As we age, cheeks start losing their natural plumpness as the fat pads begin to fall. However, there is a trick to address this issue that is worth exploring. When you change blush color, you can subtract years from a face in a way that come as a pleasant surprise using this simple tip.
You might want to try switching to a lighter and slightly brighter shade of blush, especially in rosy or peach tones for those that are in the fair to medium range. Darker complexions would be better off with paler berry and coral tones to give cheeks a natural lift.
Try this experiment and see for yourself. Examine your face the next time you get an excited flush.
Look at that rush of blood going through your cheeks and where it lands. You can do the same thing through a change of blush color. Opt for a light, but a bit brighter rosy-pink blush to mimic that look and draw the eye upward! If you are darker, then do the same thing with a slightly brighter, light shade of a berry or coral blush.
Those with a ruddy complexion would find it helpful to stick with paler neutral or golden tones, which is important to keep in mind.
If you remember this makeup tip on the benefit to change blush color for a younger appearance, the more attractive your face will be.