Yes good for pail skin I am very pale and it actually complements my skin.
Hi, I am also very pale with blonde hair and blue eyes. If applied correctly, this blush is great. However, there can be room for error because if applied too much, this blush can get overpowering. If you are new to makeup or want something that requires less effort, you may want to consider a different blush. I love it though, I don't want to scare you away!
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
I think it would work for you. It's not as super intense as it looks. I find that if you sweep the brush or even just dab it into the product, then tap the brush against the lid you get a super subtle look with a great sheen on your cheeks. Then of course you can build it up as you go. Also if you end up putting too much on then just take a clean fluffy brush and sweep it over your cheeks (with no product on it) it helps tone it down.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
This color is so perfect for you. It gives such a natural look and also makes your eyes pop with a nice dark blue eyeliner. I highly recommend this product. My grandmother also uses it and yall sound very similar and she uses this product everyday!
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
I am also very fair, light eyes with ashy hair. If you are going for a natural look, this is a good option but you'll have to be very light on the application. It is a very bright blush, but when applied with a light hand gives a naturally flushed look. Another blush that I like from this line is the Coralista. It's much lighter than Bella Bamba, but much more on the Coral side.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
I think it will suit you because of its dark undertones it doesnt come off florescent or orangy as you said. give it a try I have fair skin as well you might use less of it if your fairer then myself ;)
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
Hi. A suggestion: Just to let you know, I haven't tried Bella Bamba due to it's bright-shimmery finish and soft-subtle is more to my taste. I'm 59 also with the same coloring with green eyes and have searched high and low for a great product like Dandelion with less shimmer and a tiny bit more pigment. Dior makes a compact blush that is two products in one case-one blush is matte and other is a complimentary soft shimmer. The blush is finely milled and very sheer. Good color-range (look at A Touch of Blush) though many of the choices work because they are so sheer and blend with no powdery-effect or chalkiness. The compact is sturdy and beautiful. Dior is luxury-priced, and I've winced at checkout only to be totally happy later.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
i think you should go for a soft pink color. if you want a bold look then go for the benefit bella bamba blush it looks good on anyt skin color. Or if you want to go for a more natural look then try for the tarte amazonian clay 12 hour blush.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
I'm very pale too, and I was also concerned that "Bella Bamba" would be too bright of a pink for me. Even though it looks like a deep, dark watermelon pink when it's in the box, the important thing to remember is that this blush is very buildable. You can just sweep on a little if you're very fair-skinned and it will still give your cheeks a glow that looks natural, or you can layer on more for a bolder, more dramatic look. Also, don't apply "Bella Bamba" with the brush that comes with it, because it's too wide for the precise application you'll need to put on just a little of it. It's better to use a good quality blush brush with a handle instead--my Bare Escentuals blush brush works great.
I thought you'd also like to know, I use Benefit's "Dandelion" blush too, and I love that for a more natural, everyday look. Still, if you want something that's slightly shimmery and will make your cheekbones look more contoured, there's no reason you can't make "Bella Bamba" work for you just as well as "Dandelion." I hope this helps! :)
I think this product may be a little too pink on very pale skin, especially if you prefer a natural look. If you apply it very lightly it may look more natural, but I would suggest testing this one out at a store first.
answered 2 years ago
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answered 2 years ago
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