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Student-Friendly Beauty – Blusher

Kirsty Fardell takes a look at the best blushers for your money; whether it’s a long-lasting tint or classic powder, we’ve got something for you.

 

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Rimmel London Stay Blushed! – £4.49 at Boots

This liquid cheek tint is great for long lasting colour  – you wont need to use a brush or even top it up. The lightweight formula works by staining cheeks, but is still easy to remove at the end of the day. It’s ultra-blendable and has a barely-there feel. It can even be used without foundation to give a hint of colour to natural cheeks.

 

 

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No7 Natural Blush Tint Powder – £8 at Boots

This great blusher comes in a variety of shades to suit every skin tone, from a cool pink to a honey shade. It can add a hint of colour to the cheeks or be built up easily for a more contoured look, and will stay in place over a foundation. It’s a good long-lasting versatile blush that lasts all day.

 

 

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Maybelline Dream Touch Soft Blush – £6.49 at Superdrug

This cream blush is a great alternative to powder. It gives a strong colour and is easily blended. The texture may take a while to get used to but it lasts all day without losing pigment and comes in a nice variety of colours to suit everyone.

 

 

 

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