All About Blusher

All About Blusher

In this Instagram live with Grace Benson, we discussed our favourite blushers from liquids, to creams to powders. We both LOVE blush so we had a lot to talk about!

 

Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush, £38

Great for: Those who love a glowy blush.

Not so good for: Those who like a matte blush.

Penny loves it because: It is incredibly brightening and youthful on the skin.

Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Light Wand, £29

Great for: Those who like a really fresh blush.

Not so good for: Those who prefer powder products.

Grace loves it because: It lasts really well and gives a really pretty flush to the skin.

Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush, £16.50

Great for: A long lasting finish.

Not so good for: Those who struggle with blending.

Penny loves it because: You need such a tiny amount, one bottle will last forever. You can also buy tiny tester bottles to try it out.

Morphe Blushing Babes palette, £12

Great for: Those on a budget.

Not so good for: Those who hate sparkle in their blusher.

Grace loves it because: The pigment is fantastic and they are inexpensive.

KIKO Cosmetics Sicilian Notes blush, £8.99

Great for: Those who want a budget blush with a sheeny finish.

Not so good for: Those who prefer a matte finish.

Penny loves it because: It’s incredibly pigmented and has a lovely glowy finish. It’s also very purse friendly.

Lily and Lolo Cheek Duo, £16

Great for: Those who prefer to buy vegan products.

Not so good for: Cream blush fans.

Grace loves it because: These are beautiful natural tones that really lift the face.