Sometimes it's hard to trust "one size fits all," but with these makeup shades, it's true. The plethora of color choices in the makeup aisle can be overwhelming to anyone. Just keep reading to find out the top no-fail colors for eyes, lips, and cheeks.
For more va va voom and less clutter, try Becca's Beach Tint Creme Blush. It's a beauty 2-for-1 that will keep your lips and cheeks refreshed while keeping your makeup bag light. Less is more with this creamy lip-and-cheek stain that gives you a natural hint of color that lasts all day long. As an added bonus, when you purchase this creme blush, you'll get a free gift with purchase: this Babor duo cleansing kit! On Kirbie: Topshop.
Dewy but not shiny, this creamy stick allows you to swipe on highly pigmented color with ease. You'll love how sheer and natural-looking it is as a blush, but that it can be layered to create more intense effects. It doesn't pool or clump, either. So you'll get that lit-from-within glow sans the greasiness. Besides, it smells like a dream, hydrates the complexion, and can even be dabbed onto the lips. How's that for a transition?
Transform powder blush: To create a cream blush in an instant, shave a bit of pressed powder blush with a highlighter, like Benefit's High Beam. Mix together and apply on the cheeks for a subtly shimmery complexion. This combination is available in three new cheek and lip kits ($28 each).
Make a cheek tint glow: For a lit-from-within effect, apply highlighter in a large dot on the apple of your cheek. Add a cheek tint in the middle and blend, adding more color as desired.
If you're a fan of Benefit Cosmetics' cult favorite box 'o powder blushes (think: Bella Bamba, Dandelion, Dallas, Coralista, Hoopla, and Sugarbomb), you're going to love this news. The fun-loving brand is set to release lip glosses inspired by each of these popular complexion enhancers!
The new glosses will be in stores later this month, but this Friday the 8th, you can get your hands (and lips) on them early in a one-day-only flash sale in select cities. Peep the glosses up close, and discover which locations will be previewing the flattering new colors now.
Nothing says Spring quite like flushed, lightly sun-kissed cheeks. Orange-pink blushes in coral, peach, and orangesicle were seen copiously on the runways. Modern and classic designers alike amplified this trend — Isabel Marant, Max Mara, and Valentino were just a few that proved that a coral-hued blush works for both casual and evening looks. Take a peek at the various ways you can make a coral blush work for you.
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