Gote in the foreground: will the bright colors seen on the catwalks arrive in our beauty?
She likes it because it gives an extra touch to make up and gives three-dimensionality to the face, but this fall the blush promises to be a true protagonist in beauty. It will be because the holidays have just ended, and on the tanned face the blush stands out superbly, but never before this year are the proposals of the brands so attractive and really make you want to stock up on new things.
Speaking of professionals, then, on the catwalks the blush raged, becoming a characterizing element of the look of many designers. One of the musts was metal, with gold and bronze nuances that blend beautifully with the tan, but the fruity tones, from the traditional peach to the most unconventional strawberry, were not lacking. Often, then, the application goes beyond the cheeks and goes up to the temples, creating a shock effect: will we see it also in everyday life?
The provocations of the fashion shows, in fact, generally end up becoming a consolidated beauty look, as in the case of red eyeshadow or make-up upside down, and the blush mania seems destined to dominate the autumn. For the weeks of return, when the skin still has a sunkissed complexion, we advise you not to miss the opportunity to give yourself a golden touch or, if you are very dark, bronze.
A beauty blush, then, a peach blush: do you know that it is the favorite of Meghan Markle who used it for the royal wedding make-up? And then the baby pink, great for creating a sophisticated nude. After a little practice do you want to dare? And then try the darker colors, blurring them from the zygomatic bone.
In general, the blush is applied with a brush, but you can also use fingertips or a sponge, especially in the case of cream products. If you want a faded and chic effect, choose a round brush and pass it with circular movements on the zygomatic bone. If you are looking for the little doll effect, apply the blush on the cheeks with circular movements, but without exaggerating and blending carefully, to avoid the "Heidi sui monti" effect.