Top 5 Favorite Blushes
Well, time for our next survey. If you have been a lazy poodle and haven’t filled our earlier surveys (Top 5 Lip Glosses and Top 5 Lipsticks) yet, please fill the form and we shall email you the url of Wilbur’s blog (Yes, our IMBB hottie). While filling our ‘Top 5 favorite blushes’ survey, please fill the names and brands of the blushes that you have been using. Of course you may be one of those lucky ones who are still untouched by the ‘IMBB shopping bug’ and may not have 5 blushes even but that’s alright. Fill whatever you have and vamoose from IMBB as fast as you can before you get interested in the products. Our sole purpose is to deprive you of the money your husband has been hoarding in his bank account. :devil:
Blush, is a cosmetic typically used by women to redden the cheeks so as to provide a more youthful appearance, and to emphasise the cheekbones.
Historically, blush was used as early as in ancient Egypt. It was also applied on the lips, the way lipstick would be used today. In some times and places, both men and women wore blush, such as during the Regency period in England. In Britain’s Victorian Age, when wearing makeup was associated with low morals, ladies resorted to pinching their cheeks (and biting their lips) to make them appear red instead.
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Various substances have been used as blush. In ancient Greece for example, crushed mulberries were favoured, while red beet juice and crushed strawberries have also variously been used.
In modern times, blush generally consists of a red-coloured talcum-based powder that is applied with a brush to the cheek. The colouring is usually either the substance of safflor (the petals of safflower), or a solution of carmine in ammonium hydroxide and rosewater perfumed with rose oil. A cream-based variant of blush is schnouda, a colourless mixture of Alloxan with cold cream, which also colours the skin red. (Source: Wikipedia)
Top 5 Favorite Blushes
Please fill both the brand/ names of the blushes and the shades in the survey.
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