Cream blushes work better than powder, especially in winter. And the best part about cream blush they’re a more hydrating and won’t accentuate dry skin. If you’re looking to shift your complexion from flat & tried to instantly luminous use a cream blush.
Cream blushes are “dynamic bursts of color” and tend to look a bit more natural on the skin. Blend on top of your foundation or on bare skin. They have more staying power than a powder and don’t need a primer to cling. Simple to apply just blend with your fingers, brush or sponge. If you apply too much, you can take some product away with a dampened sponge. Creams have a reputation for being too pigmented so apply lightly and know your products before getting too smudge-happy.
Combination to oily skin cream blushes can be a bit tricky. make sure to use a primer and an oil-control setting powder and your cream blush will stay put much longer. Makeup pros suggest not layering setting powder on top of cream blush rather apply directly to the foundation, set it with powder, and then add just a little more cream blush. The layering is key for a long lasting look!
It also makes for a fool-proof lip color. Just tap the same blush you used on your cheeks onto your lips. You won’t have to worry about finding the right lip color to go with your blush because using the same product on both cheeks and lips will ensure a perfect match.