MAC Extra Dimension Blush
Marc Jacobs Air Blush Duo
Chanel Les Bieges Healthy Glow Color Stick
- When you are feeling slightly flirty, and feel like going a little extra with your blush, then you can definitely reach out for warmer pinks, peach shades, light oranges and browns. To achieve this look, make sure you get slightly pigmented colors which aren’t completely translucent. Cream based blushes are perfect for this, but you can also check out a number of amazing powder-based blushes which can get the job done for you. Here are our favorite options.
Too Faced Sweethearts Blush
Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush
MAC Well Dressed Blush
- If you are an experimental person when it comes to makeup, but are being restricted by your combination skin and don’t know how to rock your makeup while keeping your skin safe at the same time, this tip is for you. You can go right ahead and choose the boldest and brightest colors for your cheek color like reds, pinks, corals and oranges. However, the key is to use the right blush. If you are using a fluffy brush, then you will get a more even toned look. But if you want a bold and striking look, you either use an angular brush, or your hands to get the desired effect. Here are the best blushes for that bold and bright makeup look.
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NYX Lightweight Powder Blush
Urban Decay Afterglow 8-Hour Powder Blush
Lipstick Queen pH Sensitive Color Changing Crème Blush
These were our top picks for the best blush for combination skin that is out there. However, if you feel that a particular blush that hasn’t made it on this list is more suited for your skin, or is a color which doesn’t usually complement your skin tone but complements yours anyway, then go right ahead and use it. The world is legit your oyster when it comes to makeup that you love and feel confident in.
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