June 14, 2019

New Blushes and Blush Palettes to Make Your Cheeks Pop This Summer

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I’m a quest to find some great blushes for Summer this year! Have you discovered any pretty luminous ones I should know about? Please do share them! There’s no shortage of new blushes and even blush palettes that launch in the past several weeks to get me the look I’m going for.

Here’s a few that caught my eye!

Sephora Lilly Lashes x Sephora Goal Digger Face Palette $36
Hey, six shades is always better than one right? This new palette features two blushes, two highlighters, and two bronzers to get color, warmth, and luminosity to your face!

Milk Makeup Glow Oil Lip + Cheek $14
Dewy color? Sign me up! These new gel blush sticks can be used on your lips or cheeks for a dewy blast of color!

Makeup Obsession Isn’t it Peachy Palette $9.99
We all know I’m obsessed with peach blushes! This one from the new brand Makeup Obsession contains four peachy keen blushes to add a pop of color to cheeks!

Sephora PRO Face Palette $58
Available in three shade selections these new limited edition PRO Face palettes contain eight shades of highlighter, blush, and bronzer in gorgeous shades!

Bare Minerals Desert Bloom Gen Nude Mini Blush Palette $25
Looking to add the warmth of the sunset to your face? Bare Minerals new trio of shades is inspired by the sun setting in the desert!

Wander Beauty Trip For Two Blush and Bronzer Duo $36
A duo containing a soft silky matte blush and a bronzer that blend seamlessly into skin for a natural, sun kissed glow!

Dior Diorskin Nude Luminizer Blush $48
A unique and interesting luminous blush that adds color a gorgeous glow to skin!

MAC Electric Wonder Ignite Wonder Face Palette $40
A six pan collection of metallic cream to powder formulas that give cheeks and face a dash of luminous color!

Kiko Ocean Feel Baked Blush $22
An aquatic vanilla scented baked blush that contains swirls of two shades to add fresh color to cheeks!

Chantecaille Philanthropy Cheek Shade $40
A blush embossed with a butterfly, turtle horse, or elephant that also supports them! When you purchase any of the pink or peachy shades from this collection, you’ll be supporting causes like the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary Foundation, the Marine Conservation Institute, and the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust with 5% of the proceeds going to these organizations! Not only that but you can a gorgeous finely milled formula that adds a flush of color to cheeks!

Kiko Beyond Limits on the Go Blush $9
A creamy blush with a soft, melting formula that blends easily and leaves behind a burst of color.

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Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • Carol G

    $58 for that Sephora palette? Who do they think they are? That’s extremely overpriced, imo.

    • kjh

      S stuff can be fab, but also can be iffy. I don’t think an 8 pan X .25 oz per pan at 58 is exorbitant at all. It’s a lot of $, yes, but it’s a $#,+ ton of product. S tends not to goof on their cheeks. I also think having light, medium, and dark versions was a good move. I’m not springing for any. Did get the BM desert: nice, varied shade selection, easy to blend.

  • Susan T.

    I hope this will help someone else pick what they will buy. I just got the Milk glow oil stick in Astro which is the purple colour at the top of your picture. It’s a TINY stick, lip balm sized and if you wanted to use it on your cheeks I imagine it would be gone super quick. Like maybe a week or 2 max. That’s okay because on the cheeks it is just a wet looking sparkle with very little tint (I’m super pale an it doesn’t show up on me.) On the bright side it is beautiful as a lip balm, moisturizing and shimmery. That’s how I’m going to use it, not on my face.

  • Susan K

    I’m glad you mention Kiko sometimes. I forget about them but do love their products. How are the quality of Chantecaille blushes? Pigmented? For the ultimate in glowy blush experience, I recently got and recommend Beauty Bakerie cotton candy champagne palette. Its like a highlighter and blush rolled into one!

  • kjh

    I cruised the CFX blush duos after day job. Suggest everyone see them irl, rather than just order online. Isabella, you’d probably be safe in a couple, but the peach, the cinnamon and the honey all had pronounced orange undertones. I like orange, but a wtf moment, nonetheless. Think i’ll Get the mulberry. But that one was unexpected as well. The matte is a purply Plum, and the shimmer/HL/topper side is bronze. At least swatched on me. So, check ‘em out in person.

    • Isabella Muse

      they are gorgeous but you are right they pull orange :-/ which I was sad about wanted more coral or peach!

  • Frozendiva

    I purchased the coral Dior Luminizer blush. I had been working on finishing up some old blushes and palettes containing blush. No new stuff til some of the old was gone. I liked the idea of the 3 Clinique Cheek Pop set, but I think it’s gone now. Still looking though and enjoying my Narsissist palette that I got a while ago.

  • TXTisha

    I want the Wander Beauty blush palette. I’ve never tried that brand before, but it looks like it would work on medium olive skin. I really love Lorac color source blushes because I don’t have build them up like most blushes. Does anyone know how Wander Beauty compares to Lorac?