Saturday, April 25, 2015

All about choosing a blush colour

Selecting and using makeup is a confusing task for many women. Not only is it troublesome to find the best quality among the many brands made available but finding the correct shade of makeup to blend in with your skin shade is quite a challenge.

Whether you apply make-up daily or go for a Semi-permanent makeup in Dubai unless all shades are chosen to blend well with each other you might not end up with a pretty side. The first step to selecting the correct bronzer or blush shade is the ensure that it matches your skin tone : this in turn will make you look a natural beauty and not end up looking like a clown.
Eyebrows Dubai by Michele Soudi lives up to its name by performing various makeover techniques on Eyebrows in Dubai.

These include semi permanent make up techniques including Eyebrows tattoo in Dubai and can even present HD Brows in Dubai. These in turn makes the whole face light up just as with the use of a correct blush colour. Blush tools helps to highlight the cheek while eyebrow makeovers helps highlight eyebrows: together they can present you with a fresh appearance every day.

To begin selecting a blush shade, first one needs to identify the accurate skin tone. To do this the best practiced technique is to put on a white top and light up the room with natural or white light. Now check your reflection in a mirror. If you are very light skinned, the undertones will reveal a blue or red shade. This type of skin is the one that gets easily sun burned and can quickly turn red.

People with medium to light skin have cool and pink tones. It can also get sunburned easily but the skins undertones are not very noticeable. For people with tan or olive skin the undertones are likely to be gold or green warm shades, this skin type rarely get sunburned. For dark skin people with deep brown skin colour sunburn almost never happens.


For very light skin tones it is advices to use only a little amount of blush or bronzer. For bronzers look for light shades and for blush colours avoid red or pink. Go with shades of apricot and peach.
For people with medium to light shade of skin do not use bronzers which are more than 3 shades darker than the natural skin colour. Also stick with light peach and pink shades. Deeper pink colours can be used for a formal look.
If your skin shade is olive or tan, you can go with a deep bronze or gold shade of bronzer. Find a bronzer two to three shades darker than the skin. Go for bolder colours in blush like deep shades of peach.

Dark skin people would not be able to have any effect on their skin with bronzer. When it comes to blush you can go with deep orange or rose shades. Shades like cinnamon can help enrich the dark skin tone.