When I have people asking me for a custom colour match, they often ask about lip/cheek shades. Many also express their dislike of pink shades! Pink can be a beautiful shade as a blush but if you are looking for a more subtle, neutral look, I definitely have some suggestions for you! Here are the best Seint blush colours that have neutral undertones.
What’s the difference between Satin and Gloss?
Seint Makeup offers two main categories of lip and cheek colours: Satin and Gloss.
Scroll to the end of this post to see how to properly apply blush!
Gloss: has less pigment and more sheen. If you are looking for more colour, you can layer Seint Lip/Cheek glosses until you reach your desired level of colour. Glosses are a favourite for lips.
Satin: has more pigment and packs more colour power. Think matte makeup! Layer a satin on your lips and top with a gloss to get rich colour and shine!
Want some help choosing colours? I can do that for you! Request a free Seint colour match from me! I’ll respond within 24 hours with your custom colour palette.
Best Seint Blush Colours
In the photos shown, I am wearing the colours Nude and Desert Sunset on my lips and cheeks!
Desert Sunset (gloss) – A glossy, warm hue that gives your cheeks a natural flush of colour!
Nude (satin) – My personal favourite and Seint’s most popular shade! It is gorgeous as lipstick too!
Plum (satin) – Best on fair/cool skin tones, has pretty purple undertones.
Frenchie (satin) – Great for lighter skin tones. Also, used as a colour corrector for under-eye circles!
Madrid (satin) – A Seint Artist favourite! Trust me on this one. It isn’t pink but does have pretty peachy undertones. Madrid looks gorgeous when used as an eyeshadow as well!
Sadie (gloss) – A glossy, neutral hue! Less pigment than nude with more sheen.
Sandstone (satin) – a beautiful colour that works well with medium to dark skin tones.
How to Apply Cream Blush
Start two finger widths from the side of your nose and dab up and along your cheekbone!
Fingertips: use your fingertip to dip and apply three dots of colour to your cheekbones then use a brush to blend in.
Brush: lightly dip your brush tip into the cream blush then dab and blend along your cheekbone. Repeat until the desired colour density is reached!
Blending Sponge: instead of a blush brush, swap for a blending sponge. Use light dabs to blend colour.