Sunday, 8 February 2015

Three Great Blushers That Won't Break The Bank

Blush can be one of the hardest makeup product to get right. It need to be pigmented, but not too much, long wearing and be a nice shade that will work with your skintone. For this reason I did wear blush for a long time. Today i've rounded up 3 that are affordable and ones I reach for a lot.
Three Great Blushers That Won't Break The Bank
Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush in Soft Pink
Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush in Soft Pink - £6.99.
Cream blush is a new favourite for me and this is definitely one that I reach for a lot. I will say the price is a little high for the amount of product you get however you don't need a lot and i've used this a lot and there isn't much of a dent in it. The shade soft pink is the perfect pink shade that adds a natural, healthy glow to the skin. It's also good to wear underneath another blush to give even more of a glow.
Milani Baked Blush in Berry Amore -$8.49. (Price varries on Ebay/AmazonUK)
This isn't the easiest product to get hold of in the UK however I wanted to include it because it is definitely one of my most used in my collection. This is a baked blush so gives a nice sheen to the skin without looking glittery. The shade is called Berry Amore however it also has some peachy tones going through it. If I can't think what blush to wear I often reach for this as I know it will look great on.
Natural Collection Blushed Cheeks in Peach Melba - £1.99.
Ending with a great cheap option. I had forgotten how great this blush is. The packaging is very basic and cheap however the product definitely makes up for it. It is the perfect matte peachy pink shade that adds just the right amount of colour to the skin. If you are looking for the perfect natural everyday shade to brighten up the skin this is definitely worth checking out. 
Milani Baked Blush in Berry Amore
Natural Collection Blushed Cheeks in Peach Melba
L-R Soft Pink, Berry Amore, Peach Melba
All of these aren't too bold which is something I look for with having fair skin. They're long wearing and always add just the right amount of colour and glow to the cheeks. What are your favourite affordable blushers?

2 comments:

  1. I love the Max Factor blush in Soft Pink! I've been wearing powder blush more recently, but can't wait to get back into cream as Spring and Summer approach! xx

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  2. I'm desperate to get my hands on the Milani blushers - trying to resist though. Fab post xx

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