Can anyone recommend a nice pinky dewy looking blusher ? please

(37 Posts)
bishboschone Mon 21-Apr-14 20:33:54

I usually wear bb cream and bronzer but fancy a pinky colour . anyone know of any good ones .tia

Legologgo Mon 21-Apr-14 20:36:09

Any creme one. Try bobbi brown

Max Factor do a nice, cheapo one. Otherwise I'm a big fan of the Benefir cheek tints.

lavenderhoney Mon 21-Apr-14 20:58:24

L'oreal do a gel one in pink that's very nice.

bishboschone Mon 21-Apr-14 21:02:14

thanK's I only have boots to look in .. is creme better ?

babybarrister Mon 21-Apr-14 21:06:10

Try also space nk. On line

lurkingaround Mon 21-Apr-14 21:07:15

I find the creme ones sits in my pores. Don't like 'em. But I tend to oily skin, maybe that's it.
I have a Bobbi Brown powder blusher, looks viciously pink in the pot, a bit scary but really good. Think it's called soft pink or pale pink. It sort of glows a bit. Really fresh looking. Only thing is that it doesn't last all day. Other than that it's the best I've tried for dewy-ness.

TheBookofRuth Mon 21-Apr-14 21:08:25

Bourgeois are good, and they do creme ones. They currently have a pink one which is supposed to adapt to the right shade for your skin.

MsAspreyDiamonds Mon 21-Apr-14 21:09:45

Boots No 7 in Nude. I have used it for over 10 years & will be most upset if they discontinue it.

MUA range blushers are only �1 from Superdrug & very good quality.

Zhx3 Mon 21-Apr-14 21:13:37

Nars Orgasm for me, I love it. Bought it for quite a few of my friends too! It's a bit on the pricey side, but I don't wear make-up very often, so has lasted me for ages.

libertytrainers Mon 21-Apr-14 21:17:49

nars deep throat

justasecond Mon 21-Apr-14 21:28:42

I like cream blushers but have not found one that lasts and have tried lots. Atm I use Bobbi Brown powder blushes in desert pink or slopes and I find they last the day.

rootypig Mon 21-Apr-14 21:30:19

Topshop cream blushers are excellent
Bourjois powder blushers are better than Chanel (and the same company makes both)
Bobbi Brown in Slopes is the classic

Bobbi Brown pot rouge in powder pink.

You need a cream/gel blush for dewy really.

MrsCocoa Tue 22-Apr-14 01:00:59

How about this from Cargo:
www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_123883002299_-1

Or this from Stila:
www.boots.com/en/Stila-Convertible-Colour_1221022/

singaporeswing Tue 22-Apr-14 07:34:32

I second Bobbi Brown Slopes, gorgeous finish.

PotatoPolly Tue 22-Apr-14 07:39:24

Benefit do quite a big range of colours. Dallas might be the right kind of colour, or even their PosyTint stain.

conquita Tue 22-Apr-14 07:46:54

Sunday Riley - Honest

nowahousewife Tue 22-Apr-14 07:54:42

Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick in Rose

Nectarines Tue 22-Apr-14 07:57:38

Benefit dandelion is lovely

rootypig Tue 22-Apr-14 08:58:54

Stila convertible colour is fab, second that

LinusDKD Tue 22-Apr-14 09:00:36

Daniel Sandler watercolour blush in Flush.

You only need a teeny tiny amount of this liquid blush and then blend it quickly with your fingers. It also lasts for ages.

flippinada Tue 22-Apr-14 09:10:49

For budget, max factor creme blush in soft pink is v nice.

For spendy, Bobbi Brown pot rouge in raspberry is fab (looks very vivid in the packaging but blends down to a lovely, natural dewy finish).

DodderyOldSoul Tue 22-Apr-14 09:13:21

The Nars Orgasm is brilliant. Also bought it for my friends. Best make up ever.

smilerc Tue 22-Apr-14 09:30:40

I have to agree with the max factor blush in soft pink too. It's a tiny pot but so good. It is also raved about in a lot of the beauty blogs/videos I watch.
If you want a dewy finish you will need a creme blush.

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