The Clueless Girl's Guide To Blush

Let us school you on the three most common types of blush.

Powder Blush
This the most common type of blush. The pigmentation varies depending on what brand you opt to buy (some are highly-pigmented but aren't long-lasting, while others look too light when you swipe 'em on your cheeks, yet they last the whooole day). A powder blush is ideal for any skin typeespecially those who have oily skinand is the easiest to use.

What you’ll get: Professional-looking, pang-artista cheeks.

Cream Blush
A cream blush works best if you want to achieve a dewy-finish on your cheeks, without looking oily. Best for girls who have dry skin, most cream blushes can withstand sweat and water (which is why this is perfect if you like wearing makeup at the beach). Oh, and since most cream blushes are multi-taskers, y'all can use them on your lips, too.

What you’ll get: Natural, kinikilig ako sa crush ko flush.

Cheek Stains/Tints
Cheek stains go on sheer and can be quite difficult to blend. Using stains will require a bit of practice, because you run the risk of literally just staining your cheeks. #awkward

Stains and tints however, are perfect for outdoor activities, because they give you subtle rosy cheeks.

What you’ll get: “Yup, I have naturally rosy cheeks that you should be jealous of” look. 

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