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Non sparkly blusher does it exist?

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CareBearWithFangs Sun 02-Nov-14 15:43:59

I've had enough of looking like a fairy. Why do all blushers have so much glitter in them?

Can anyone recommend a non sparkly blusher? Preferably under £15.

MrsMarigold Sun 02-Nov-14 16:09:51

Bourjois creme blusher - cheap n' lovely

NamasteGirl Sun 02-Nov-14 16:33:39

The Bourjois cream ones are good. Mac do glitter free ones too. Their pink Well Dressed blush is gorgeous.

AlpacaYourThings Sun 02-Nov-14 16:35:57

I have a few MAC ones that don't have glitter in them.

CecyHall Sun 02-Nov-14 16:38:39

I like the L'oreal le blush, I have a baby pinkish colour and a orangey brownish pink colour and they are both nice

bluesbaby Sun 02-Nov-14 17:12:33

Would love to know!

My favourite matte blushers have been discontinued sad No 17 were matte.

Carpaccio Sun 02-Nov-14 17:38:23

Sleek have some. They are very pigmented though so be careful when applying to avoid looking like a clown.

Inglot also have some. I only have one blusher from them, but I'm really pleased with it. It's quite pigmented but I find it a bit easier to blend than Sleek.

Mac also have loads.

Dawndonnaagain Sun 02-Nov-14 17:39:39

Definitely Mac. I have some, and as an oldie don't really do glittery stuff!

MorrisZapp Sun 02-Nov-14 17:40:59

Stila convertible colour is gorgeous and non sparkly.

Thestandingjokeoftheyear Sun 02-Nov-14 17:42:05

Bobbi Brown blushers. Bit more pricey tho.

Ujjayi Sun 02-Nov-14 17:57:12

Dior's Rosy Glow is gorgeous & sparkle-free. More expensive than £15 but worth the money as very long lasting.

HorraceTheOtter Sun 02-Nov-14 17:58:42

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OneLittleLady Sun 02-Nov-14 18:05:55

2nd boots natural collection

LosBreakingBad Sun 02-Nov-14 18:38:36

I've just been out to buy a non sparkly blusher, as I too am very old and unsparkly. I've bought a Laura Mercier one as she seemed to have a good selection of matte blushers. It was over £15 though.

Botanicbaby Sun 02-Nov-14 21:33:42

yeah the boots natural collection creme blushers in a squeezy tube are not sparkly, they give a really lovely 'glow' and the applicator is brilliant you don't waste any. they are about 2.99 I think. Bargain.

SweetPeaPods Sun 02-Nov-14 21:35:04

Bourjois or Max factor

cheeseismydownfall Sun 02-Nov-14 21:38:35

I love my Bare minerals blusher, totally matte. I have it in Whisper which is warm and not too pink (I'm am autumn).

BlueberryWafer Sun 02-Nov-14 21:49:20

Natural Collection is great and no glitter at all. this is the one I use and it looks really natural!

Pramula Sun 02-Nov-14 21:51:04

Yes agree, Bare minerals.

OscarWinningActress Sun 02-Nov-14 21:54:24

I have a Christian Dior one which I LOVE. It's over your price point but you get quite a good amount and it's highly pigmented (thus you require less) so it lasts for ages.

gennibugs Sun 02-Nov-14 21:59:20

I got a boots no7 one Friday and it's non sparkly. The lady at the till gave me a five pound off voucher which made it even cheaper. They had a reasonable selection of colours.

Mac have plenty of non sparkly too.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 02-Nov-14 23:07:59

The stamp ones by seventeen are excellent.

Honeydragon Sun 02-Nov-14 23:14:21

Boots natural collection. I won't use any other.

CareBearWithFangs Mon 03-Nov-14 14:02:04

Off to have a browse round boots. Thanks for all the suggestions. I also feel too old to be sparkly.

CareBearWithFangs Mon 03-Nov-14 16:28:01

I got the Dior healthy glow. A lot more than I intended to spend but I only bought the one thing which is very unusual when I go into department stores.

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