The first blush is Revlon's Photoready Cream Blush in Pinched, when it is Spring/Summer I love wearing cream blushes they are so light-weight on the cheeks and give a dewy look. This cream blush is an orangey/corally colour and has some shimmer but it is not very noticeable on the cheeks. The blush is really pigmented and lasts a good few hours on the cheeks. This shade will look great on any skin tone too. It costs around £7.99 which is a reasonable price and it does last, I've had this since last year and still got a lot left.
The next blush is the Catrice Blush in Love and Peach. Love and Peach is a gorgeous matte corally/orangey shade. This blush is really pigmented and creamy and lasts for quite a while on the cheeks. This shade will also look great on any skin tone. I'm not sure on price as the lovely Nia sent me this but it isn't expensive.
This is the MUA Mosaic Blush in English Rose. English Rose is a lovely light shimmery pink, I like to swirl my brush on all the shades and then apply on the cheeks and it gives a nice sheen to the cheeks. This shade looks best on lighter skin tones like myself as it is light pink and might not show up on darker skin tones.The blush isn't the most pigmented but it does last quite well on the cheeks. This Mosaic Blush is really cheap and only £2.50 which is a bargain and has been a favourite of mine for ages.
Next up is the Collection Shimmer Shade in Way To Glow, this is a lovely peahcy/brown sort of shade with shimmer it's hard to explain but what I like to do is swirl my brush in all the shades and apply to the cheeks, it gives a gorgeous sunkissed glow. This blush is quite pigmented and lasts for quite a while. It is cheap as well at only £4.19.
Finally this is the Bourjois Cream Blush in Rose Tender as I mentioned before I love wearing cream blushes in Spring/Summer and this is a gorgeous light peachy pink shade. These blushes are cream to powder formulation so it is in between sort of blush, it still has the dewiness of a cream blush but dries to a powder finish. This blush is really pigmented and lasts for a good amount of time on the cheeks. Bourjois Cream blushes cost £7.99 which is a reasonable price.
Here's swatches of all the shades, as you can see the Revlon and Catrice blush are really similar but the Revlon blush is a slightly more deeper orangey/corally shade. The MUA blush is a quite light shade. The Collection Shimmer Shade was hard to swatch but it does look a lot nicer on the cheeks than it does in this swatch. Last up the Bourjois blush is just a lovely shade. All of these shades are gorgeous Spring/Summer blushes.
Hope you enjoyed the post.
What are your favourite blushes for Spring and Summer, let me know in the comments.