Whether you’re a bride on a budget, or you’re looking to splash the cash on your wedding day make-up, we’ve rounded up 10 of the best blushers for brides.
From high-street buys that cost less than a cocktail to luxury blushers you’ll treasure, there’s something for everyone.
How to choose a blusher
Nowadays blusher formulas range from light-as-air sticks to skin hydrating creams and blendable gels – choosing one to suit you depends on your skin type.
If you have normal to dry skin, a cream blush will work perfectly as it adds an extra layer of moisture. For normal to oily skin, opt for powder blush that won’t fade on your skin as it produces oil.
Oily skin works best with gel blusher.
How to apply blusher
For the most natural look, apply blusher at the top of the apple of your cheeks, where natural rosiness would appear first.
What kind of brush should I use for cream blusher?
Traditional powder blusher is best applied with a class blusher brush, whereas cream formulations work better with a dense brush to achieve a dewy glow. Gel blushers can be dabbed onto the cheeks with your fingers.