August 28 2014

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Apricot: The Color That Does Not Discriminate


As we mentioned a few days ago, a winter flush is a key component of the makeup look for the season—a point that was not missed by Scarlett Johansson and Eva Mendes at last night’s launch party for their new film The Spirit. Both women skipped the classic rosy pink in favor of a more peach-apricot shade of what we’re guessing was a cream blush (please note the dewy finish). It’s a color we typically prefer on olive complexions (see Eva at left) but will admit to thinking works with Scarlett’s porcelain skin as well. What say you?

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  1. RavenMaven45 says:

    I agree that apricot blush looks great on everybody, but the fair-skinned have to use it in moderation. Otherwise, it just looks orange. Scarlett needs to tone hers down just a bit and add a little hint of blush to her temples and the bridge of her nose. By adding just a little flush to other places on the face where you blush, it makes the color appear more natural on the face. But, overall, apricot is a very bright and universal shade for blush.

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