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

TripTrapTripTrapOverTheBridge Tue 22-Apr-14 00:15:19

Bobbi Brown pot rouge in powder pink.

You need a cream/gel blush for dewy really.

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