There are several factors to consider when choosing a blush formula. First, you should consider your skin type. If you have dry skin, choose a powder blush. If you have oily skin, choose a cream blush. If you have normal to dry complexion, choose a tinted blush. In addition, remember to choose a shade that complements your undertone. Lastly, decide what areas you want to highlight or conceal.
Next, you should think about your undertone. Undertone is a term used to describe your complexion’s hidden or underlying color. To determine your undertone, take a look at the inside of your wrist in natural light. If you have blue veins, your undertone is cool. If you have green veins, you have a neutral undertone. For those with green veins, choose a neutral formula.
If your skin is yellow-based, a cool-toned blush is ideal. It will balance out yellow undertones and accentuate your natural warmth. But if your skin has orange or red undertones, choose a warm-toned blush. Similarly, if you have yellow undertones, choose a warm-hued blush that will make your skin appear more vibrant.