Years ago, someone voiced beauty standards where high cheekbones are part of those standards. Only a few have them, so models are increasingly pulling out their teeth to make their cheekbones more defined. But we are not models and all that remains for us is to draw high cheekbones. For this, there is the NARS Contour Blush Duo sculpting blush.
I have two shades:
NARS Melina Contour Blush Duo
NARS Talia Contour Blush Duo
Melina will suit swarthy ones. On my skin tone, warm tones like Talia turn reddish, which can be seen even in the photo. Therefore, it can be used as a bronzer and not as a sculptor. What is the difference between these two products, you will learn from the article “How does a bronzer differ from a sculptor”.
But this does not prevent you from creating the illusion of high cheekbones, if you apply them just above the hollow in a very thin layer.
A blush in two shades is needed to blend them. The light manages to soften the dark by muffling the color, and the dark one deepens the shade.
This is what I do with all the sculpting blush, adding warm to the cool color to get something in between. So don’t be afraid to mix blush shades. This way, you can find your ideal sculptor color.
Regarding the texture, the blush is pleasant to work with: it does not generate dust, it is easily typed on the brush and gives off color perfectly. Medium pigmentation allows you to control saturation so that the blemish effect is minimized.
It’s up to you to buy, as I don’t know how often you use the warm colors of the sculptor and how much your skin tone allows you to use them. All this must be taken into account when choosing, and not just go shopping, because you liked the review.
What shades of warm sculpting blush do you have?