Blush and Bronzer are two different things. Blush is pink, coral or peachy colored and mimics the natural, pink-tinged flush to the cheeks that you get from a brisk walk or yoga session. Bronzer is bronze-hued and makes the skin look sun-kissed and tawny, like you've spent a day or two relaxing on the beach.
The beautifying effect of a pop of warm color on the cheeks is instant and unparalleled. It can be blush, it can be bronzer, it can be gel, it can be powder. When you find the right formula and shade for you, it's a game changer. Blush and bronzer both add dimension and warmth to the face.
Whether you're using a powder blush like Fit Me Blush or a cream formula like Cheek Heat Gel Cream Blush, you always apply blush directly to the apples of the cheeks—that fleshy part of the cheek adults liked to squeeze when you were little. That's where blood naturally rushes and turns pink when you exercise or are excited. Some people like to diffuse the color up and along the cheekbones too for extra dimension.
If you're wondering where to apply bronzer, know that you can do it anywhere you naturally catch the sun—cheeks, nose, forehead, jawline, and neck. Bronzer for the most part is easiest to use in a sheer powder formula like City Bronzer, since it goes all over the face.