There are many colors and varieties of blush, but have you ever noticed that there's not always a perfect match to mimic the shade your face gets when you're actually flushed? Using the wrong color can look unnatural, not to mention a bit flat.
Luckily, Allure magazine has a solution for 2012. The magazine recommends mixing petal pink blush with an apricot shade for the most natural glow. The key is to use the apricot shade first, whether you go for a cream or powder formula. Then you should layer the pink on top.
You'll get a healthy color if you swirl it over your cheekbones. If you're not sure which shades of powder to try, check out Youngblood – Pressed Mineral Blush in Nectar and Petal. They'll combine to make the perfect hue.
More into cream blushes? Try Paula Dorf – Cheek Color Cream in Tempo and Peek A Boo. They'll blend easily for the most natural flush you've ever achieved with makeup! People may think you're actually blushing!