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loveandfear971 asked:

30 Jan 2010

What\'s a good blush, tha would go with my skin tone?

I'm wanting a good blush to try out, that's not too pricy but good quality and that will go with my skin tone. I have a golden/olive skin.



barbipixi says:

Posted on 30 Jan 2010

have you heard of using hot coco? you take a packet of hot chocolate in powder form (before you mix milk or water with the powder)

and roll a brush around in it on a plate. tap off the excess and use it like blush it's pretty cool

lol anywho you can use a shade that's slightly darker than your skin and can even have a pinkish hue you probly don't want to get just a light pink color that won't look natural


barbipixi says:

Posted on 30 Jan 2010

ps i never use blush i just don't see the use of it for me and alot of people don't have to wear it either.

also you can pinch your cheeks and they will turn a nice shade that is close to what you should look for if you're going to buy one


fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 30 Jan 2010

cover girl has a good blush. if you dont break it or use too much blush can last forever so dont stress about it costing a lot you will not run out for a long time. maybelline also has good blush. get a powder though dont get a cream


misssamantha_ says:

Posted on 30 Jan 2010

Coral pink blush is your best bet, for your skin tone. I prefer cream blush, because its more natural-looking, but feel free to experiment with powder versions, etc, until you find a texture that works for you. Hope this helps!

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