|1. If your face is too slender, create an illusion of width. Put your blusher on the curve of the cheek, slightly away from the nose. Blend it well, out and above to the temples.|
2. If your face is square and heavy along the jaw line, soften the angles of the jaw line by shadowing. You should pat on blusher and then blend down across the square part.
3. Make-up that looks just fine in the sunshine can look faded and washed out under artificial lighting. For the evenings use warmer and deeper colors.
4. If your face is too full, use a little blusher on the high part of the cheek, closer to the nose. Blend gently across the too full area.
5. A soft blending of rouge under the jaw line or chin takes away a heavy drooping effect your jaw line can look more clear-cut with this trick for the evening.
6. To focus extra attention on eyes and mouth, circle the outer edge of the face very lightly with blusher.
7. To accentuate the cheek bones for evening makeup, use a liquid foundation shade lighter than usual. Apply it with little pats on the top of the cheek bones and on to the corners of the nose. Blend it well.
8. Powder blushers give you color without shine - oily skins should avoid cream blushers.
9. If your complexion is too pale, don't use a pink foundation. Select a clear natural foundation for a natural look.
Consider avoiding very dark eye shadows and lipsticks. They would make you look too intense and tired. Practice dull rust or brown eyeshades. For cheeks, chin and forehead, use a soft blusher
10. Does your face look terribly oily halfway through the day? Your skin can look and stay natural and soft all day if you try this trick: take a blusher brush, clean it with cool water and allow drying.
Sprinkle some baby powder into the open bristles. Dust the powder over your face before applying your foundation.