blushed makeup look


Blushed makeup look for all of us blush-lovers.

Have I ever told you I love blush? Just kidding, I know I have.

Since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, I thought this blushed makeup look would is not only perfect for the occasion. This look is more on the natural side (I even skipped mascara) with a radiant base, fluffy brows and blushed eyes, cheeks and lips.

Wearing blush on your eyes might sound intimidating, but just look how nice it looks! And it’s so easy to achieve. Keep on reading for step by step photos and instructions.

natural blush makeup

Blushed makeup look tutorial

glowy base - vita liberata beauty blur mixed with foundation

Starting with the base.
For this look I wanted my base to be very radiant and light. I mixed *Vita Liberata’s beauty blur with my foundation, to sheer it out and get an overall glow to my skin. Beauty blur is an awesome product for that.

Similar glow product on Sephora:
*Charlotte Tillbury’s Hollywood Flawless Filter

After that I neutralized my dark circles with *NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer in the shade Custard.
To brighten the under eye area, I added a dab of *BeautyAct Concealer, shade 01C, on top of that.

Read also: How to conceal dark circles

brow lift makeup fresh skin

Fluffy, lifted brows go perfectly with this look. Fresh and nice! I used a strong hold hair gel and brushed them upwards. If you’re looking for a brow gel that holds the brow hairs up, *Benefit’s Brow Setter is the best. Finally I filled my brows in with a blonde brow powder (Clarins Brow Duo in Tawny Blonde).


Blush from cheeks to lids

bushed eyes and cheeks makeup tutorial

Then I added blush. It’s easiest to use a cream blush, which you can just blend with your fingers.
I applied blush on top of my cheeks and all the way to my lids. My absolute favorite cream blush is Kjaer Weis Above and Beyond. Now this is optional, but I applied *Vita Liberata’s highlighter in Rose under that blush, to get a bit more pink pearly sheen to it. It wouldn’t have been quite that glowy without the highlighter under it, though the cream blush itself has some sheen to it.

Similar blush on Sephora:
*Rare beauty Stay Vulnerable Cream Blush (Nearly Rose)

fresh blushed makeup
How to pick the right blush color to make this look work for you?
I used a slightly warm, coral blush shade to go with my neutral yellow undertone. If you have pinkish cool undertones, I would recommend choosing a cool shade.

Read also: Undertones & makeup – are you cool, warm or neutral?

blushed lips gosh romance lipstick

Finally, I added GOSH Romance lipstick to finish off the look. I also smudged the edges of the lipstick a bit with my finger to get a softer look. I’ve been doing this a lot lately, smokey and blended are not just for the eyes.

Similar lipstick:
*YSL Satin Lipstick, Nu Fatal

Sometimes as a beauty blogger I get this pressure of coming up with all these complex looks. But in reality, simplicity is beautiful. And wearable. I actually felt very beautiful in this look and couldn’t believe I hadn’t tried it before. Needless to say, I will wear this more often from now on. It even works nicely with a face mask, bringing the attention to the eyes.

Would you try this look?


Halloween makeup idea: ICE QUEEN

ice queen halloween makeup


I created this ice queen Halloween look for my friend back in 2017. It’s one of my favorite creative looks, but I haven’t shared it here ever. It’s time to fix that mistake! You can recreate this look to suit your makeup skill level – so even if you were a beginner, I think you can totally pull it off. The important things are to use cool blue tones throughout the makeup, add some glitter and add your extra accessories such as blue contact lenses or false lashes.

I swear – it’s one of those makeup looks, that looks a bit more complex than it is. But that still doesn’t mean it doesn’t take time to do it. Adding details such as rhinestones, hand drawn snowflakes or false lashes is fine work that takes a bit of patience.


Ice queen Halloween makeup

Ice queen makeup how to

What you need for this look:


ice queen makeup



First step is to add foundation to get a nice even base. I recommend using something that has a lot of coverage. For example *Estee Lauder’s Double Wear would be perfect. After that, contour and sculpt your face using a blue color. Add blue also on your neck. Then add icy highlight.


Draw on some snowflakes around the face and on the cheeks. Snowflakes are basically just straight lines that cross each other (google snowflake and learn from example). Don’t forget the neck!

Add a touch of fine glitter on the highest points of the face as a highlight – and on the brows. I used fine, almost white glitter.

Do your eyebrows with blue eyeshadow or pencil.
As for the eyeshadow – the important thing is to use blue cool colors. If eyeshadow is not your strong suit, one color all over the lid will do. But you can also learn! I have lots of eyeshadow tutorials on my blog – you can check them out and just switch out the colors. I contoured the eyes with darker blues and left the lid quite light.
To finish off the eye look, add customized false lashes and glue on rhinestones with lash glue.

Finally, add blue lipstick. If that is too much, you could also try to use a cool nude shade. That’s it!

ice queen makeup halloween makeup idea

What do you think of this look? Anyone fancy going (online) as an ice queen this Halloween?


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