Jane Iredale PurePressed Blush
As there are no chemical dyes with the Jane Iredale PurePressed Blush, colours can be applied to the eyes and lips. Wet a lip brush and pick up some blush for a truly wonderful lip liner, or fill in lips with wet blush and apply a Jane Iredale PureGloss.
Two colours are better than one. Apply a darker shade to the outer cheekbone and a brighter shade on the apple of the cheek. Blend the two together. Use the flocked sponge to blend and feather the edges.
Closest new shades to some of the discontinued Jane Iredale Purepressed Blush shades are as follows:
Parfait and Tawny – look at Clearly Pink
Bronzer – look at Sheer Honey
Asian and/or darker skin tones: To assist you in your product selection those shades deemed most suitable for these tones have been marked with an asterix (*).
Use the Jane Iredale White Fan or Dome Brush to apply blush or bronzer. Two colours create a subtle, sophisticated look. Rock the brush underneath the outer part of the cheekbone using one of the bronzers. Brush it up onto the cheekbone Apply a brighter colour to the apple of the cheek and brush outwards and down, away from the top of the cheekbone. Blend the 2 colours together using the brush you used to apply base
- The perfect blush for you is the colour of your cheek when flushed.
- Two colours create a subtle, sophisticated look.
- Harmonize blush and lip colour. It gives a natural, pulled-together look.
- To widen a face, keep blush towards the outside of the face.
- To narrow a face, bring the colour into the middle of the face, but no farther forward than the middle of the iris.