4/11/10

Blush Tips: Getting Your Most Perfect Application

4.11.10

I find that lots of people have an issue finding the most flattering place to apply blush. Seems simple enough-- Just apply it to your cheeks right? For some, finding their "apples" can be difficult. Even if you think you've got the "apples" part down, there are a few other things to consider that will make the overall process super easy and deliver more flattering results. Check out the video for more!



33 comments:

  1. mmmmmhmmmm i think i put mine on the edges a little too much...
    thank you! xoxo

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  2. the video was super helpful!!! i loved it. <3 thank you tiffany!

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  3. OH EM GEE thank you for posting this!!! I've been waiting for a guru to do this forever!!

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  4. Great tutorial (as always) thanks!!!

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  5. great video tiffany! you really know what you're talking about and i love how fun and down to earth you are!! keep up the amazing job!

    xoxo,

    crazyforcouture19.blogspot.com

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  6. Love this, thank you so much! My mom and I saw your pink blush tutorial yesterday and realized we didn't know how to apply blush correctly...so great timing too! :)

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  7. I've been on a major blush kick since your Kim K. glowy blush tutorial. Thanks for this, I've never been so mindful of how I hold my brush during application. Now I know why I sometimes look boderline clownish!

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  8. thanks tiffany! this was VERY helpful for me. :) when I smile, my apples stick out tremendously, so putting the color on it directly seriously makes me look insane.

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  9. Tiffany, I've got a question. How do you make your blush last throughout the day? I use primer, even a make-up setting spray, but within a few hours of me applying my make-up, my blush is gone and I look washed out :-S Any tips or suggestions?

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  10. you have such beautiful skin! thanks for this video. i cant wait to try this tip!

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  11. Thanks!!!! i always have so much trouble with the application...

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  12. Just wanted to let you know that I love your blog & Ive nominated you for a Sunshine award!

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  13. I'm sure you've been asked a million times, but I was wondering, what's your skin type (MAC)? I'm an NW25, and swatched Orgasm yesterday and just did. not. like. it. Sin, on the other hand, looked lovely. Now, I did swatch on my wrist, so I may not have gotten a correct picture. Just curious.

    Love your blog and your videos. :) You're my fave YT mu guru.

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  14. you're adorable :D i really like when you smile and this video is really helpful for me. thanks.

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  15. Great video. Thank you for the tutorial.

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  16. thans for the video. I was going to ask you about blush , because yours looks natural and very well placed all the time, thanks again

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  17. thanks for the vid :) you always have awesome tips

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  18. Hey Tiffany!

    I've been reading your blog for about a month now, and I have to say I just love it!! Great blush tutorial!

    Regards from a brazilian fan!

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  19. Hey Tiffany! Great video!! I'm so excited I'm going to a M.A.C. Trend Show on Saturday...can't wait to see all the new stuff!!

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  20. omg!! Thank you sooo much for the blush video!!
    I never realised how qrong i was applying my blusher, until i watched this amazing video!! Now its perfect and its thanks to you huni!

    Much love form England!!
    lea xxx

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  21. Thank you simple words and simple applications. So many beauty bloggers talk a little more than necessary which makes the process seem complicated. ;)

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  22. Tiffany, I think you're really very informative and it's all been a great help. I'm 25 and suffering from under the skin, cystic (maybe hormonal?) acne. I go to bed with my face in pain and I wake up and it's the same feeling, no matter what kinds of creams I put on. Have you ever come across a very good cleanser, toner, or moisturizer for this sort of problem. I would really like to know your opinion. Thanks!

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  23. tiffany, u looked so cute when you were puffing your cheeks/funny face~ :)

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  24. Hi Tiffany, what is the name of the blush in this tutorial, I didn't catch it?

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  25. Thank you Tiffany for this tutorial. I totally love all your tutorials, keep posting hehe :)

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  26. I think that was probabily one of your most helpful, great tutorials!!!! at least for me, it completely changed the way I do my blush!!! THANK YOU TIFFANY!!

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  27. I used this application method for a special event I went to this weekend and the results were great! I do believe I was applying my blush too close to my nose and not on the true apple of my cheek. Thanks so much!

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  28. I used this application method for a special event I went to this weekend and the results were great! I was applying the blush too close to my nose and not on the true apple of my cheeks. Thanks for another great tutorial!

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  29. This is an excellent observation...many of us buy very expensive blush but unable to use it the right way to get the best effec6t and look good.The application sometimes made near the nose creates a joker like effect.

    organic foundation

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  30. I love all of your blogs. This one was definitely helpful, and I was surprised that you also LOVE Nars Orgasm. I don't use any other color! Do you have a fake eyelash tutorial??

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