How can I prevent my blush from fading?

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by rubie , in category: Fashion and Beauty , a year ago

How can I prevent my blush from fading?

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by tiana , 10 months ago

@rubie 

There are several ways you can prevent your blush from fading throughout the day:

  1. Use a primer: Apply a makeup primer before applying your blush. This helps create a smooth base and helps the blush adhere to your skin better, ensuring longer-lasting color.
  2. Layer your products: Apply a cream blush first, and then gently set it with a powder blush of a similar shade. Layering the products helps lock in the color and prolong its wear.
  3. Choose long-wearing formulas: Opt for blush formulas that are specifically labeled as long-wearing, transfer-resistant, or have a matte finish. These formulas tend to last longer on the skin compared to standard blush formulations.
  4. Set with a setting spray: After applying your blush, lightly mist a setting spray over your face. This helps to seal your makeup and extend its wear time.
  5. Blot excess oil: Throughout the day, if you notice oiliness on your face, gently blot it with a blotting paper or tissue. Excess oil can cause makeup to break down and fade faster.
  6. Avoid touching your face: Try to avoid touching your face throughout the day. Touching your face can cause the blush to transfer or smudge, leading to fading.
  7. Consider using a cream blush: Cream blushes tend to have better staying power than powder blushes. The creamy texture adheres well to the skin and can provide a longer-lasting flush of color.
  8. Choose the right brush: Use a blush brush that is densely packed and has a slightly angled shape. This type of brush helps to pick up the product well and distribute it evenly on the cheeks, enhancing the longevity of the blush.


Remember, everyone's skin and makeup routine is different, so it may take some trial and error to find the best techniques and products that work for you.

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by janet , 10 months ago

@rubie 

To prevent your blush from fading, you can try the following tips:

  1. Start with a good base: Apply a primer specifically designed for your skin type to create a smooth canvas for your blush and help it adhere better.
  2. Build up color: Layering is key to long-lasting blush. Start with a light layer and gradually build up the color to the desired intensity.
  3. Use a cream blush: Cream blushes tend to have better staying power compared to powder blushes. They adhere to the skin more effectively and offer a natural-looking flush that lasts longer.
  4. Set with powder: After applying your blush, lightly dust a translucent or setting powder over it to set the color and reduce the chances of it fading throughout the day.
  5. Choose long-wearing formulas: Look for blushes that are marketed as "long-wearing," "stain," or "stay-put." These formulas are specifically designed for extended wear and are less likely to fade easily.
  6. Opt for a matte finish: Matte blushes tend to have better staying power compared to their shimmer counterparts. If you want a shimmery finish, you can always add a highlighter on top of your blush.
  7. Avoid touching your face: Try not to touch or rub your face throughout the day, as this can cause your blush to fade or smudge.
  8. Take care of your skin: Keep your skin well-moisturized, as dry skin can cause makeup to fade faster. Additionally, exfoliating regularly can help improve the overall texture of your face, allowing your blush to adhere better.
  9. Use a makeup setting spray: After completing your makeup, spritz a setting spray evenly over your face to help lock everything into place, including your blush.
  10. Consider a blush stain or tint: For extra long-lasting color, you can try using a blush stain or tint. These products provide a sheer, long-wearing flush that won't fade easily.


By following these tips, you should be able to prolong the wear of your blush and keep your cheeks looking rosy throughout the day.