problem with cheek color
Whenever I put on my bronzer or blush their is always one area on my right cheek that will not take the color but I have no problem with my other cheek does anyone know why that may be and if theirs anything I could do so my bronzer looks even?
I agree with Beauty Tester, try a good primer underneath your makeup and use a flat brush to apply your blush with as much intensity or lightness as you wish!
Stila #21 Double Duty Cheek Contour and Blush Brush
Illamasqua Blusher brush #2
Primer is one quick solution. It will give your a blush or bronzer a perfect base for an even coverage. Make sure to distribute the primer evenly throughout your skin.
Another recommendation is exfoliating your skin. I would do a deep exfoliation about once a week to get rid of the dead skin which could be your problem here. Exfoliating also helps get an even color all around your face because the sun will hit each area evenly and it won't be blocked by dead skin. It might sound gross to have dead skin on your face but everyone has it and it's one of those things that are barely noticeable but once you get rid of it, it makes makeup application a lot easier.
I would also experiment with cream and liquid blushes/bronzer. These types of makeup give your skin more of a tint unlike just a powder lying on your skin. Benefit's Benetint and Posietint are a nice gel-like consistency and it might help the product get evenly distributed all around your skin, even on top of that problem area!
I hope these help! And, of course, don't forget to moisturize!
A primer will help make up cling to face/skin so try that over the whole face or on that one spot (MUFE is a popular brand). Also, does that area's texture feels different than the other areas? perhaps a bit dryer or thinner?
I have combination skin, and sometimes have dry or flaky skin in spots. While make up clings to live skin, the make up seem to just fall off dry/dead skin and the color doesn't take on well. You can use a scrub every other day to exfoliate and/or toner after cleanser to get rid of dead skin to make sure your skin condition is the same everywhere.
If you don't have primer, maybe you can try applying more on that area? or rub a little moisturizer there and while damp/before it dries/sink in completely, apply the make up.