Blushes - colour guide

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It will make your face look younger and slimmer, with a touch of unique personality. A perfect addition to your image. What exactly is it? A blush! A well-matched blush makes your skin look healthy and adds a final touch to your makeup. It can perfectly revive your skin tone, sculpt your face shape, and accentuate your cheekbones. A well-matched… Exactly! How to match the right tone? It is crucial to match the blush tone with your type of beauty. Cold types will match perfectly with the tones which have the addition of pink pigment – these may be saturated violets, greyish pinks as well as light, pastel tones. On the other hand, women with warm skin tone should definitely choose peach or apricot blushes, namely the blushes with the addition of orange pigment. Below, you can find a few helpful hints.

  1. Women with pale complexion should choose the tones of cold pink, fuchsia or red.
  2. Light, creamy complexion will match nicely with various tones of pink, beige, apricot, and peach.
  3. Women with the complexion with the shades of yellow are recommended to choose peach tones of satin or semi-transparent texture.
  4. Women with warm-beige complexion should choose blushes with peach tones.
  5. Olive complexion goes well with the blushes of coral, copper or rose-coloured shades with the tones of gold. Brown will also match perfectly, highlighting the warm colour of olive-type complexion.
  6. Dark-skinned complexion matches well with the blushes of vivid apricot, peach, orange, and coral tones. These tones will look naturally. The violet and pink tone will highlight the natural tone of the complexion. Toned down blueberry will highlight the dark tone of the complexion, while the raspberry will make the skin look fresh.
  7. For dark complexion, raisin-coloured and flame orange tones are the perfect matches.

What about women with couperose skin or with the tendency to redness? Typically, pink-like blush will only intensify the red face effect. Thus, it is better to use apricot and salmon-coloured tones which, owing to warm yellowish tones, will neutralise the redness effect.

Salmon-coloured and pinkish warm tones

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Sweet Melon

Warm blush with melon-coloured tones, sweetened with a gorgeous, vivid pink colour. A sunny, salmon-coloured coral. It has quite visible, golden and shiny brightening particles. It makes the skin look healthy. Compared to Coral Fantasy, it has more intense and deep colour, containing a bit more of the pinkish pigments. It will perfectly highlight the olive suntan and glitters nicely in the sun. Perfect for warm types of beauty.

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Coral Fantasy

Warm salmon-coloured coral; subtler version of Sweet Melon colour. It has less pinkish and less “vivid” tones. It also contains very limited tones of brown. You should apply this richly pigmented blush gradually. It is opaque with slightly “velvet” finish. The more you rub it, the warmer it gets. It will perfectly highlight your suntan and darker complexion.

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Warm peachy and apricot colours. They are great neutralisers of redness in couperose skin.

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Soft Coral

The lightest colour within the group. It is of milky, peach-coloured cocktail tone. It has a satin, opalescent finish with no particles. It leaves a reflective surface on the skin. It may be used as a soft, nude-coloured, transparent highlighter. Lighter and less intense than Sweet Nectar. It contains a bit less yellow pigments. It is a perfect choice for “redheads” and medium complexions with yellow tones. It can neutralise redness in couperose skin.

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Sweet Nectar

Intermediate colour from this group. It has powdery, satin finish. It is a dimmed, non-gaudy colour. Rather apricot like than orange like. It has no visible glittering particles. Darker, more intense and less milky version of Soft Coral. Lighter and more nude tone than Misty Rust. It can neutralise redness in couperose skin.

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Misty Rust

The darkest of the tones within this category. It is opaque with slightly satin finish. It contains brick-red pigments. A deep colour, slightly dimmed with a bit of brown and tiny amounts of grey. Intense, very well pigmented. Fairly darker and more intense than Sweet Nectar. Less „vivid” and more „brick-red” than Sensual Peach. Perfect for intermediate complexions with yellow tones. It can neutralise the redness in couperose skin.

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Sensual Peach

It contains visible silver and copper-like glittering particles. Warm and fresh. This colour is similar in terms of its intensity to the dimmed Misty Rust, however it is more „vivid”. It has more peach and orange pigments. Perfect for intermediate complexions with yellow tones. It can neutralise the redness in couperose skin.

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Colours with a touch of pink and warm brown. These are ambiguous, transient colours which, depending on the complexion, may be warm or cold. Already pink, but still with a lot of warm tones.

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Sandstone

Pastel, milky colour with opaque finish. Toned-down and elegant. Not very intense. The lightest tone within the group. It is the one which contains the highest amount of pink pigments, however used by women with colder complexion, it would look like soft peach. Similar to Terra Cotta, however it contains more pink pigments. Milkier and more pastel. Comparing to Cinnamon Heart, it is more delicate, lighter and less pigmented.

