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Why Liquid Blush is More & More Popular?

2022/08/09

Few years ago the only option for applying makeup blush was powder. That period has passed. Including though we are a nostalgic lot in general, we are glad to be saying goodbye to this outdated way of thinking. Powder cosmetics, in particular foundation, bronzer, and blush, tend to give the appearance of dry, cakey skin when applied to the face. The liquid is a hidden weapon you should start using as soon as possible if glowing, natural-looking skin with a boost of youthfulness is one of your goals.

 

Reasons of the popularity of liquid blush

Blush imparts an appearance of youthful vibrancy and overall attractiveness to the face. There is a wide selection of color ranges available for the many types of skin tones. However, when purchasing a blush, in addition to selecting the product's color, be careful to choose the texture you want. When applying a liquid blush, one does not use the same technique as when applying a powder blush or a blush mousse. The application of a liquid blush is different. So, what exactly is the difference between the various textures of blush?

 

In terms of how they are applied to the skin and how they appear on the face, there is a clear distinction between powder blush and liquid blush. Most liquid blushes have a considerably longer wear time than their powder counterparts, are easier to blend into the face, can be built up gradually, and provide a hydrated flush that won't cause your complexion to seem dry. When you're going for a look that's more natural and young, powder blush might make your cheeks seem flat or matte, which is the opposite of what you want.

 

When applying liquid blush, you can use your fingers, a stipple makeup brush, or a beauty sponge. Additionally, you can choose from various finishes, depending on whether you want something that is really glow or something that is more understated. It is also possible to add powder blush on top of liquid blush to get a more pigmented burst.

 Banffee liquid blush

Different effects of blush and their advantages

The impact you want to achieve is another factor that should guide your decision regarding the texture of blush. Powder blushes are the way to go if you're going for a velvety face. This blush works very well with every kind of foundation. It's best to go for a cream or foam blush if you want your complexion to seem radiant. When applied to the cheeks as a cream or foam, blush can draw light to the area where it is placed. Applying a large amount of product is not required to have an excellent cosmetic look. If you choose to use a powder foundation, on the other hand, the foam blush will not stay in place. The liquid blush gives the appearance of a natural flush to the cheeks and has the added benefit of performing well.

 

What kind of blush texture is appropriate for which type of skin?

Know that the texture of your blush has to correspond with the nature of your skin before you go out and get it. Picking the right blush may be difficult since it depends on whether your skin is oily or dry, which puts your makeup in danger. If you have dry skin, you should avoid placing blush powder on your cheeks. It has the potential to accentuate fine lines and wrinkles as well as dry out your skin.

 liquid blush

Choose something with a creamier consistency, like a blush mousse. On the other hand, those with oily skin should avoid blushes that come in the shape of cream or mousse since the glossy look would make their skin condition seem much worse. All skin types may use liquid colors because of their versatility.


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