If you want to play it safe, stick to Nars' most popular color, Orgasm. Almost every woman looks good in this shade. One fashion editor recommends Stila's Convertible Color in Peony -- a basic blush with just a hint of color. Bobby Brown has a shimmery line that can add just the right amount of subtle splash in a more neutral color. Their Bahama Brown (a shimmery dusky pink) works well with pale blondes. For really bright blonde hair, try Washed Rose (a warm rose shimmer).
Melissa, a blonde since birth, complains that blush often looks different from one environment to the next. "When I am inside or at my cubicle in my office building, I like to stay away from too much cheek color so it doesn't contrast with the horrible lighting. I go a little lighter in the color spectrum than I would at an evening event." Try L'Oreal's True Match Blush Shades in Subtle Sable or Barely Blushing. For a night out on the town or an outing with decent lighting, add a nice color pop with L'Oreal's Tender Rose or Innocent Flush.
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