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blush

1. a reddish or pinkish tinge
2. a cloudy area on the surface of freshly applied gloss paint
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The makeup company has decided to put a new twist on its best selling Hi-Tech Blush range with three new shades and the addition of two bold new concepts, both limited edition: a fluid blush that comes in a dropper bottle and a generously proportioned twist-up stick with a built-in applicator.
Bralet and skirt PS75 by Tara Dickson & jacket PS175, from Blush
Blush uses an eco-certified organic DHA solution with plant-derived dyes that doesn't have a formaldehyde-releasing preservative, which is often found in other sunless tanning products.
GET killer contouring with one stroke of a push-up cream blush.
They will love these yellow dinosaur flip flops, from PS9, and this Blush Hearts swimsuit, from PS18, is perfect for your little mermaid (www.
This Clinique cream stick blush offers convenient cream-topowder cheek colour and it's also transfer and water resistant, so won't rub off or fade quickly, like some powder blushes do.
Below: Colorbar Cheekillusion blush in pink pinch, ` 650
com)-- Angel West, president of Mahogany Blue PR, a boutique public relations agency, has announced that the company has been named the agency of record for blush | WEDDING & EVENT PLANNING FIRM, an event planning and wedding firm in the Baltimore area.
I thought the problem was associated with my age but I am now in my mid twenties and I still blush excessively all the time.
Blush is back in a serious wag and it's ushering in a romantic feel.