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3 shimmering blushes for summer

Summer is in full swing and with 'glass skin' being a trend, I have been reaching for more shimmery blushes for a more radiant glow. These are my 3 favourite picks with drugstore and high ends picks.
The Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powders are one of my favourite products in my collection, with it's finely milled powder it gives you the most beautiful glow. Radiant Light is a light peachy orange with shimmer that also smooths out your pores. The powders do have a little kickback but blends and build perfectly across your skin giving you a soft warm glow. It lasts all day long and looks better with wear. The only con is it's a little expensive.
Milani is a very affordable drugstore brand and their blushes are one of the best selling products. Warm Petals is a warm bronzey peach with shimmer however on the cheeks and swatches it has a satin finish so the shimmer is very minimal. These blushes have incredible pigmentation, are easy to blend but are a little powdery. It's very easy to go overboard with this shade especially if you have light or pale skin. It, however, does not fade on me.

The shimmering skin perfectors are technically a highlighter, but for lighter skin tones this is a beautiful radiant blush, Rose Gold is a beautiful light pink peach with rose gold reflect and gives you the most luminous glow swept across your cheeks. This formula is incredibly smooth and buildable and fades nicely throughout the day.

TOP TO BOTTOM: HOURGLASS RADIANT LIGHT, MILANI WARM PETALS, BECCA ROSE GOLD

With shimmering blushes I definitely recommend going in with a light hand, I personally reach for more coral and orange shades throughout the summer. Something I recommend with blushes is if you can get the mini size, purchase that as blushes are really hard to finish.

What blushers have you been reaching for?

Until next time!

Joyce x

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29 comments:

  1. all these shimmer blushes are so pretty! i really want to try the hourglass blush!

    tabitha ♥ http://www.latenightsandlattes.co.uk/

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  2. Oh I absolutely adore the Milani blushes! x

    Terri // Terri Talks

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  3. I am not too big a fan of shimmery blush, but that Milani one looks beautiful!

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  4. I don't wear blush, but these all look so beautiful! That Milani blush is gorgeous xx

    Hannah | luxuryblush

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  5. I am just dying to try a Milani blusher! x

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  6. These definitely wouldn't suit my skin tone, which is a shame because they look so beautiful

    Chelle: www.chellebelle2016.blogspot.com

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    1. That's a shame but I've seen people wear these blushes with all sorts of skin tone especially warm petals x

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  7. i really want to try the hourglass blush! - dieta 21 dias

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  8. Oooh, all three look gorgeous! Milani do some gorgeous blushes!

    Lucy | Forever September

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    1. they do have some really pretty blushes x

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  9. this post is probably the best I've read allll day!! I love a shimmery pinky blush!!
    Milani just smash it don't they!
    Rosie

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  10. These shades are so beaut, I love a peachy pop of colour when it comes to blush! x

    Gemma Louise

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  11. Wow all of these look gorgeous, they definitely look like my kinda shades! Gorgeous photos as always :)

    Kate | www.katelovesx.co.uk

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  12. Love the look of the Becca blush! x

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  13. Hourglass are on another level when it comes to blushes don't you think? Nothing seems to compare.

    Amy x
    The July Rose

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  14. What beautiful blushes! I especially love the Hourglass blush. They may be expensive but they're so worth it x

    Lauren | By Lauren May

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