Summer seems oh so far away! And so does that healthy sun-kissed complexion. Before choosing a bronzer or contouring makeup that leaves you looking unnatural, try a nice blush. Blush adds warm color to the cheeks and imparts a healthy glow to your whole face. After all, who doesn't love a rosy glow, a pinkish hue? We all know how George Costanza from Seinfeld feels about it. (Video below.)
Draw attention up to your eyes, emphasize your eye color, and create illusions about your defined facial contours with blush. Here’s what to look for and how it’s done:
To learn more about practical make-up ideas check out the Make-down, Make-up, Make-over session HERE.
Seinfeld's Costanza describes the rosy glow on his ideal girl in the Fix-Up Clip here:
Written by Dani Slaugh, Style By Dani and Judith Rasband, Conselle
What are you wearing on Valentine's Day? Some say "Pink is the color of love", but not all pinks are created equal. Too bright and you risk looking like Barbie or Ken, too dull, and the pale zombies may emerge. Finding the perfect blend of a warmly subdued pink, that warms up the cheeks and draws attention to the lips is the ultimate goal here. Find that pink blush that's a titch on the orange side without looking like peach and you'll nail it. Think fabulous sunset pink, what could be more lovely than that?
Here are a few of my picks for getting in a lovely mood for Valentine's Day. Ladies first...
And now for the guys...
Pair your blush pink with black, shades of gray, herringbone or even burgundy for an unexpected twist.
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Not enough pink for you? Here's my favorite sunset pink kinda song....
Image consultant and personal stylist. Dani is happily married, the mother of 3 charming children, and an Aussie named Josie Wales.