How to look younger: ‘Lifting’ blusher tip for mature skin to avoid ‘enhancing texture’


For those with medium skin tones, they recommended using rich pink, warm mauve and deep peach shades.

The rich, mauve colours are best suited for a natural look on those with cooler undertones while the deep peach works for a pop of colour. They can be worn in reverse if you have warmer undertones on your skin.

Dark complexions “look wonderful” in deep Fuschia, berry, warm brown, raisin and tangerine shades, according to the Jane Iredale experts.

They suggested the darker berry shades for a natural rouge on cool or pink undertones and tangerine hues for a more obvious blush. Again, these can be worn for the opposite effect on warm-tone skin types.



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