Our round-up of the best blush­ers to suit ev­ery bud­get SPEND SPREE

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The best blush­ers for ev­ery bud­get

For those of us han­ker­ing af­ter a gor­geous glow, blusher has al­ways been a make-up bag sta­ple. How­ever, nowa­days there’s a blush to suit ev­ery­one, from light-as-air stick for­mu­las, to skin hy­drat­ing creams and blend­able gels.

Find­ing the right blusher comes down to 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 a pow­der blush that won’t fade as your skin pro­duces oil. For oily skin a gel will stay put best.

For the most nat­u­ral look, ap­ply blusher at the top of the ap­ple of your cheeks, where rosi­ness would first ap­pear nat­u­rally. For pow­der blush, use a tra­di­tional blusher brush for an even ap­pli­ca­tion. Cream for­mu­las work best with a dense brush to achieve that cov­eted dewy glow, while gels can sim­ply be dabbed on to your cheeks with your fin­gers.

All of th­ese blush­ers are user-friendly, al­low­ing even make-up novices to cre­ate a healthy, flushed­from-within glow – the only choice you have to make is how much you want to spend!

Barry M Blusher Quad Pal­ette, £5.99 SAVE

Nars Or­gasm Blush, £24

Rim­mel Maxi Blush Pow­der Blush, £5.99

Stila Con­vert­ible Colour Dual Lip & Cheek Cream, £16

Mac Pow­der Blush, £19.50

Lumene In­vis­i­ble Il­lu­mi­na­tion Water­color Blush, £22.50

Julep Skip the Brush Crème to Pow­der Blush Stick, £17, QVC

Col­lec­tion speedy blush, £3.99

Glossier Cloud Paint, £15

Chante­caille Cheek Gelée, £36

Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge, £22

Revlon Pho­tore­ady In­sta-blush, £9.99

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