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Beauty School: 5 Ways To Use Lip & Cheek Tint

We’re big fans of lip and cheek tints. They’re the type of multi-tasking product that should be tucked inside every handbag, namely because they work double duty to add a flush of healthy colour to both your cheeks and lips.

So we’re excited to reveal that this month we’ve popped UBeauty’s multi-use blush and lip colour in every box! It’s the perfect shade for autumn and what’s more, it suits every skin tone. Not a subscriber yet? You can get your hands on it here.

Here are 5 different ways to use it…

Draping
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Say hello to draping, the latest trend taking on contouring. It’s the art of giving your face a sculpted, soft glow by using blusher instead of your usual brown contouring product to ‘drape’ your angles in a rosy-hued colour. Simply tap some of UBeauty’s multi-use blush and lip colour on just below the apples of your cheeks then take it up around the side of your face to your temple. Then, using a makeup brush, swirl a highlighter on top to blend awat the edges and add a radiant sheen.

Glossy eyes
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To create a sheeny, natural eye lightly sweep a eyeshadow brush across your UBeauty multi-use blush and lip colour to pick up some colour, then apply it across your lid and along your lower lash line. For a glossy finish, tap some vaseline or a similar product on top.

Lips
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Using a lip brush, delicately swirl it over the UBeauty multi-use blush and lip colour and use it to neatly outline your lips. Then follow the same process, but this time them in with colour to create a subtle, pink pout.

Blush
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A simple way to add a flash of colour to your cheeks! Tap the UBeauty multi-use blush and lip colour directly onto the apples of your cheeks then use the tip of your finger to lightly dab and blend it in.

Lip cocktailing
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To adjust the colour, we’ve been mixing our UBeauty multi-use blush and lip colour with a nude lipstick to create a pinky nude hue!

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