6 Best Blushes -- and the 6 Worst
Want a perfectly-flushed complexion? You need a great blush. Here are the ones that'll help you glow -- and the ones that are so bad they'll turn your cheeks red with frustration
Why: Readers give an "oh NO" to this product and say "sorry, Smashbox, but no one blushes in hot pink or fuchsia." Unfortunately "the color seems to be the same on any and every skin tone," leaving readers to "doubt that this blush reacts differently to different skin tones" like the product actually claims. "It was really difficult to control how much color you wanted," says another reader, "and the hardest part was getting both cheeks evenly colored." It is "not a good product for oily or combination skin," because "this silky silicone-based gel doesn't really have staying power" and "made me breakout" more. The "filmy texture" makes it "hard to blend no matter how many techniques were tried," leaving "a red glob that just felt oily" on cheeks. Yuck.
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