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  • Good Blusher with Brush

    hi all please recommend some blusher you think lasting and the blusher with blush to me~

    currently using canmake blusher, thinking of swith to other brand

  • #2
    Hi ahmay1218,

    I'm using BB powder blush in nectar and pale pink. Very lasting. But brush not included if that's what you mean?

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    • #3
      Try Biotherm's blushes, I have the one in peach (forgot its number, need to check..), very pigmented and it comes with a brush, but it's just a very small brush which I never use. I normally use my MAC blusher blush

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      • #4
        yes yes
        i mean blusher with brush~

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        • #5
          I love shu shimmery, benefit dandelion and MAC sheertones. I dont normally use the brush that comes with blusher (I usually chuck them aside or dump em) cause I much prefer to use my own full-sized blusher brush.

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          • #6
            I love my benefit dandelion but the brush that comes with it is lousy, like Mango, I prefer to use my own blush brush.

            You can try Anna Sui's blush, they come with a cute little puff. L'Oreal blush delice is pretty good too

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            • #7
              Originally posted by mango
              I love shu shimmery, MAC sheertones.
              Like Mango, i also like Shu and MAC blushes.

              I am using BB blush brush. Nice and Fluffy and its picks up just the right amount of blush for my cheeks

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              • #8
                Helena Rubinstein is good. I like Pose in Rose. It comes in a compact with mirror and brush.

                But usually I prefer to use a bigger blusher brush.

                MAC Sheertones and Stila blushes are pretty good and cheaper too.

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                • #9
                  what's your budget?

                  I think for drugstore, Loreal's blush delice is quite nice.
                  there's quite a few shades to choose from too.

                  As for higher end ones, you can try Chanel which comes with a small brush.
                  Benefit's Dandelion is nice too, but I don't really use the brush.

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                  • #10
                    Chanel blushers are too expensive now! $56 a pop!

                    Used to buy Prescriptives lots and still have some e/s and blushers in their grey compacts. I don't invest in good blush brushes (for obvious reasons!) and I actually find the Px accompanying brush good enough. I do have a bigger blush brush as standby and it's a Px one too. It was a GWP from many moons ago..

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                    • #11
                      i used Loreal Blush Delice for the 1st time today and it lasted me a whole day! i was quite surprised as MAC Sheertone did not last so long on me.

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                      • #12
                        i'm using BB blush in blushed and MAC sheertone in peaceful, both are equally good. My next lemming will be Shu uemura's blushers!

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                        • #13
                          My fave are: Cargo Catalina and Tonga, Shu Uemura Pink 30 ($37), Tony & Tina Herbal Blush, Red Earth ($17), Stila ($2, KP ($32). These are my fave and they all seem to last long!

                          Another tip is that you may want to layer-on blushes frm different brand so it lasts longer. Like I usually layer Etude and Stila. To have a peachy pink flush.

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                          • #14
                            any blushes to recommend for a natural, peachy pink flush look??

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                            • #15
                              hi pinkqueen, what are the blush colours you like from tony&tina? are you refering to the powder blush or gel one?

                              also any idea how much isit? how's the quality, as compared to shu?

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