Five Pink Blushes for Spring
Do you remember my post about the pink makeup products for Spring? Pink is always the hottest shade for the new season, I personally believe that rose-tinted cheeks instantly changes everything! You look fresher, and even younger, in a way.
This is why I’ve decided to show you five different variants that you may like…
Clarins Clarins Multi-Blush Cream Blush 02 Candy (review and swatches)
This is a good option for those that are afraid of pigmented and “greasy” blushes, you can get a very sheer coverage with Multi-Blush, plus the texture is more cream-to-powder, so should work for all skin types. This is the most natural shade out of five.
Daniel Sandler Watercolour Creme -Rouge Blusher in Hot Pink (review and swatches)
Hot Pink is probably my personal favourite from the bunch. It may look scary in the pan, but it is very lovely on the skin, as it is easy to blend it out. It is an instant “pick-me-up” product. I use it all the time when I want to brighten my whole look.
Benefit Posietint (review and swatches)
Another favourite of mine. It is a gel-like liquid blush which gives a gorgeous cool toned pink stain. I should use it more often…
Illamasqua Powder Blusher Duo in Katie and Ambition (review and swatches)
This is the lightest, cotton candy, shade from the selection, plus it is in a powder form. I perfectly understand that other people may prefer it to creams/liquids, so had to include Katie. It should look great on fair & light skin tones.
BECCA Beach Tint in Watermelon (review and swatches)
And Watermelon, on the other hand, should look nice on girls with darker skin, although it does work for me, too. It is a waterproof blush which stays on for hours!
And which is your ultimate pink blush?