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SnugglySnerd Fri 19-Aug-16 09:36:01

Can anyone recommend a good, affordable blusher please? I currently use Benefit Dandelion but it's very expensive and I can't really afford it anymore.
My experience of cheap blusher is that it all crumbles into tiny pieces in no time but there must be a good one out there! Thanks.

MadHattersWineParty Fri 19-Aug-16 09:40:22

Ooh place marking as I like the Benifit Sugar Bomb but it's so expensive.

HoneyDragon Fri 19-Aug-16 09:42:07

I'm a huge fan of boots natural collection blushers. Highly pigmented and last all day.

alafolie29 Fri 19-Aug-16 09:43:44

If you want a fairly pink blusher, I would recommend Max Factor Creme Puff blusher in Lovely Pink. Otherwise, MUA's blusher in Cupcake is only £1 and actually very good for the price.

pinkieandperkie Fri 19-Aug-16 10:57:49

Yes to Mua blusher in Cupcake. I picked this up a couple of days ago. I can not believe it was £1 and really good colour.

PaperdollCartoon Fri 19-Aug-16 11:36:17

I have a Morphe palette that I love. Has 9 colours (not in tiny pans), was cheap but doesn't feel it. I've bought much more expensive brands before that were no better quality

littlewoollypervert Fri 19-Aug-16 11:37:45

Rose Ambre by Bourjois. Non glittery and v natural and lasts absolutely FOREVER (I think I've had the same one for 3 years now)

SnugglySnerd Fri 19-Aug-16 12:25:23

Thanks for all the suggestions, I wondered about Bourjois.
Where could I buy the Mua one from?

ChishandFips33 Fri 19-Aug-16 19:05:46

Bourjois here too - non glittery/shimmer
Number 7 has been good for ease of application/colour/density - and not crumbling

TheBitterBoy Fri 19-Aug-16 19:19:05

Mua is in Superdrug

Gertiegoolash Fri 19-Aug-16 19:21:43

Sleek blushers are really good, I have the Lace pallette and one of the colours is a dupe for Nars Orgasm.

SnugglySnerd Fri 19-Aug-16 19:30:16

Brilliant, thanks everyone.

TyrionLannistersShadow Fri 19-Aug-16 19:37:37

I love Bourjois Rose d'Or blush

keeponkeepinon Sat 20-Aug-16 08:06:31

Yep, bourgeois rose d'or. Love it.

keeponkeepinon Sat 20-Aug-16 08:07:09

*Bourjois!

DaftSkunk Sat 20-Aug-16 08:15:51

MUA cupcake is brilliant for £1.

Kittycatcat Wed 24-Aug-16 13:12:21

I love MUA it stays on all day. I think my one is bubblegum. I've had Chanel and Lancôme and Mac and this beats them!

ThePortlyPinUp Wed 24-Aug-16 14:22:12

Sleek Rose Gold is a brilliant dupe of Nars Orgasm and is only a few quid. It's all I use now smile

JanieLloydFoxe Wed 24-Aug-16 15:02:56

Another vote for Bourjois Rose d'Or. Great pigmentation and lasts for ages.

Diggingmywayout Wed 24-Aug-16 15:04:40

Great thread - just what I need!

OuchLegoHurts Wed 24-Aug-16 16:53:43

A vote here for Bourjois, rose de jaspe. They're actually all fabulous shades and last years!

UterusUterusGhali Wed 24-Aug-16 18:26:23

I use MUA cupcake and it's ace.

I was looking for a non-spangly blusher and chucked it in the basket as a stop-gap, but I'm seriously impressed!

ChishandFips33 Fri 09-Sep-16 21:55:14

Impressed here too with the MUA cupcake - except for dropping it on second day and it shattering! So glad it was only £1!

Is there anywhere else that sells it other than Superdrug?

cheeseandmarmite15 Fri 09-Sep-16 22:34:59

englishmineralmakeup.co.uk/product/blush/

I've been using this over the summer. My daughter is a vegan and I found it whilst looking at stuff for her!

The shade I use is hot pink. It's build one and stays put until I remove it!

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