Natural-looking makeup is in from enhancing your skin to rocking natural brows. So, why not go that same route with your blush. For this, go for a cheek tint. They blend into your skin and they’re smudge-proof too. Cheek tints can look opaque in it’s packaging but the product is buildable and fades into a natural color on the skin. Some of them even double as lip stains too, making your overall look seamless.
Here are some cheek tints you can try to enhance the rosy color of your skin.
Glossier’s Cloud Paint has quickly become a holy grail product for beauty junkies. The gel-cream formula is sheer so you can use it to enhance the natural rosiness of your skin. It is also buildable so you can apply more if you are looking for extra color. Puff is a baby pink shade that looks good on all skin tones. It also has a seamless finish, which means you won’t get any streaks on your face. Available online.
If you’re a fan of Benefit’s Benetint and Gogotint, try their Chachatint. This cheek stain has a more tropical coral color so it gives the skin a more bronze-looking glow. It comes in a mini size so you can keep it in your purse for touch-ups or travel makeup bag. Available at Green belt 5.
Becca’s Beach Tint comes in eight shades but raspberry is the most interesting one as it has a plum hue. Pat this on your cheeks and add some to your lips for a seamless look. The tint is infused with antioxidant Vitamin E, which repairs and soothes skin. Available on Sephora PH.
For a natural-looking flush, try theBalm’s Stainiac. It has a vibrant red color that is gel-based and enriched with aloe. Blend it using your favorite brush or your fingertips. Available at Beauty Bar, Shangri-La Plaza.
If you want a more subtle hint of color on your cheeks, try this stain in dusty rose. It’s a buildable product that you can add on your cheeks and under your lips for a natural-looking pout. Available at Glorietta 3.
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