They made it to the compact blush top
Of course the sun is a great highlighter but it can’t give you the rose-y or peach-y tones of a make-up powder. Apply the compact blush with a wet brush for a more intense look. Plus, if you want to take just a few items in your travel beauty kit, a double or trio color set can be used as an eyeshadow too.
You may know this long-wearing edition of products infused with Amazonian clay. If you like Tarte collections then you’ll want to try this one too. It promises a 12-hour resistance, but some say it lasts even more. It comes in soft to vivid and matte to shimmer to suit a wide variety of skin tones. The compact blush is paraben free.
Couldn’t resist this new product from Anastasia Beverly Hills! The trio blush is full-pigment for “buildable” intensity with a seamless finish. It’s a great choice because during summer your skin tone is different from one month to another. So you can blend them, highlight the cheek bone and give a fresh tone to the under cheek area.
This one below has the following shades: Peachy Love: Nectarine (matte dusty peach), Ginger (matte toasted coral) and Miami (matte bright peach with gold sparkle).
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Marc Jacobs Beauty’s ‘Air Blush’ duo pays homage to celebrity makeup artist Way Bandy who rose to fame during the Studio 54 era. This modern looking compact blush leaves skin radiant. ‘Lush & Libido 500’ is a whimsical combination of petal and orchid pink. The powder has a silky cream-like texture that blends easily. It’s free from parabens, sulfates and phthalates.
Photo main: Marc Jacobs Ad Campaign SS17
Finally, tell us in a comment which one of the above you’ve tried and what’s your honest opinion.