mineral foundation makeup

Different Ways To Use Blush On

There are so many ways in which using a blush on can change the shape of one’s face. Back in the day it was considered a product that was used merely to bring about a natural glow to one’s face, now it plays a vital role in almost reshaping one’s entire appearance. The face is like a canvas where a different product from within a range of mineral makeup Australia is used to ensure it complements one’s features and face.  So here are some ways to use blush on:

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  1. One of the commonest ways to apply blush is in a circular motion right on the apples of the cheek. This is a very tricky way to apply blush and rarely suits everyone. Too much of it may make you look like a clown and too little may go unnoticed. It is very important to ensure you use a suitable brush and a very light tinted blush if you wish to use it on the apples of your cheeks.
  2. Another effective way to accentuate your facial bones is by applying a slightly darker shade of a blush on the cheek bones. This uplifts the entire face and makes a rather sunken in and weak face look chiseled and fresh. With a proper brush cut, this can do wonders in bringing together a makeup look.
  3. Lastly, you can use a blush instead of a contour palate. You can apply it on the hollow parks of your cheeks. This gives a skinner and a more refined look to a rather healthy face.

Now you can experiment and see which blush position suits you best.

The Harmful Ingredients in Regular Foundations

In ancient times, the desire for increased beauty was fulfilled by natural stuff. After the industrial revolution, however, the entire situation changed. Artificial products containing chemicals that produced quicker and more amplified effects were brought to use. Nowadays, the trend is again shifting towards mineral makeup made out of purely natural ingredients. Mineral foundations are easily available at mineral makeup Australia stores by companies like ECO Minerals. They do not have the dangerous materials that are present in regular foundations.


The Harmful Ingredients

As mineral makeup is made up of natural items, it is obvious that it has minimal harmful effects. Such makeup items are provided to customers by major stores. Some of the unsafe ingredients present in regular foundations are:

  • Talc, having chemical name hydrous magnesium silicate is used in foundations due to its low cost and good absorbing quality. It is shown by several studies that talc can be toxic and even cancerous.
  • Mineral oil. It is a mixture of some hydrocarbons. As it makes the skin smooth, it is often used in regular foundations. However, this look comes with a cost. Mineral oil causes a number of skin problems as it reduces the supply of oxygen to it. Also, it can cause respiratory and immune disorders.
  • Synthetic fragrances. The problem lies in the fact that these fragrances are made up of around 200 chemicals. It is obvious that these are not mentioned on the container of the foundation. This increases chances of allergic reactions such as rashes.

Natural ingredients make mineral makeup a less dangerous product than artificial makeup as these do not have the side effects that artificial chemicals possess.


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