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Freelance makeup artist Erica Maniscalco teaches you how to apply blush evenly.
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Hi my name is Erika Maniscalco and I am freelance makeup artist. I am going to show you the difference between applying cream and powder blush. The benefit of using a cream blush is that it gives a nice little color on the cheek and it also last longer throughout the day.
Once you are finished with your application of applying your concealer foundation and eye makeup, you are going to take the cream blush and apply it to the back of the hand, so you can control the amount that goes onto the face. Gently take some color and dab it on the cheek bone. And with your sponge, blend it into the hairline in an upward motion. If you want more of a pop-up color to the face, go with the powder blush.
Once you finished your look, you are going to apply your blush to the cheek bone in an upward motion towards the hairline. The key to not applying too much blush is to take the excess and dab it on the back of your hand. Another great thing about powder blush is it can be used to contour the cheek bone.
To contour the cheek bone, take a shade darker than the blush and apply it one inch below the cheek bone in an upward motion towards the ear. With a clean brush, blend the two colors together in a circular motion to avoid sharp contrast between the two shades. To complete your look, take some color and dab it on the forehead and chin. And be careful not to apply too much color. And just remember regardless of what type of blush you use, less is more. I am Erika Maniscalco, thanks for watching.