Saturday, 26 April 2014

We all love pink blusher, it can give you a natural, healthy glow without looking too fake or caked on. I've got a few different pink blushers: SEVENTEEN Cheek Stamp, No7 Natural Blush Tint Powder, Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush, Maybelline Dream Touch Blush and Natural Collection Blushed Cheeks. I didn't want to go into their qualities, instead I wanted to have a bit of fun to help you find out which blush is for you. Please note: do not take this quiz seriously! It's just a bit of fun :)

When looking for a blusher, which texture do you go for?

  1. Mousse-like texture, easy to apply using your fingertips
  2. Powder, easily buildable 
  3. Creamy blusher, can be as sheer or matte as you want
  4. Light powder, blending into your natural glow
  5. Thick powder, gives you a strong glow
On an average weekday, which shade of blush do you go for?
  1. Glittery pink 
  2. Soft, barely there pink 
  3. Hot pink 
  4. Peach pink
  5. Pink with shades of brown, very subtle
Choosing a blusher, what is the most important factor?
  1. It has to give your skin a glowy finish
  2. Contains vitamins to care and condition your skin
  3. Lasts all day 
  4. Cheap 
  5. Easy application
Which brand do you prefer? 
  1. Maybelline
  2. No7
  3. Max Factor
  4. Natural Collection
How much money are you willing to spend on a blusher?
  1. £6
  2. £8
  3. £7
  4. £2
  5. £5


Mostly 1s

Maybelline's Dream Touch Blush is the one for you! It's a mousse blush so it's soft on the skin, easily blends in and leaves you with a natural finish. It's quite glittery, adding a natural glow to your skin without clogging your pores. Great for nighttime. Pat on cheeks with your fingertips. 

Mostly 2s

No7 Natural Blush Tint Powder has micro fine powders for a smooth application onto the cheeks. It contains vitamin E and Pro Vitamin B5 to care and condition the skin. This shade, Soft Damson, is a subtle pink that you can build upon using your blush brush. 

Mostly 3s

This is one amazing blusher! It's the Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush in Soft Pink. It's so creamy and glides onto your cheeks effortlessly. You can apply using your finger or with a sponge. You can have a light pink or build it up for a hot pink shade. It looks fresh all day, is non-greasy and suitable for all skin types. 

Mostly 4s

Natural Collection's blusher is a steal at only £1.99! This shade is Peach Melba and was incredibly popular amongst bloggers during Summer. It's a light powder and is fragrance free. You don't get much coverage from it but it's perfect if you're looking for that natural flush. 

Mostly 5s

SEVENTEEN's Cheek Stamp Blush is a new introduction to the blusher fold. It has a sponge applicator, which might sound a bit juvenile, but it's actually quite fun haha! It's available in lots of different colours, this one has brown tones to it. You can blend in the colour or build it up further using the applicator. 

I hope you enjoyed reading this post and managed to find the blush for you!


love, Cally


  1. Great post idea! I'm loving the Maybelline blush at the moment! :)

    Style Sunrise

    :) x

    1. Thank you! The Maybelline blush is the one I use the most :)

  2. I think I have the Natural Collection one! I've barely used it though. Blush scares me and I'm not sure I can apply it right but I'm so pale I think I need to investigate! Loved this, such a unique post.

    Jo xx

    She Wears Burgundy

    1. Thank you! Aww you should try it, blush is the easiest piece of make up to apply in my opinion. Just follow your cheekbone, blend it in if needed and you'll be fine :) x