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Terra Cotta

It is an intermediate colour within this group when it comes to intensity. It is a bit warmer, a bit darker and slightly more intense than Sandstone. It is definitely lighter than Cinnamon Heart. This is its less intense, milkier, and less deep equivalent. As if it was less saturated. Opaque finish, very natural and becoming colour. Perfect for dark, olive complexions.

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Cinnamon Heart

A colour of cinnamon bark; the darkest one within this group. Intense, richly pigmented, bold colour with opaque finish. It has an addition of brown, slightly red-brick tones. Much darker, more intense version of Terra Cotta. It beautifully highlights cheekbones, may be used both as a blush and a modelling bronzer, if used sparely. Perfect for dark, olive complexion.

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Cold, brown-pink colours. There are no warm, yellow pigments, but pinkish, cold-brown and smokey.

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Dusty Pink

Very light, milky tone. Pink, grey, heather-like, dimmed colours predominate. A soft, averagely pigmented colour. It has an opaque finish. Much lighter than Poison Berry, with more heather-like tones. When rubbed with brush more intensely, it becomes more precise, but much lighter, milky and less “dense” equivalent of Poison Berry. The heather-tone pigments disappear and only slight brown ones remain.

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Poison Berry

A deep, dark colour with predominating strong, cold brown tones. Very intense; it has a glittering finish in cold tones. Small particles beautifully reflect light. A darker, shimmering equivalent of smeared Dusty Pink. Comparing to similarly intense Cinnamon Heart, it is colder and has no addition of brick-red pigments.

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Pink-heather colours with an addition of subtle brown. Definitely cold colours, nicely mixing with the skin when thoroughly spread. The blushes from this group highlight the natural tone of intermediate complexion.

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Blushing Berry

Intense blush with strong pigmentation. Dimmed, deep colour. So-called dirty pink. In this case, a very dirty pink, with a slight addition of nude-like and greyish pigments. When thoroughly spread, a slight touch of browns is uncovered. It has an opaque finish. Very similar in its intensity and colour to Dusky Rose, however a bit more nude-like.

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Dusky Rose

Intense blush with strong pigmentation. Dimmed, deep colour. Dirty, dark pink with a slight touch of nude and greyish pigments. When thoroughly spread, a slight addition of browns is uncovered. It has an opaque finish. A slight addition of pinkish pigments differs it from Blushing Berry. It is as much deep, but slightly more intense, “heavier”.

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Classic Berry

A fine blush of intense, deep colour. It includes heather tones, dimmed browns and greys. It gives opalescent, heather finish with no shimmering particles. What makes it different from Dusky Rose and Blushing Berry is the intensity of pigments, the predominance of violets and opalescence. When applying tiny amounts of blush with puff, its tone stays more cold heather-like, but when spread with brush, the brown pigments become more visible.

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Typically pink colours. Gorgeous, cold and classic. They match cold, light complexion.

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Pale Jasper

The lightest tone within this group. It is a very milky, raspberry cocktail. Very delicate. After the application on the skin, it leaves a fine mist. It has an opaque finish with light satin. What makes it different from Baroque Rose and Kiss and Tell is a slightly colder tone and intensity. It is a little bit more dimmed and much lighter.

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Innocence

It ranks second in terms of colour intensity within this group. This is still a milky, raspberry cocktail, but with less milk and a tiny hint of fresh strawberry. Very delicate. After application on the skin, it also leaves a delicate mist. Opaque finish with light satin. What makes it different from Baroque Rose and Kiss and Tell is that it is slightly more intense. It is a little bit more dimmed and much lighter.

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Plum Blossom

It ranks third in terms of colour intensity in this group. It is darker and more dimmed comparing to Innocence. It is lighter than Rosy Temptation. It has an opaque finish. It leaves the skin slightly satin.

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Rosy Temptation

It ranks fourth in terms of colour intensity within this group. It is of similar intensity as Baroque Rose, however it is less “vivid”. It gives opaque, slightly satin finish.

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Baroque Rose

Deeply pinkish colour; an intensive classic blush. More “vivid” than Rosy Temptation. It has less grey pigments. It has an opaque finish with a slightly satin mist. This is not a delicate blush, however it is extremely becoming. The intensity of this colour in similar to Rosy Temptation.

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Kiss and Tell

Classic blush. Beautifully satin, leaving chilly illumination. As if combined with cold brightener. It contains no shimmering particles and nicely reflects light. One may say that this is a fine equivalent of Baroque Rose

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