Outblush color is right for your skin tone, it’s time to learn how to apply the blush to model the face with makeup. A touch of color on the cheeks not only makes the face look fresher but can also optically redefine its contours.
How does it work?
Applying rouge to specific areas may make a round face narrower, long face shorter and angular facial features softer.
Apply Blush Correctly With An Angular Face
With a square face, you should apply the blush directly to the cheekbones. With gentle, circular movements put the rouge on the cheeks and let it run gently backward. In this way, the focus is placed on the roundest part of the face, which alleviates the angular facial features.
Square-faced celebrities: Olivia Wilde, Gwyneth Paltrow, Nicole Richie, Keira Knightley, Angelina Jolie.
How To Apply Blush On A Thin Face
If you have a diamond-shaped face, the goal is to draw attention to the lower half of your face. Apply blush on the cheekbones and at an angle to the temples to look down and emphasize your cheekbones!
Stars with this face shape: Ashley Greene, Audrey Tautou, Elizabeth Hurley, Ashley Greene and Anna Kendrick.
Where Do I Have To Apply Rouge With A Long Face?
Make-up is a great way to make a long face visually shorter. The line should not run as usual along the cheekbones from the hairline to the center of the face. The color is applied at the highest point of the cheeks and towards the ears. Some color directly on the temples additionally stretches.
Long-haired stars: Joan Smalls, Sarah Jessica Parker, Liv Tyler, Jessica Lowndes and Hilary Swank.
Apply Rouge Correctly – Heart-Shaped Face
If you have a heart-shaped face, apply the blush directly to the cheekbones and up towards the eyebrow ends. The line in a C-shape cheekbone is emphasized, while the strong jawline softens.
Heart-shaped celebrities: Cara Delevingne, Kourtney Kardashian, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlet Johansson, Nina Ricci, Rachel Bilson, Taylor Momsen, Shay Mitchell and Ashley Benson.
Apply Rouge For A Round Face
For a round face, the line should be below the cheekbones. In this way, you can give the face more contour, so it does not seem full. It’s super easy: Stand in front of a mirror, smile and use a rouge pen to make two short, slightly oblique strokes directly on the cheekbones. Then spread the rouge with the help of a foundation brush upwards towards the temples and down to the earlobes.
Round Face Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Lily Collins, Kelly Osborne, Michelle Williams, and Kirsten Dunst.
If you have an oval face, apply the blush just above the cheekbones. Then draw with gentle strokes to your ears. This will give your cheekbones more contour.
Celebrities with oval faces: Jessica Alba, Beyonce, Eva Mendes, Kate Hudson, Rose Byrne, Charlize Theron and Natalie Portman.