you doubt the technique of their application, then this video will help you decide.
Do you use rouge? Have you tried blush balls?