Choosing a blush color for your skin type.

April 15, 2015

Spring Blush colorsHow to choose a blush color for springChoosing the right blush color for your skin type

I am pretty simple when it comes to makeup so I just use what I have till it runs out most times. I figured my three year old blush probably should make its way to the trash can however, and I set out on a mission to refresh my blush palate. 

Have you ever tested to see if your skin has warm or cool undertones?? I broke down the best ways to find a blush color that will give you a warm glow and leave the pale of winter behind (including your skin undertone quiz!). I did my homework at the makeup counter just for you gals, and I came out with some new favorites for myself! Head over to eHow for the full breakdown in how to choosing a blush color for your skin type and the differences in blush finishes.

I already shared pur minerals as my new cream blush of choice, but I tell you what! All of these options below are a close second. Do you have any favorites you are loyal to??

P.S. 5 on the go beauty game changers.

All photos by Chelsey Heidorn

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  • I never to know where to begin when choosing blusher so this helps so much! Thank you! 🙂

  • Nars powder blush. I splurged on it for my wedding, and it lasts forever, so the cost per wear is totally worth it. Having dry skin, I find anything other than a powder difficult to distribute evenly. I have been cutting back on my make-up consumption over the last eight months, streamlining and investing in items that work for me, and that I wear everyday.

  • I love how the graphic finishes you put on the first photo turned out! And I would be lying if I said I didn’t go buy the bare minerals blush right after shooting these with you!

  • I just discovered Josie Maran’s cheek gelee. It’s so pretty and lasts all day. The color in the pot doesn’t look like the color that comes out on skin. Perfect summer blush.

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