But why bronzer? why using blush?
Here is a little bit of the history of these two favorites of mine...
Bronzer became popular in the 1920s after Coco Chanel returned from vacation with a bronze glow. This fashion mogul transformed the way people viewed skin tone by popularizing tan skin in the fashion world. In the 1950s, the introduction of powdered bronzer caused a surge of cosmetic sunless tanning among women.
Blush has been around for considerably longer than bronzer. It was used in ancient Egypt and was worn by both men and women in nineteenth-century England. Previous forms of blush were made from red beets and berries, but modern versions are made from talcum or wax. Blush was a simple way for actors to magnify their facial features for people sitting far from the stage. Read more
So, blush and bronzer is an old trend for sure, and as it was used in the ancient Egypt, now these beauty products are used to magnify your facial features too.
Now highlighter, most girls tend to ignore this one (or maybe just me) I used to hate highlighter so much, because I used to think that it would make my face oily looking, but now I love to put a little bit of highlighter on my cheeks to give that beautiful glow everyone loves. And here are some facts about highlighter: The highlighter became very popular during the 50s and 60s as a way to emphasize the cheeks and provide a cohesively youthful appearance. Read more
So now you know why we use blush, bronzer and highlighter, hope you enjoyed this short blog and I see you next week with another post!
xo Young et Beautiful