My Top 4 Cream Blushers

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Revlon PhotoReady Cream Blush|Soap&Glory Sexy Mother|Topshop Cream Blusher.

Cream blusher is not everyones cup of tea and it certainly wasn’t mine to start out with but I have been completely converted! Easy to blend, full of pigmentation and with a better staying power than powder blushers here are my favourites.

Revlon PhotoReady Cream Blusher in Pinched£7.99

The first cream blusher I ever tried and the easiest to use for anyone just starting out. Its a very natural peach blush perfect for fair skinned girls but would also look great on darker skin. Easy to blend, best applied with fingers for a fresh faced look.

Soap&Glory Sexy Mother Blush in Onamatopecha£9.00

If you prefer a more shimmery cream blush then this offering from Soap&Glory is for you, slightly less creamy than the Revlon one but still blends easily and is full of pigmentation. I love applying this one with my fingers and then buffing it in with a stippling brush.

Toshop Cream Blusher in Afternoon Tea & Head Over Heels£7.00

The cream blushers from Topshop look pretty scary and bright in the pan but once they are applied – I love applying these with the Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge they become gorgeous natural blushers that blend easily. Also the packaging is adorable! Afternoon Tea is a dolly pink whereas Head Over Heels is a more peachy orange colour.

What are your favourite cream blushers?

Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO

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9 thoughts on “My Top 4 Cream Blushers

  1. Lovely post! My favourite cream Blushers are definitely from Topshop as I find they go on really nicely especially when I apply them using the Real Techniques Stippling Brush which I bought recently. x

  2. I have yet to try the Topshop cream blushes the colors you have look amazing! I feel like cream blushes can be a bit intimidating, but once you get the hang of them they look so beautiful on the skin. Great post!

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