Long lasting blusher recommendation please!

(16 Posts)
ClaraBorne Mon 22-Feb-16 21:20:10

I currently use Bourjois Rose Brun but it is gone within a couple of hours. I've heard sleek blushers are good but my local Superdrug doesn't stock them so I'll have to order on-line Out on a limb, wondering if anybody as any knowledge of the shades in real life and which one is most like Rose Brun? Or any other long lasting blusher out there I could consider? I am blue Irish pale.

Believeitornot Mon 22-Feb-16 21:20:45

Do you have any primer under your blusher? This makes a huge difference IMO

Juliecloud Mon 22-Feb-16 21:23:32

The only ones that last on me are the liquid cheek stains. Benefit do a good selection. I think the Body Shop and Marks and Spencer do them too.

Judydreamsofhorses Mon 22-Feb-16 21:34:33

I don't know the Bourjois one, but what about a cream blush? Bobbi Brown's Pot Rouge range has some very pale pinky colours, and there's a MAC one called something like Posey which might suit. I use a setting powder over blush, mine is the By Terry one, and that helps too.

Tia4 Mon 22-Feb-16 22:15:17

Tesco sell Sleek

ClaraBorne Mon 22-Feb-16 22:42:22

I've got some primer but don't use it so I'll give that a go.

I'm hopeless with cream blusher, end up looking like Aunt Sally. blush grin

We do have a Tesco nearby so I'll head off and have a real life gander, thanks everybody!

MissTessmacher Mon 22-Feb-16 22:46:39

Bourjois blushers are crap. Barely any pigment and they're dry as hell.

Sleek blushers are amazing. I prefer their powder formula to the cream-to-powder one but they're both fantastic.

Max Factor ones in the wee round pots are great too. More subtle but great staying power.

mrslebon Mon 22-Feb-16 22:54:23

NARS Orgasm lasts all day on me. I find Sleek too pigmented and only used the rose gold one once. You can have it if you want!

ClaraBorne Tue 23-Feb-16 18:29:29

thank you what a lovely offer mrslebon that colour looks rather nice and lots of rave reviews on Amazon! Will PM you smile

justasecond Tue 23-Feb-16 18:46:54

Bobbi Brown powder ones last all day. They are the most long lasting ones I have found having tried loads. The cream ones are useless, only look good for about an hour.

mrslebon Tue 23-Feb-16 21:28:38

No problem! I'll have a look for it in the morning.

emsyj Tue 23-Feb-16 22:11:27

Daniel Sandler watercolour blush - shake it hard, a few drops in your palm and stroke it on with a small foundation brush (I use the Real Techniques one - the flat, pointed one). It stains and lasts for ever. Powder over the top and then layer on a little powder blush in the same shade over the top if you can be arsed.

plentyofshoes Thu 25-Feb-16 22:07:25

Clinique chubby stick. Put on at 6am and still on by 6pm. I am converted.

mrslebon Thu 25-Feb-16 22:31:49

Any particular shade @plentyofshoes? Never tried chubby sticks for cheeks.

Kennington Fri 26-Feb-16 07:25:14

Benetint and posietint last really well

I heard becca beach tint are good but have never tried

MooMinCow Fri 26-Feb-16 09:16:42

If you're after a powder blush, I find Tarte Blushers very long lasting. They are quite hard but very pigmented in a Big compact so will last forever. you can buy from QVC so can be returned if you don't get on with it.

I have the shade Natural Beauty (?) which a super bright pink red but think it suits all skin tones. Swatches here

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