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Best cream blusher ?

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JennyHolzersGhost Thu 16-Feb-17 10:04:19

Hi all - would appreciate some help! Sorry if this is a repeat of other threads.

I'm currently using up the last of a Max Factor Miracle Touch cream blusher which I've had for ages.
It's perfectly fine but I was wondering whether there were other products out there which were better?
I've got the rose pink shade and ideally I'd like something just a little more subtle - I need some colour on my cheeks but I'm not good at the obvious-blusher look.
It definitely needs to be cream - I find it looks so much more natural than powder.
Am price-flexible.

Would welcome suggestions!

NomDePlumeReloaded Thu 16-Feb-17 10:24:26

I like the Rosie @ M&S ones. I'm also a buyer of all high end make up, so wasn't expecting much from a mid priced 'celeb' range but it is lovely. I've got the English Rose (a dusky rose pink) and the tawny brown one, I think it's called Camisole Blush. Both have a creamy texture without being slippery and oily, they blend really nicely. I apply with a stippling brush but you could easily use fingers.

JennyHolzersGhost Thu 16-Feb-17 12:07:26

Thanks - I wouldn't have thought of M&S ! Will pop in and have a look.

Pistachiois50pmore Thu 16-Feb-17 12:12:06

Just said on another thread but the NARS matte multiples are great cream blushes. Great username btw

redannie118 Thu 16-Feb-17 12:14:30

Revlon do a really nice one. I have very pale skin and it gives me a lovely rosy glow

SprinkleOfInsanity Thu 16-Feb-17 12:15:00

Have a look online at the 'Daniel Sandler watercolour blush'.

Totally converted from powder blush, it's the bees knees!

FeliciaJollygoodfellow Thu 16-Feb-17 17:07:52

I like MUA Luxe cream blushes. Spry is a lovely neutral browny pink. They're only about £3 as well so good to try out.

JennyHolzersGhost Thu 16-Feb-17 20:02:53

Thanks for all the tips everyone ! Plenty to explore here.

DameXanaduBramble Thu 16-Feb-17 20:06:30

I use Nars multiple, among others. The Rosie one is made by Clarins so that's why it's of a good quality.

Ilovetorrentialrain Thu 16-Feb-17 20:13:05

OP I love my Bobbi Brown cream blush. Can really recommend.

MumBod Thu 16-Feb-17 20:14:51

Nars multiple all the way. Only blusher that

A) I can control.

B) Isn't disappointing

EatsShitAndLeaves Thu 16-Feb-17 20:14:56

I like Stila convertible colour.

Also Charlotte Tilbury beach sticks and the Bobbi Brown pots.

The stila on in peony is the one I tend to reach for first though and the fact I've hit the pan on it.

loveka Thu 16-Feb-17 20:27:03

I love Bobbi Brown. I also have a Mally one in a tube which is great!

Is all Rosie made by Clarins?

JennyHolzersGhost Thu 16-Feb-17 21:17:13

Interesting that there are so many recommendations for Nars ! Is it ok to apply with fingers? I'm not the most makeup-y person TBH.

JennyHolzersGhost Thu 16-Feb-17 21:18:54

Also noting 2 votes for Bobbi Brown.

loveka Thu 16-Feb-17 22:57:37

I put Bobbi on with fingers. Also Mally.

DameXanaduBramble Thu 16-Feb-17 23:00:04

Yes, lovka, I think it is.

Monkeyface26 Thu 16-Feb-17 23:03:02

Stila - convertible colour. With fingers or a stippling brush. Lovely. M&S stock it.

Tartyflette Fri 17-Feb-17 22:23:00

Liz Earle cream blush is very light and subtle , almost transparent but suits me very eell.

JennyHolzersGhost Sun 19-Feb-17 20:32:56

Thank you all for all the suggestions! Any others also welcome.

Housewife2010 Sun 19-Feb-17 22:04:22

Becca Beach Tint is a liquid cream and fantastic. Blends in beautifully. I found CT Beach Stick too greasy - I felt it removed the foundation below. I found that BB needed more blending. Becca is perfect.

MorrisZapp Sun 19-Feb-17 22:06:53

I only ever put one blusher on my cheeks: the George make up at asda one, in Marshmallow. Costs four quid and I love it, much more than the many high end ones I've had over the years.

MissisBoote Mon 20-Feb-17 08:29:45

I like both the beach beach tint and beach cream blush - both long lasting which is good for someone like me who doesn't bother with touch up's.

MissisBoote Mon 20-Feb-17 08:30:04

Becca not beach

MissFoodie Mon 20-Feb-17 20:29:54

Daniel Sandler water colour, reduced on feelunique too

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