Here are our selections for all natural blush. Our blush products come in loose and pressed powder forms. In compacts as well as in shaker jars. Some compacts contain mirrors or applicators while others do not. Blush shades can also be used as bronzers depending upon the shades.
Gluten Free Selections
BDIH Certified Selections
Mineral Oil, Parabens, GMO Ingredients, Synthetic Dyes & Fragrances,
Some are certified
organic by the Organic Food Chain of Australia!
Samples are approximately 1/8th Teaspoon size packaged in a mini zip lock baggie or small polycon recyclable jar. Some samples may be smaller. They are designed for one or more uses depending upon the product. They are not made for reselling. They are made for individual use. These are not produced by the manufacturer, but only through Natural Solutions. The size and price were determined by the largest size container the manufacturer has available and evenly proportioned. Please read our policies under Customer Service Desk as not all items are returnable. Every person's skin is unique, and as with all cosmetics we recommend that a person apply a small amount of the product to the inner wrist for 1-2 days before applying elsewhere to ensure comfort and compatibility. We encourage everyone to read the ingredient labels carefully to avoid allergens.
HOW DO I APPLY POWDER BLUSHER? Deposit color on the top of your
cheekbone, then pull down slightly and in toward the round part of your face so
the color fades forward to just below your pupil.
HOW DO YOU USE CREAM-BASED CHEEK COLOR? Apply three dots along
your cheekbone, then blend up and out with your fingertips or a sponge. Or,
apply color to the edge of a damp sponge and gently pat up and down along your
WHEN DO YOU USE
BLUSH? Cream blush, powder blush or gel blush should all be applied after
foundation and before face powder. For extra impact and all-day color, apply
translucent face powder over the rouge or cream blush and then add powder
blusher. The powder blusher will contour cheeks and rejuvenate the color. If you
have oily skin, you may want to avoid cream-based cheek colors.
YOU APPLY BLUSHER ON AN AVERAGE FACE? Apply
blusher to the top of your cheekbone, then pull the brush down slightly to just
above the hallow of your cheek, forward at a slight angle to the round part of
your cheek just below the outside edge of your iris, then back to the top of
your cheekbone. Blend from your hairline out. The color should not extend in
past your pupil or below your nose.
HOW DO YOU APPLY BLUSHER ON A WIDER THAN AVERAGE FACE? To minimize a wide
face, try applying blusher from a wider base and in a more diagonal direction.
Start by applying color on top of your cheekbone, then gently drag the color
down to a line level with the end of your nose. Pull the color forward toward
your mouth. Stop at the line below the outside edge of your iris, then pull the
brush up at an angle back to the top of your cheekbone. Blend, working from your
hairline in and down. The color should not extend in past your pupil or below a
line halfway between your nose and mouth.
HOW DO YOU APPLY BLUSHER ON A
NARROW FACE? To minimize this shape face, or make
it appear wider, try applying your blusher from a wider base and in more
horizontal direction. Start by depositing the color on top of your cheekbone,
then gently drag the color down to a line level with the bottom of your face.
Then pull the color up toward the outside edge of your iris and back in again to
where you started. Blend, working from your hairline in and up. The color should
not extend in past your pupil or below a line halfway between your nose and your
mouth. If you need to apply more color, do so sparingly, and always work from
the hairline out rather than from the cheek in.
THAT WORK WELL WITH MOST FACES: Always use a powder blusher to modify the
width of your face. Creamy cheek colors aren't well-suited for this. Its easier
to control the placement of a color if you apply your blusher with a small
blusher brush. Use larger brushes to blend. When your blusher is too intense,
soften the effect with translucent face powder. For longer-lasting color, apply
a cream blusher before applying powder blusher.
HOW SHOULD MORE MATURE WOMEN CHOOSE THEIR BLUSH COLORS? When your
hair color becomes lighter, so should your cheek color. If your skin is dry, a
creamy cheek color will add a moist glow to your cheeks. But if you prefer to
wear a powder blusher, and many women do, be sure to blend it well, especially
if your skin is creased along the cheekbone. If your hair is silvery-gray or
white, concentrate most of the color on the round part of your cheek rather than
along the hairline, to prevent too much of a contrast. Also avoid applying any
color to the hollow of your cheek. It will weigh down your face.
GLASSES, HOW SHOULD I WEAR BLUSH? If you
wear glasses all the time, try applying color to the top of the cheekbone so
that a little of it shows through the lens. Avoid extending blusher into the
hallow of your cheek which can pull your face down.
Beauty Advice Came from the following
books: Inside Beauty, Articles from Magazines
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