According to some beauty standards, my morning makeup routine is pretty intense. But surprisingly, rouge has never been a part of the routine. I’ve always thought the melanin in my skin was all the color I could ever need. The truth is black woman can find a lot of benefits in the application of blush. When the right colors are chosen, instead of distracting from our gorgeous caramel, cocoa and white chocolate complexions, they can truly compliment them. Blush can bring attention to gorgeous high cheekbones, or though contouring can create a set of cheekbones that might have gone unnoticed. It can also help you achieve a gorgeous glow. But blush can be tricky, and with one false move you can quickly go from cover girl to clown. Before choosing a formula or perfecting a technique, the most important move you’ll want to make is selecting the right shade for your skin tone.
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