Hourglass Blush & Bronzer: Which One Is Right For You?
It can be so hard picking the right blush shade between all of the options out there. There's the ones you like, and then the ones that will actually look good, and it's so hard to figure out which is which. But we're here to help a girl out- featuring our favorite blushes: The Hourglass Ambient Lighting series.
If you have....
Dark Skin with Warm Undertones
Your winning blush and bronzer duo would be the Radiant Bronze Light bronzer with Diffused Heat blush on the cheeks. This will give a sunkissed look via a touch of red and highlight your warm skintone.
Dark Skin with Cool Undertones
Olive Toned Girls
For our girls with a warm, medium skintone, Luminous Bronze Light will add extra warmth to your skin without overdoing it, and by adding a touch of Radiant Magenta on the apples you'll bring a bit of color to the center of your face.
Light Skin with Cool Undertones
Cool undertones on already pale skin can be frustrating when it comes to finding a light, yet not orange bronzer. For ya'll we recommend the Hourglass Nude Bronze Light Bronzer that disperses bronze bits with highlighting ones to keep the color from being too pigmented, and a bit of Ethereal Glow on the cheeks will add a touch of pink to further warm up your face.
Light Skin with Warm Undertones
With a bit of a dustier tone to balance out the warmth in your skin, the Diffused Bronze Light shade will be the perfect bronzer for the outer edges of your face, and to help shape the jaw line. Then use Luminous Flush to bring the eyes to the cheekbones.
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