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
The Best No. 6: NARS Cream Blush, $27TotalBeauty.com average reader rating: 9.4*
Why: Readers rave about the rich pigmentation of this blush and how it is "absolutely mistake-proof." It will not "accentuate pores or acne scars" and has "an amazing texture that is silky, soft, and smooth" making it "very easy to blend and build color." One reader with oily skin says this blush "is not greasy" and has "better staying power than any other brand [she's] tried." The blush has a "fresh, translucent, and dewy" effect and "goes on very subtle, but is buildable" in color. Readers also love the consistency of this blush because it "applies as a cream but feels like a powder."
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