Home Doctors Articles Does Your Blush Color Vary with Your Skin Tone?

Does Your Blush Color Vary with Your Skin Tone?

Does Your Blush Color Vary with Your Skin Tone?

Are you having trouble finding the best blush color for yourself? Well, like all other makeup products, perfect shades of blush depend upon your skin tone. Let’s discuss this in detail. 

Only the right shade of blush will look good on your face, making it more lively and vibrant. It helps create deception of the cheekbone but only if it looks natural and suits you otherwise, it will ruin your look. So how do you choose the one which looks natural? For this, see your skin tone, it will fall under either of them: 

Fair:

Although people with fair skin colour often observe redness in their skin, choosing the right blush will only enhance their natural look. Blushes with pale pink, peach colour, etc., are perfect for them. In darker shades, plum colour blush will do its job.

Medium to olive:

People with medium to olive skin tone have difficulty finding the right blush colour to balance their natural shade. They should consider their undertone. Shades of pink, peach and bronze blush, with a strategic application, suits them.

Dark:

People with dark shades need to consider pigmented shades in red, brown or orange colours. For this skin tone, both shimmery, as well as matte formulas, suit them.

Also Read: What Have You Heard About Silicone in Skincare Products?

For more Skincare news and Beauty latest updates please Like and Follow our Facebook Page and Instagram account…

About the Author: Dr. Iqra Mubashar is a registered Pharmacist originally from Lahore, Pakistan. She has earned her pharmacy degree from the University of veterinary and animal sciences, Lahore. She has completed her internship as a trainee from Children hospital, Lahore. She has completed her research work in clinical pharmacy and pharmaceutics. She has worked as a healthcare documentation head in Al-Qasim enterprises, Islamabad. She has specialized in prescription handling, drugs information, literature research, patient counseling, and pharmaceutical care planning. Her research work on coronavirus is under publication.

Exit mobile version