14 best blushers for summer

 

Nothing gives you the polished look or brightens up tired skin faster than blusher.

From Max Factor's purse-friendly Miracle Touch, to Kevyn Aucoin's perfectly peachy Tansoleil Creamy Glow, we've trawled through boxes of blushers to find the best in the business.

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Verdict

Clinique Cheek Pop and Butter London Cheeky Cream Blush both give an extraordinary pop of colour and are easy-to-apply creams. While Daniel Sandler's Watercolour Fluid Blush is an award-winning make-up artist staple that stays put longer than any other I tried. For pure affordability and longevity, Bourjois Rose D'Or is a best-selling shade in their famous little round pot that's been around for 150 years.

Buy now

1. Butter London Cheeky Cream Blush, £14 or £17 for 4g

2. Clinique Cheek Pop, £16.50 for 3.5g

3. Daniel Sandler Watercolour Fluid Blush, £15.50 for 15ml

4. Bourjois Rose D'Or, £7.99 for 2.5g

5. Paul & Joe Colour Powder. £20 for 5g

6. Benefit Fine One One Sheer Brightening Color, £23.50 for 8g

7. Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush, £6.99

8. Wild About Beauty Ultra Sheer Powder Blush, £16.00 for 3.5g

9. Kevyn Aucoin Creamy Glow Duo, £19 for 4.5g

10. Lancome Blush Subtil, £27.50 for 6g

11. Susan Posnick ColorMe, £19 for 3g

12. Topshop Blush, £7 for 4g

13. DHC Face Color Palette, £17.50 for 5g

14. Kiko Milano Velvet Touch Creamy Stick Blush, £7.90 for 10g

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