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  • Writer's pictureRania Al Assaad

Blushing Beauty: A Guide to Choosing the Right Blush for Your Skin Tone.

Blush can be the perfect finishing touch to any makeup look, adding a pop of color and a healthy glow to your cheeks. But let's be real, choosing the right shade can be a daunting task. Do you go for a rosy pink, a peachy coral, or a deep berry? And how do you even begin to consider your undertones? It's enough to make anyone blush with confusion.

But fear not, my blushing beauties! I'm here to guide you through the process of choosing the perfect blush shade for your skin tone and undertone. And I promise to throw in a few puns along the way.

First things first, let's talk about skin tone. If you have fair skin, you'll want to stick with light pink or peach shades. Avoid anything too bold, or you might end up looking like a clown who's had a little too much to drink at a kids' party.

For medium skin tones, go for a warmer pink or peach shade. If you're feeling adventurous, try a tawny or apricot shade for a subtle sun-kissed look. Just make sure not to go too dark, or you might end up looking like a disco ball from the '70s.

Now, let's talk undertones. If you have cool undertones, opt for a pink or berry blush. Cool undertones tend to have blue or pinkish hues, so these shades will complement your skin perfectly. Just don't overdo it, or you might look like a raspberry that's been squeezed too hard.

On the other hand, if you have warm undertones, choose a peach or coral blush. Warm undertones tend to have yellow or golden hues, so these shades will give your skin a radiant, healthy glow. But be careful not to go too orange, or you might end up looking like a walking fruit basket.

And if you're still not sure which shade to choose, try a neutral pink or beige. These shades work well for all skin tones and undertones, so you can't go wrong.

So there you have it, my blushing beauties! With these tips in mind, you'll be able to choose the perfect blush shade for your skin tone and undertone. And who knows, you might even blush with pride at your newfound makeup skills!

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