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Pinky peach blush recommendation for medium fair skin

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Uhohmummy Wed 11-Jan-17 17:43:30

Not too pink. Not too peach. Not sparkly.
Have tried Nars Orgasm and Deep Throat and like the colours but not the glitter. Same with the Sleek dupe.
Any recommendations?

RemusLupinsChristmasMovie Wed 11-Jan-17 18:39:11

Have you tried Benefit Dandelion? Lovely and no shine or glitter, but maybe not peachy enough?

For peachy, Soap and Glory do a pretty good one.

Disabrie22 Wed 11-Jan-17 19:14:41

Bobbi Brown have one out called Nectar which is supposed to look good on everyone?

PaulDacresConscience Wed 11-Jan-17 19:35:55

This Too Faced one is nice - is it peachy enough for you?

I have this Sleek one and it is very pigmented. A much stronger peach if that's what you are looking for?

Dailymaildailyfail Wed 11-Jan-17 19:37:16

MAC Melba is the perfect pinky peach blush

sammy891 Wed 11-Jan-17 19:40:49

Clinique Peach Pop is pinky-peach on me and I have similar colouring

PersisFord Wed 11-Jan-17 19:43:46

I have mac Springsheen - same colour as orgasm really but glitter is more subtle. But....I have been hunting for one in the same colour but with no glitter FOREVER so i will be watching with interest....

Botanicbaby Wed 11-Jan-17 19:48:53

Boots natural collection cream blush in squeezy tube in rose or natural.

shirkingworking Wed 11-Jan-17 19:49:10

I was going to say Bobbi Brown nectar too. Love it and wear it every day (Orgasm when going out as agree re sparkle). I have quite warm toned skin but pale

PersisFord Wed 11-Jan-17 20:06:13

The nectar looks quite a bluey pink on the website.....is it peachier in real life <fingers credit card>

Uhohmummy Wed 11-Jan-17 20:23:01

I like the sound of Nectar but agree it looks quite pink on the website.
Should also add that I've recently got rid of Mac Peachykeen - it crumbled after not much use but the colour wasn't right either, too pink and too much shimmer for me.

ChishandFips33 Wed 11-Jan-17 20:34:24

low budget end tries;
MUA cupcake and I have a Bourjois non sparkly peachy one - number has rubbed off though <not helpful>

Chicinwellies Wed 11-Jan-17 21:08:14

There's really a blusher called Deep Throat? Jeez.

IvorHughJarrs Wed 11-Jan-17 21:11:05

What about Benefit Rockateur? It looks very pale but gives a nice natural colour

jelliedeel Wed 11-Jan-17 22:00:52

I bought Benefit real cheeky palette and like the Sugar bomb and Rockateur when I really bought it for the Coralista. Also Liz Earl cream blush in Nectar is a very pretty corally pink colour.
Check out Cosmopolitan's 50 tried and tested blushers to see what they could look like.

jelliedeel Wed 11-Jan-17 22:04:05

Make up revolution blush stick in Rush is good also. I have the glittery one and the matte version too.

jeaux90 Wed 11-Jan-17 22:58:48

Sugar bomb second vote here. Love that.

user1468928560 Wed 11-Jan-17 23:08:07

Laura Mercier Lush nectarine or peach whisper?
I also have a nice Kiko shade fusion trio blush (shade 03 or 04), great quality smile

Uhohmummy Fri 13-Jan-17 14:51:54

Anyone tried Chanel Rose Initial? Sounds lovely.

ArieltheMermaid1720 Fri 13-Jan-17 15:42:00

Agree Laura mercier lush nectarine and the Kiko trio.

BusterGonad Fri 13-Jan-17 16:06:04

The Body Shop do one, its in a round clear palette, it's a two toned swirled one with a peach and a soft pink. It's lovely.

ClaudiaNaughton Fri 13-Jan-17 16:17:14

Maybelline dream touch blush 07. It's a cream one.

Uhohmummy Fri 26-May-17 09:59:46

Updating this as I've found the one: Lancôme Blush Subtil in Sorbet de Corail. Hope that helps someone.

thethoughtfox Fri 26-May-17 11:31:40

Milani Luminoso. Lots of youtube make up artists use it. Lovely peach colour. Seems to be one of those miracle products that goes with every skin tone and make up look. It's really cheap. I paid about £5.50 on Amazon and am super pale skinned.

Deathraystare Fri 26-May-17 15:21:12

Kiko do a gorgeous stick one. I think it is a highlighter but is quite pigmented I think it is 02 but cannot remember . Very corally pink/red gold colour (subtler than I am describing though).

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