A pretty flush can brighten up your complexion in a jiffy and reshape the face, stat. It can create a subtle contour on the cheeks to enhance the shape of the face. Since every girl is born with a different one, we've created a quick guide on where you should strategically apply blush to flatter your face shape.
Sometimes called the long face shape, wherein the length of the face is one-and-half times longer than its width. To balance the height of the face, swipe blush across the whole cheek slightly going upward towards the ear.
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If the forehead is wide and as the same span of the cheekbones with a tapered chin, you're lovingly heart-shaped. Apply blush on the lower part of the apples for a sweet-cheek, dolly pie look.
Celebrity Face Shape Twin: Georgina Wilson
You are considered square-shaped if you are blessed with a strong jawline that has the same width of forehead and cheekbones. To soften your sharp features, put on a faint amount of blush by the sides of the nose.
Celebrity Face Shape Twin: Anne Curtis
Youthful and sometimes labelled as babyfaced, girls with round faces have ample amounts of apples and soft angles. The forehead and jawlines are tapered, with the cheekbone as the widest part. You may sculpt the cheeks by lightly brushing on blush on the lower part of the apples up to the cheekbones.
Celebrity face shape twin: Kathryn Bernardo
Hailed as the perfect face shape because it can handle just about any hairstyle and haircut, the oval face shape have it easy with blush application as well. To maximize the beauty of your balanced face, sweep the blush on the apples going upwards to your cheekbones.
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