Bright Pink Blush Love: NYX Hot Pink, No7 Blooming Pink and Daniel Sandler Hot Pink
I just love bright pink blush for winter months (and not only) as it really brightens the face and makes you look healthy and pretty!
So I’ve picked up three bright pink blushers that I have to show you.
NYX Cream Blush in Hot Pink , no7 Blooming Pink and Daniel Sandler Hot Pink.
This is the brightest and the most pigmented blush. You really need the tiniest amount of it, I think it would work great on the darker skin tones but you can still wear it if you have fair skin tone like I do. NYX’s Hot Pink is also the warmest of all three. You get a lot of product for the price. Read a more details review here.
No7 Vital Brights Cream Blush in Blooming Pink
This one is a Limited Edition for Spring so you better get it now if you want one. The texture is cream-to-powder and it really reminds me of the amazing YSL blushes. Colour wise, it’s a gorgeous bright blue based fuchsia which is actually really wearable. You can get a delicate effect but can also build it up. Detailed review and swatches on the cheeks here.
Daniel Sandler Watercolour Creme -Rouge Blusher in Hot Pink
This is the latest addition to the Daniel Sandler blushes and, let me tell you, it’s just beautiful! I am already a huge fan of Daniel’s Watercolours so I had high expectations for this baby and it did deliver! Although the colour looks really bright in the pan it has a light and sheer texture which looks very natural on the face. I have also used it on the lips over the lip balm and it looked amazing! Definitely among my favourites now. I took some photos of it applied so will post more details later.
Although I do have a lot of blushes, no7 Blooming Pink and Daniel Sandler Hot Pink have a very special place in my collection and I would highly recommend them!
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