7 shades of blush just for you

Looking for a blush that brings out your youthfulness and sexuality? Introducing a new product launch from Megan Melone Beauty!

Hello Beautiful! This blush is just in time for Valentine’s Day. I am so excited to release the entire line to you!!! First off, this has been really hard!  I am trying to bring colors which not only make you feel amazing but also have some skin benefits and give the appearance of youthfulness (and how it brings a bit of sex appeal- more on that later in the article)!  I am proud to say (in my humble opinion), MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!!!!

My blushes are powder blushes and pan only–that means, they magnetize to a “doll up beauty” case or a Z-Palette.  Each blush pan contains jojoba seed extract which has moisturizing properties, and grapefruit seed extract which is an antioxidant and contains high levels of vitamin C.  This means it helps to brighten the skin!  My blush is not tested on animals and is paraben free.

To apply, use a fluffy blush brush (I recommend Bdellium Tools 990) in light layers, building to the desired depth.  These blushes are sheer and built like a dream!!!

Fuschia Shimmer:a beautiful bright fuschia suitable for all skin tones, with a subtle shimmer. Take your pick from these blush tones

Soft Magenta Matte:a youthful Bright matte coral magenta, suitable for all skin tones.

Soft Pink Matte:the perfect baby pink suitable to add a flush tone to your skin.  Suitable for medium to light skin tones.

Peach Matte: True Peach Matte, gives the skin the perfect amount of color,  suitable for all skin tones.

Pinky Coral Satin: the perfect peachy pink, suitable for light to medium skin tones

Plum Glow Shimmer: Plum with a beautiful shimmer to make the skin look youthful and fresh.  Suitable for all skin tones.

Rosy Brown Matte: A sophisticated rosy brown matte perfect for light to medium skin tones.

Blush is a fabulous way to bring out your inner youth.  It should add a hint of color, often described as mimicking your body’s own “flush”.  Blush is youthful, but according to www.PsychologyToday.com there’s another reason “… Perhaps it’s because when women are most sexually viable (during mid-cycle during ovulation) or when they are aroused, they blush more easily. The application of artificial blush may mimic this vascularization, providing a subtle signal of sexual interest or arousal. This is in line with the link established by Elliott and Niesta (2008) between the color red and sex appeal.”

So, is it possibly blush will make you more sexy?  Sounds like it to me.

If you want a recommendation for a blush suitable for YOU, please feel free to email me (megan@meganmelone.com)!