This was originally published on Consumer Discovery.
The 30-Second Review
Today, I’m rating the top 5 blushes I’ve used based on the color saturation and ease of use and how nicely they look on my face. Most of the ones I use are pink, but I’m not necessarily looking at what the color is as much as how it looks. My favorite and my new go-to is Seraphine Botanicals Lychee & Gold blush.
How We Picked The Best Blush
I looked at how well they stayed on my face, how easy they were to put on, and how well the color showed up on my face.
Seraphine Botanical Lychee & Gold Blush
This stuff is amazing. I received it in a subscription box and I absolutely love it. It is easy to put on, and it lasts all day. This particular blush only comes in the one color, but they have other similar ones such as Mangosteen and Gold. The only downside is I didn’t get it with a brush.
Physicians Formula Multi-Colored Blush
This one is great because you can get different looks with the same palette. I have the “blushing rose” shade. It also comes in berry, mocha, natural, and blushing peach. It also comes with a nice brush right in the palette
Best Value Pick
Revlon Powder Blush
This one came from Walmart, but can be found at any drugstore. It’s very affordable, and it comes in seven shades. It has its own brush that makes it easy to put on.
Best Baked Blush
This is a great blush that just gives a slight pop of color. It comes it three shades: peachy cheeky, rich rose, and passion pink. It is very affordable at only $3 from elf. The only downside is that it doesn’t come with a brush unless you get it as part of a blush kit.
Best Mineral Blush
Avon Smooth Minerals
This is a great option if you love or need to have mineral makeup. I have it in the blushing mauve shade, but it comes in 8 shades for different skin tones.