Mentioned in my November favourites Frat Boy is a beautiful, every day blush. The pinky shade is so pretty. Extremely pigmented, do not overload your brush as I did the other day. Use with caution and a light hand. If like me you become over zealous, do not worry a little pressed powder fixes the problem, and is very easy to blend out.
Converted. Truly I am now a convert. Long championing bronzer at all times of the year, I have recently discovered a few amazing blushers, that suit my skin tone and type and now I can’t get enough. These five, are the guys I have been reaching for on a daily basis.
Much less pigmented than Frat Boy and than expected, Tarte’s Tipsy is always great for every day. Surprisingly when I first and last used this I had to apply much more than I thought needed. Still, so pretty and beautiful to blend once layered up.
So Susan’s blush gives a different look completely to the skin. Again another blush to feature in one of my few monthly favourites. This is gorgeous, a subtle pink, leaving the cheeks with just enough colour, and the most beautiful sheen. I really love this. Tipsy and Frat Boy seem much flatter on the skin. So Susan seems to bring the face to life.
Benefit’s Hervana has been a favourite for a few weeks now, providing just enough colour to liven up the cheeks. Swirled together this looks lovely swept over the high points on your face.
Last but not least and actually one of my favourites, MUA’s £1 Lolly. A lovely orange/coral blush, that is highly pigmented, however slightly powdery. For the price tag on this blush, the powdery texture can certainly be overlooked for the colour pay off you are rewarded with. Beautiful.