Whether you’re lazy, have dehydrated skin or you just love the glowing properties of a cream blusher here are my favourites of the moment. I’ve chosen ones that aren’t Stila Convertible Colours as I’m planning on doing a full product review of these in the not too distant future. I really do believe everyone can wear cream blush so I’ve separated my favourites by skin type.
Maxfactor Cream Blusher in Soft Pink
Despite its frankly awful packaging (but this adds to its charm) this creamy blush is one that really is why I love cream products. Its best applied with fingers and looks great on the top of the cheek bones for a healthy pale pink glow. It looks beautiful on light, medium and deep skin tones and is really a great all-rounder and retains its dewiness without being silicony and slippy.
Elf Cream Blusher in Vixen
This is a nice cream to powder berry blusher that applies nicely with a stippling brush. It’s seriously pigmented so I’d advise bluffing a bit off in the lid before going onto the cheeks as frankly nobody wants to looks like coco the clown.
Topshop Cream Blusher in Head over Heels
I love Topshop’s makeup line and feel it represents really good value for money. This peachy-coral blush looks great with a tan to give you a summery flush that lasts really well on the skin. The compact also has a decent mirror for touch ups on the go.
Revlon Cream Blusher in Enchanted Enchantment
My favourite cream blush bar the Stila Convertible Colours is this beautiful shade from Revlon. It’s a pale creamy berry shade that looks lovely applied with fingers or a brush. I love this one layered with a little highlight over the top as it seems to look nice and healthy like you’ve been on a blustery walk.
I really do think there’s a cream blush for everyone and they’re a great alternative for the summery months for a radiant easy look. Plus they’re great when you’re in a rush and often come in handy as a dual purpose product for the lips! Let me know your favourite cream blushers and how you like to apply them?