For many years, particularly in the 1980s, it was all about the blush on the apples of your face. Makeup artists applied loads of blush higher on the face, all the way to the forehead, to create the appearance of a facelift. I can’t believe how intense this was.
Blush must be more realistic this time around according to the latest trends. It’s not as delicate as the ’90s blush, but it’s not as drastic as the uplifted blush we tested last year. It’s all about having a sunburned appearance these days. The fact that we never get sunburned is obvious, right? We can mimic a tan on our faces in the same way we fake a tan on our bodies these days.
Even though it’s not for everyone, the sunburn blush trend has been exploding in popularity on social media platforms like Tik Tok and Instagram. This is not to be mistaken for a real sunburn on your skin. Remember that no burn is good for you, particularly on the face.
It’s all about mimicking the sun’s natural flush of color over the face’s high points with this blush method, which works equally well with either cream or powder blush. Choosing a color that complements your skin tone is the most important part of the process. If you’re unsure what color to choose, go with a light rose or delicate pink.
There are many shades of blush to choose from, so we’ve compiled a comprehensive list for you as per usal.
Let’s start with a pink-bronze shade for the day. You can have this shade of blush, particularly when you go for bold and glamorous makeup. Adding glow to your blush is another way to make it more glamorous.