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March 23, 2012 at 12:17 pm
these are great; however, I would say the exception to the blush rule is if you have rosacea or redness in the cheeks already, skip the blush! blush will only add back the redness that
you just concealed with powder/foundation/whatever.
June 27, 2012 at 2:10 pm
Not necessarily. I have rosacea/redness and have spent a long time finding a foundation that will cover it and stay for awhile. It covers it up to the point where there is only a hint
showing through. This means I now look pale, so I use a peach or coral toned blush. The yellow hue in it helps to reduce any *red* that still shows through and doesn’t look awful. You can also get a way with a pale pink. I’ve bought a lot of cheap blushes and samples to find out works best for me, but people with redness can still wear blush, it just takes a lot of experimenting and also depends on the severity to begin with.
October 21, 2012 at 7:38 pm
Alyssa C Mmua
Skip the blush.. um no. Heres some education on using blush with rosacea. You use a green color corrector. Green cancels out red, concealer then foundation then you can use blush. I advise not to
give makeup advice unless you know what to do.
November 17, 2012 at 10:12 pm
what foundation do you use to cover your rosacea? and will it also work good in accordance to dry skin?
March 13, 2013 at 6:42 pm
I’ve had make up “professionals” try green concealer/corrector on me and it looks horrid on my skin tone. Unless you have rosacea you really have no idea what you’re talking about. I suggest trying Bare
Minerals powder makeup, it’s light and non clogging (huge problem w/concealer covers) and so many different shades to get the tone right. It literally cured my rosacea. Just be gentle–no scrubbing or buffing–on those really fragile spots that tend to break out. I can use very fine scrubbing lotions on all but bridge of my nose and apple of cheeks now, huge improvement from my days of concealer and liquid makeup!
March 30, 2013 at 4:38 pm
Even if you have rosacea, that you want to conceal, you should still wear blush!
You are covering the redness, making your face all the same color, which makes your face look flat and
a bit washed out and sickly.
I know that it is a hard thing to accept when you have a natural redness on your cheeks, that you want to hide, but adding a bit of color to your cheeks will make the difference of looking healthy, rather than sick.
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