As an essential part of any natural makeup look, a touch of blush is the perfect way to naturally enhance your best features and add a natural glow to your makeup.
For all of the blushing brides amongst us, we’re giving you the ultimate guide on how to apply blush for your wedding day.
From choosing the perfect shade of blush to mastering the right application, we are shining the spotlight on our blush products
so you can create healthy rosy cheeks and give your whole face an instant glow - everything you want for your special day! With only the best bridal brush, we are bringing you the ultimate blush guide to help you create your dream natural wedding day makeup
Which blush shade is best for me?
Blush isn't a one-size-fits-all product. Start by giving your cheeks a gentle pinch to see your natural flush and choose a shade that looks closest to that. If you’re still not sure, here are some tips for finding your best shade:
Pale, fair skin - look for a light pink shade to give your cheeks a subtle flush of colour.
Light-medium skin - a peachy pink blush will give your skin a nice glow.
Olive skin tones - try a punchier shade of pink for some added radiance.
Darker skin tones - warm, bright blushes will work beautifully with your skin.
How do I apply my blush?
Where and how you apply your blush depends largely on your face shape. When applied correctly, blush should accent certain areas of your face so you’ll need to take your bone structure into account before reaching for your brush.
To help define your cheekbones, focus on the apples of your cheeks. Apply your blush slightly below the cheekbone and then blend outward for a soft look.
Help give your face a more angular look by sweeping your blush from the ear down the cheekbone towards the mouth. Adding a little touch of blush to the chin and blending it well can help make your face appear longer.
Sweep your blush over your cheekbones. Aim to place the colour just above the bone rather than towards the hollow beneath it to help raise the height of your cheekbone.
Apply your blush to your cheekbones, below the outer corners of your eyes. Be sure the blush never extends lower than the tip of the nose and blend well in a slight semicircle or a straight line to make your face appear shorter.
Find the best blush for your wedding day
Now, it’s time to decide on a blush formula. Is cream blush better than powder? Much like when you're trying to decide on the right formula of foundation, there are many different types of blush that will suit different types of skin. What works for one bride, may not work for another. When selecting your wedding blush, consider both your skin and desired finish to get the best results.
For a natural, sheer dewy finish for both your lips, cheeks and eyes, try our multi functional Certified Organic Lip & Cheek Cream in our shade Petals. This irresistible rosy red cream blush is perfect for our blushing bride. It has a long-lasting silky-soft formula to see you through your special day, infused with Sweet Almond Oil and Vitamin E, to hydrate and protect the skin.
Get a youthful, glowing complexion with our Loose Mineral Blush in Blooming Nude. With 100% natural minerals, your skin will breathe easy while the light reflecting pigments add a splash of colour and radiance to your complexion. Free from fillers, oil, alcohol, talc, chemical dyes and fragrance this organic blush is extra kind to sensitive skin.
Our final bridal blush offers the skin-nurturing benefits of mineral makeup with the convenience of a baked powder. Our Mineral Baked Blush Duo in Pink Tickle, baked on a terracotta tile in Tuscany, Italy gives your cheeks a sunkissed healthy glow. Designed to highlight your cheeks and add a touch of beautiful radiance.
Now that you know how to select the best bridal blush, you will find everything you need online at INIKA. Shop online today and you'll be the ultimate blushing bride, rosy-cheeked and glowing. Create the best wedding makeup with our guide to The Perfect Bridal Look
, tips on How to Apply Lip and Cheek Tint Perfectly
plus so much more on the INIKA blog.