Top 5 Spring Blushes

It seems like most blushes were made for spring, and why not? The sun is shining, flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and cheeks are flushing. Whether you want a pop of color with powder or you want a sheer natural grow with cream, you know that spring is a fun time to experiment with different shades of pink, peach and coral. These blushes add extra oomph and life to your face, and you can wear them for a minimal "no makeup"-makeup look or add more color to a dramatic contoured face.

ELF Beautifully Bare (Rose Royalty): A baby pink with bits of coral, this cream blush works wonderfully on bare skin, tinted moisture or a light foundation. You can also use it for a tinted lip balm for extra sweetness. Be aware that this is a bit difficult to blend, and not as smooth.

Tarte Amazonian Clay (Fearless): This is a matte warm toned medium pink, and it works so well on all skintones. Tarte is known for having beautiful blushes (along with beautiful packaging) that have more pastel shades rather than the deep, dramatic ones made for fall or winter. Fearless is no exception.

Milani Rose Powder (Coral Cove): For a drugstore brand, these the blushes for this line are very pigmented! Also a matte formula. Coral Cove is more peachy-pink. The packaging is oh-so adorable too!

Benefit Majorette: This peach shade is so smooth and creamy, and it feels like butter upon applying to your face. It applies as cream and sets as powder. It also has a sweet smell of peach and pomegranate

The Balm Instain (Toile): I have been on a Balm kick last year, and hands down this one of the funnest and feminine shades in the collection. It is a bright strawberry pink,  and has beautiful pigmentation and staying power.

Top–Bottom: ELF Beautifully Bare (Rose Royalty), Tarte Amazonian Clay (Fearless), Milani Rose Powder (Coral Cove), Benefit Majorette, The Balm Instain (Toile)

What are your go-to blushes for the spring?

1 comment :

  1. the flower petal one (Milani Rose) is sooo pretty! they all are tbh xx