Neutral Blushes for Brides
Blush is a very important part of makeup. Without it your look will be incomplete. It can either make your look, your break it. Right shade of blushes when worn in a right manner can work wonders for your face.
Blushes on wedding day will add some more blushes on the already blushing brides. Yes, blush on your D-day is very important to get that impeccable glow on your face.
Few months back I have posted a list of best blushes for brides, but the list mainly consisted of beautiful shimmery blushes with gorgeous sheen. But not all of us are comfortable in such shades or finishes. So today Iâ€™ll be listing some beautiful neutral blushes for the brides.
The color can be best described as a pink with a distinct beige. It’s this inclusion of beige that makes this so wearable and a versatile shade as well. This blush is from the Sheertone finish range which means it’s supposed to go on quite sheer. It has absolutely no shimmer which is great for working gals and blush virgins alike. This blush, despite being a sheertone finish blush, is insanely pigmented and stays for about 5hrs without fading.
A peachy brown shade .This shade is going to look gorgeous on most Indian olive skin tone. It has absolutely no shimmer which is great for working gals and blush virgins alike. This blush, despite being a sheertone finish blush, is insanely pigmented and stays for about 5hrs without fading.
Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge for Lips and Cheeks in Summer Tan
It does look like a muddy rose in the pot, but pretty neutral on cheeks. If you want a flush that’s super natural then reach for this without any second thoughts. The colour doesn’t run red or pink or peach at all and works great to define cheeks and jaw lines. You can use it as a contouring matte bronzer as well.
Soft honey-peachy colored blush that would suit any skin tone. Such a beautiful neutral blush. I love this blush. A very unique shade that doesn’t lean too much towards pink, red or plum, just adds a natural peachy-beige flush to your cheeks. It is matte with the tiniest bit of golden sparkle in the pan. You really have to look up close to see the golden micro shimmers. When you apply it on cheeks, it’s completely matte. t has a soft powdery texture and applies smoothly on cheeks. Being a powder-blusher, you can’t put too much on because then it will look too chalky or powdery, but if applied sparingly it gives a really natural, beautiful and feminine flushed look.
The color is a warm light coffee shade with a hint of pink and on cheeks pretty neutral. It is completely matte without any sign of glitter or shimmer. The matte finish blush and is decently pigmented. It’s buildable to an extent and what I like best about this is the tint of pink which ensures that this doesn’t look muddy at all. Texture is soft and easy to blend.
As the name suggests it’s a very neutral earthy tone blush which shows more as a blush on fairer skin people and as a contour blush for those with whitish to dusky skin. It may not be suitable for darker skin tones as it may not suit that well. This blush is very smooth and glides on well on skin.
This shade is a beautiful nude peach color with a matte finish. The color is on the pale side and will be very flattering on light to medium skin tones, on darker skin tones it might not show up well even after layering the darker shades would be a better option to go with in that case. I love neutral warm blushes for everyday wear and this one is perfect .Because the color is on the lighter side, I need to layer it twice to show up in its full intensity. It gives a nice wash of color to the cheeks looking extremely natural.
A limited edition from holiday 2012 blush set. It looks quite brown in the pan but has just enough rosiness and shimmer to make it a really good neutral blush. It is a long-wearing, supremely soft blush infused with Amazonian clay harvested from the banks of the Amazon River and naturally baked by the sun.
While selecting your blushes for the D-day, beside the shade, you have to keep in mind the quality as well. The blush should be decently pigmented and definitely long staying. Otherwise it’ll vanish before you complete your pheras.
Which one is your favorite neutral blush?
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