Blush or Bronzer — which one? How about both?
Why not wear both Blush and Bronzer! Not everyone can wear both.
Blushes and bronzers may be used to achieve a “glowy” look, it also adds radiance to your skin regardless of what skin color type you may be. The results can be downright scary with the wrong application. Mistakes in this area will easily leave your face looking like it has been plastered in makeup and a bit like a clown.
After years of trying many different products, lots of trial and error and hours of research, Leisel Mower Director of Sisel Cosmetics and Beauty provides the following advice:
For the beauties that have light skin with pinkish under tones, SKIP THE BRONZER! Instead, use blush to highlight your cheekbones, this will make your skin glow. For you lighter ladies, red color blush complements you better as it adds the most natural flush for your skin type.
For the medium or olive skin toned ladies, using both bronzer and blush works. Its important to use a matte bronzer as it is the quickest way to a softer, natural look. The glittery and shimmery bronzer adds an unnatural finish to the skin, however medium or olive skin toned ladies can get away with using them at night to highlight cheekbones.
On the other hand, bright pink blush or soft red will amp the look, leaving a refreshed and awake look. To achieve this look, use Sisel’s Sparkle Dust (Leisel’s favorite).
For the darker beauties, bronzer is your best friend in helping to define your cheekbones and even out your complexion. For blush, choose a color that will brighten your face. Deep colors, such as plums, burgundy and deep pinks are the best choices for your skin tone.
There you have it! Share your skin tone and skin color and Sisel Beauty will help show you the best product options Sisel beauty has to offer.