Our best selling face palette is GOLDEN SUGAR - now there is Golden Sugar 2
The most amazing collection of highly pigmented bronzers, merged bronzers, merged blushers and highlighters in 1 palette complete with a full size mirror.
Vegan. Cruelty free. Gluten free.
How To Use:
Blush creates an optical illusion, drawing the eye wherever you dust it on. The best place to put it depends on the nature of Blush and shape of your face.
Powder Blush:If you're using a powder, lightly sweep a medium-sized fluffy brush through the blush and then tap it to remove any excess. Apply the blush to your cheeks and then use a separate clean brush to blend well. Brush downward at the end of blending to allow your facial hairs to lie smoothly on your skin's surface.
Cream Blush:If you're using a cream or gel, dab a little on your ring finger. Dot the color first, then use your finger or a makeup sponge to blend it in. For the most natural look, finish blending with a blush brush. Use a cream foundation if you're using a cream blush for the best results.
To slim a round face:You can add more definition to your face if you suck in your cheeks and lightly sweep the blush brush in a line underneath your cheekbones. Don't apply blush to the apples of your cheeks because this will make your face look more round.
To balance a heart-shaped face:åÊIf your face is more heart-shaped, apply your blush in a curved line from the top of your temple down to your cheekbone. Apply the blush a little more softly on your temple and gradually increase pressure as you approach the cheekbone area.
To soften a long face:Go from the cheekbone to the temple if your face is more oval. Using soft strokes, move from the most prominent part of your cheekbone down towards the earlobe. Add a touch of blush just above the temple as well. Apply blush in a circular motion if you have a square face. Apply your blush directly to the apples of your cheeks in a circular motion to soften angular features and also draw attention to the most round part of your face.
Blot excess with a tissue.Don't soften your blush by going over it with a translucent powder because this can make your face color look dull. Instead, hold a tissue flat against your face and lightly and continually press a makeup sponge through it to your cheeks to remove a little powder. If you use cream blush, you can lightly dab your cheeks with just the tissue.
For the best results, you should first apply your foundation, then your concealer, your bronzer and then finally your blush. After applying your blush, you®Õ??ll put on your eyebrow makeup, eyeshadow, eyeliner, and finally mascara. Its important to do this in order to make sure that your makeup looks balanced and stays where you apply it.
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May Contain: (+/-) TITANIUM DIOXIDE, CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 15850, CI 15985