There are many things that Bobbi Brown taught me via her book, The Makeup Manual. Whether it is concealing my undereye circles or applying an eyeliner, Im telling you, that woman knows a thing or two about how to make women look "put together". So, another amazing thing she recommends is blush. I know! Blush, aka your stereotypical Russian matrioska look immediately emerges, at least in my head.
However, a right shade blush, applied in moderation, will make you look healthy and younger, both reasons good enough to look into it:-) And who does not want those perfect high cheekbones defined...
First of all, you need to choose a suitable colour for your undertone (cool for cool, warm for warm). If you struggle to decide which one you are, try to pick a shade most natural to your red cheeks when exercising.
Alongside your shade, you will have to decide which formula to use: powder, gel, cream, pot rouge, tints...Generally speaking, if you have dry skin, you balance the dryness with creamy consistency and if you have oily skin, you should go for powder.