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. 1: Laura Mercier Second Skin Cheek Colour, $24TotalBeauty.com average reader rating: 9.8*
Why: Readers "absolutely love" and "highly recommend" this blush, saying it "compliments tan as well as pale skin." They like that "the powder is very finely milled, [creating] an ultra-natural look" that "wears well throughout the day." It "goes on well over any kind of foundation," and is "smooth (not splotchy) with a soft shimmer, but doesn't leave you looking like a disco queen." This blush "does not seem to cause any breakouts," making it great for all skin types and is also sturdy enough to not "break if it rattles around your makeup bag." "One compact lasts a long time," and many reviewers say they "will continue to purchase" this blush.
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*At time of publication