10 Amazing Blushes For Indian Skin tone
Today I will be compiling a list of great blushes for Indian Skin tone. I have also attached a video with this post to make your read worthy as it will be better to see what actually the blush looks like on the skin.
The shade looks like a gorgeous raspberry pink in the pan and on may take on a coral hue as well on skin. It’s a pretty intense shade and must be used cautiously. The finish looks matte but looks more satiny on my skin. Pigmentation is amazing and just a tiny bit is needed for a single use. It has no shimmers at all which makes it wearable for work as well.
It’s a blue tone fuchsia red shade and will go well with most of the skin tones. You need a tad little bit of this product for natural rosy looking cheeks.
It is beautiful soft coral pink color with silver golden Micro-fine optical pearls which diffuse skin imperfections. The texture of the blush is smooth and soft when swatches… the shimmers are not harsh against the skin but very soft and subtle. Easily bendable without patchy feelings.
It is a deep fuschia with slight blue undertones, the texture is satiny which makes it easy to blend. This blush adds nice sheen sans any shimmers.
It is a beautiful reddish pink with cool undertones but it looks great on warm skin tones as well. The texture and finish is cream to powder and it stays for a long time.
It’s a matte tomato red blush with pink undertones. Lighter the complexion pinker it will appear on your skin. Little goes a long way with this product and it lets you achieve a pretty flushed look.
The color itself is a muted fuchsia pink which to me looks like it has a bit of an ethereal touch to it. This may be because on swatching it seems like there is a layer of frost on it, although it isn’t densely frosty. Also, this is one of those colors which is best to create a flushed look.
It’s pinkish coral which is gorgeous and very versatile. One can apply just a bit for that natural day look as well as a nice visible coat which would definitely rock any evening party look. It has fine shimmers which add to the hue, and don’t show much when blended well. It has a natural finish and the texture is soft, smooth and blends evenly without much effort.
This is basically a burnt orange shade with golden shimmers. On the first look, it appears more of a warm toned vibrant orange shade. Many makeup professional have credited this shade to be one of the universal blush shades but the right technique or art is really needed to use this with your makeup.
For more information on this checkout this video about different uses of NARS Taj Mahal Blush on Indian Skin tone.
The blush is a sheer tone shimmer finish and the color is a raspberry pink shade with a pearl scent shimmer to it. It is very intensely pigmented one has to be very careful using this to avoid going overboard.
Hope you like these suggestions! Do let me know your favorite ones among these!
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