i think the best way to find a suitable blush would be to choose a product that compliments your skintone as opposed to your hair/eye color.
Have you also considered the effect you are trying to achieve? Do you want something soft and neutral, or bold and daring ? Babydoll pinks like 'Pink Swoon' from MAC are a great choice for cool- toned women, whereas rich bronzey shades like NARS' 'Casino' bronzer can really add dimension to warmer -toned women.
Next, you might want to consider the finish. Do you want a blush that is matte, shimmery, glittery, lustre?
For matte, sheer blushes i would reccomend Tarte's Amazonian Clay blushes. They are soft, sheer and come in a variety skin complementing colors. In addition, the blushes are made up of several skin beneficial ingredients like vitamins a.e and c as well as amazonian clay.
If you're looking for brighter and bolder, then NARS' award winning blushes are the right choice for you! They come in a vast array of colors and finishes, are highly pigmented and will last you a long long time! The shade Orgasm is a cult favorite for many if you are looking for that shimmery, coral-y pink; while 'Luster' is one of my personal faves for a nude but multi dimensional look.
Application should also be taken into consideration when purchasing a blush. For longevity purposes, laying a powder blush atop of a cream blush like MakeUp Forever's HD MIcrofinish Blush will increase it's staying powder tenfold. http://sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P258100
For a sheer wash of color, apply your blush with a large duo - fibre brush like Make Up Forvever's HD Blush Brush #55 N- you can also use this brush to apply liquid foundation
For a more concentrated and sculpted look then Bobbi Brown's Blush brush might be something to consider.
For defining your cheek bones then the SEPHORA Collection I.T Angled Natural Blush Brush would be a great option - you can also use this brush to contour your cheek bones.
I hope this was helpful! good luck!
To make your brown eyes really pop, wear an eyeshadow that’s the opposite of your eye shade on the color spectrum. Brown eyes are more flattered lined with a brown liner, not black—it’s softer yet still dramatic. Brown eyes can wear almost any combination of colors. However, some of the best shades for brown eyes are:
- cream / eggshell
- dark brown
- warm gold
- deep blue
- forest green
- deep grey
Urban Decay Eyeshadow is one of my favorite eyeshadows and it comes in the colors I listed above and many more, which you can find at: http://sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P0241&c
A blush that you may want to consider trying is Stila’s Custom Color Blush which is a pH-based powder blush that takes the guesswork out of picking the perfect shade because it reacts to your own personal skin tone and individual pH to create a perfect, personalized shade. It’s easy to blend with a velvety-soft finish and it even smoothes the appearance of fine lines (if you have any) leaving your skin with a natural-looking glow. You can find it at: http://sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P269021
I hope this helps you.
Well, it depends on your skintone. I think plum eyeshadow looks striking on pretty much everybody especially neutral eyes Shades of yellow beiges such as Lancome's positive look great. As for blush, Bobbi Brown's pale pink is a no brainer for everyone. It looks frightening in the pan, but it really is superflattering, and you only need a little bit of it. Another blush that has the hype as a universal blush in Orgasm by Nars, however I personally think it doesn't do dark skin justice.