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Makeup for Cheeks and Faces

Omiana's Organic and Mineral Cheek Makeup Has Options Free of Mica,  Titanium Dioxide, Bismuth, Talc, Gluten, Nanoparticles, and Other Potential Irritants

Omiana mineral cheek blush, cheek contour, and cheekbones makeup. We offer options that are free of mica, titanium dioxide, bismuth, talc, gluten, nanoparticles, and other potential irritants and toxins inundating too many personal care and cosmetic products.

Omiana’s mission? Omission. Omission is not just the root of our brand, it’s what we do. Omiana is a combination or the word “omission” and the woman’s name Ana, which means “grace”. Omission-ana is what we believe in and what we do – gracefully omit GMOs, fillers, artificial colors, or other toxins from our natural organic skincare and makeup.

Loose powder mineral cheek blush. Define and accentuate your cheeks with a healthy wash of color. Choose from eleven natural matte shades with buildable color - no mica, titanium dioxide, bismuth, talc, gluten, nanoparticles.

Cheek contour. Whether you’re using a cream, powder, pressed, or baked creamy bronzer to sculpt and shape your face and enhance your unique structure, we have a sensitive skin option for you. Omiana offers options with no mica and also titanium dioxide-free products – you choose what works best with your lovely skin.

Cheekbones makeup. One of our best-selling makeup for adding that sun kissed look to your cheekbones, or sculpting and accentuating your unique features is Omiana’s Healthy Glow Blush. You'll be blown away by the performance of Omiana's blush delivers. A creamy fusion of color without titanium dioxide, zinc oxide, boron nitride, and more.  

What is the difference between blush and bronzer? The golden rule is - bronzer is basically blush, but blush is not bronzer. Blush is used to add a flush of color to the cheeks, while bronzer is intended to make the skin look sun-kissed or tan. For that reason, blush tends to come in variations of pink (sometimes with peach or plum undertones), where bronzer is typically brown or gold in color.

Another major difference between bronzer and blush is how they’re applied. Blush is meant to be applied directly to the apples of the cheeks and cheekbones, while bronzer can be applied both to the cheekbones and brow, jawline, and other contours of the face.

When to use bronzer vs. blush? Choosing between bronzer and blush is a matter of mood and occasion. If you’re going for a natural look, bronzer can add a hint of color and definition. Bronzer is perfect for casual weekend events, as well as more made-up evening looks, particularly those that include contouring.

Blush can add a touch of softer, flushed color and is also great for daywear, but use it sparingly—blushes are often very pigmented and can go on heavy if you're not careful. Whichever you choose, keep in mind that less is more, and be sure to keep the color (whether pink or bronze) within range of your natural skin tone.

What are blush and bronzer best for? Blush is ideal for adding a hint of natural pink to the cheeks. This is perfect if you’re looking for a vibrant, fresh-faced look. Bronzer is great for creating a sun-kissed glow. Bronzer is also the right choice for contouring. Bronzer and blush can also be used in combination. To pull off the look, apply blush first, directly to the apples of your cheeks. Next, create the appearance of lifted cheekbones by gently sweeping some bronzer in the hollows of your cheeks. Use your makeup brush to blend the tones for a smooth color gradient that naturally accentuates your cheekbones.