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Colosé - Swiss Made Blush
Find a blush brush that perfectly fits the size of the apple of your
cheek when you smile. Anything bigger than that, and you'll get blush
where you don't want it. You really don't need a huge blush brush for
color. Those are meant for shimmery powders.
Pick up your blush by lightly tapping the blush with the tips of the
bristles. If you are sweeping the brush across the color, you'll pick
up about 10 x more color than you need, and you waste alot of product.
Just tap the ends of the bristles about 2-3 times onto the color. Shake
off any excess. You should barely be able to see the color on the brush.
Don't worry, you do have enough on.
When applying blush, don't "sweep" or "stroke" the color across the
cheeks. You'll usually end up streaking the color on, and then having
to go back to 'correct' and 'blend'. Instead, smile, and tap on gently
going across your cheeks. By tapping the color onto the brush,and then
tapping in onto the cheeks........ you'll avoid excess color, streaking
and more. Tapping on blends the color for you and you can always add more
if you want.
Color too bright? Swipe your blush brush across a Kleenex to clean
off any excess, and then pick up some loose pwder. Sweep over and blend
your blush into your skin. You'll get a softer, more 'real' look to your
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