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BLUSH AND BRONZER

BLUSH, BRONZER, AND FACE PALETTES

Blush & Bronzer

Blush & Bronzer

2 products
2 products

NU LIP & CHEEK BALMY TINT BY YSL

New skincare-makeup hybrid. Lightweight creamy tinted care to nourish and naturally enhance your lips & cheeks.

Old price New price £22.00
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Flush
Couture Blush
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Couture Blush

YSL Beauty’s first wet technology inspired blusher

Old price New price £38.00
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Blusher and Bronzer FAQs

Find out how to give your face colour and dimension with blusher and bronzer.

How to apply blusher?

It depends on the blusher formula, your face shape, and the look you want to achieve. In general, we’d suggest smiling into the mirror and applying blusher to the apples of the cheeks, and slightly taking the colour upwards towards the temples to highlight the cheekbones. For personalised advice that’s just right for you and your blusher needs, book a 1:1 Virtual Makeup Consultation with one of our expert makeup advisors.

Where to apply blusher?

Blusher is usually applied to the cheeks, but you can break the rules and apply it wherever you like! In general, we’d suggest smiling into the mirror and applying blush to the apples of the cheeks, and slightly taking the colour upwards towards the temples to highlight the cheekbones. For personalised advice that’s just right for you and your blusher needs, book a 1:1 Virtual Consultation with one of our expert makeup advisors.

What is bronzer used for?

Bronzer gives depth to the skin and is often applied to the areas where the sun would hit the skin, such as the top of the cheekbones, temples and down the nose. It helps to give skin a sun-kissed, warm, and healthy glow. Bronzer can also be used to define the plains of the face when applied to the areas where natural shadows fall such as below the cheekbones and under the jawline.

How to apply bronzer and blusher?

Bronzer gives depth to the skin and is often applied to the areas where the sun would naturally hit the skin, such as the top of the cheekbones, temples and down the nose. Blusher is usually applied to the apples of the cheeks, and upwards towards the temples to highlight the cheekbones. For personalised advice that’s just right for you and your bronzer and blusher needs, book a 1:1 online virtual consultation with one of our expert makeup advisors.

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