"Blusher is the fastest make up rejuvenator. A quick brush and voila! – instant glow and a look of 8 hours sleep."
A touch of contouring colour that warms the skin and gives it a healthy and subtle natural glow. Contour Velvet is a feather light powder blush. The soft, velvety texture melts seamlessly creating a totally natural effect. It creates a delicate finish with an underlying luminosity. Exceptionally comfortable it becomes one with the skin for a day long finish.
Blusher is an excellent contouring cosmetic. Face shape can be enhanced with clever placement of colour applied with a good quality brush, to create a light and shade that redefines bone structure. The secret is subtle application. Blusher should look as if put there by nature, not be a heavy block of colour. The compact includes a small, fine, goat hair brush.
Joan’s Tip: I recommend the Contour Pro Blusher Brush (not included) for the best application.
|Fill US||0.23 OZ|
|Restricted||Shipment available internationally|
|Ingredients||TALC, BORON NITRIDE, OCTYLDODECYL STEAROYL STEARATE, MICA, CYCLOHEXASILOXANE, SILICA, LAUROYL LYSINE, ZINC STEARATE, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, PHENOXYETHANOL, HEXYLENE GLYCOL, CYCLOPENTASILOXANE, TIN OXIDE, CI 77891 (TITANIUM DIOXIDE), CI 75470 (CARMINE), CI 77492 (IRON OXIDE), CI 77491 (IRON OXIDE)|
|Instructions||Oval Face: Define shape with a little blusher along the hollow of the cheeks beginning below the centre of the eye tapering to a narrow angle at the hairline. Round Face: Slim a round face with a triangle of blusher. Start parallel to the ear length then narrow to a point below the outer edge of the eye. Long Face: Apply blusher in a horizontal bar along the cheekbone to broaden width and shorten length. Heart Face: To soften the cheekbones, apply blusher in a square shape to the hollow and prominence. Square Face: To soften strong bone structure, apply blusher in a round shape to the heaviest part of the cheek. Pear Face: Apply blusher in a curve from the top of the cheek up the side of the eye, by the ear, ending above the centre of the eye.|