Jane Iredale Blushes & Bronzers Jane Iredale Mineral Makeup blushes and bronzers provide color that lasts with ingredients that are good for your skin like antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients.
A little goes a long way! Use our White Fan brush so that you can see how much you've picked up and because the brush's contoured bristles will help to blend. To find your perfect blush shade, match it to the color of your cheek when flushed or exercising. If you want to keep away from the tanning booths, cosmetic bronzers are just what you're looking for.
With blush use two colors for a subtle, sophisticated look. For example, apply bronzer underneath the outer part of the cheekbone. Rock your brush so that most of the color is deposited there and then brush up onto cheekbone. Use a brighter color such as Tawny on the apple of the cheek (the fleshy part that protrudes when you smile) and brush outwards and down away from the top of the cheekbone. If you think you've applied too much color, sue the brush you used to apply the base shade and blend with that.
When applying bronzer, apply it where the sun would hit the face first - cheekbones, chin nose and forehead. For a look that sculpts the face apply a lighter base to the center of the face (including eyes and around the mouth but NOT the nose), a darker base on the outside perimeter and then a bronzer. This pulls the center of the face out and mimics the effect that a key light would have. It's a very effective way of adding definition and often used by television and film makeup artisits. For the "Golden Goddess" look apply Moonglow to cheek bones, shoulders and the decollete.