"Toss your blush if there is a huge hole in the center of it and it has been sitting around in your makeup case for over a year untouched. Yuck!" says Bryl.
Using too-old blush can actually make your complexion look stale, as micronized reflective particles dull as bacteria grows and changes the texture. The result? The shade no longer glows and reflect light on your cheekbones, and instead just looks hollow. To prevent bacteria build-up, tissue the top layer of your blush off every once in awhile to keep color fresh.
Cargo's bouquet of spring blush lovelies all pack a color pop that is best blended onto the apples of the cheeks and along the mid to upper ridge of the cheekbone for a lifting effect.
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