Liquid Blusher, $36, Glossier
Easy to apply and buildable, Cloud Paint is Glossier’s celebrated liquid blusher. Available in four easy to wear shades, it offers seamless colour for naturally rosy-looking cheeks.
Liquid Blusher, $16.13, Etude House
Available in five different shades, Etude House’s Water Colour blusher is affordable and easy to blend. Simply use your fingers to tap it into the apples of your cheek or use their cream blusher brush, available for $15.90.
Cushion Blusher, $15.90, Peripera
This cream blusher has a cushion applicator for easy blending and application. Plus, the packaging is too cute to pass up!
3CE Cream Blusher, $34, Sephora
Popular among Korean beauty junkies, 3CE’s Creamy Cheek Stick is said to melt onto skin for a more natural and soft look. Their blush shades are slightly lighter than most but it’s easy to build onto.
Cream Blusher, $23, Mina
Available in only two shades, Mina’s The Chubby Blush can double up as a contouring stick too!
Liquid Blusher, $54, Benefit
Ah, the iconic Benefit product is an absolute must have for the natural-looking flush it gives. A little really goes a long way and the best part is? It doubles up as a lip tint too.
Cream Blusher, $38, Becca
We love the range of colours available for Becca’s Beach Tint. The shades not only fit Asian skin tones well, it’s also easy to blend.
Liquid Blush, $50, NARS
Love NARS's legendary Orgasm blush but hate the thought of it cracking? You’ll be glad to know that NARS has a liquid version of their iconic blush. Just remember though, a little really goes a long way!
Cream Blush, $59, Wander Beauty
If you’re always travelling, you’ll love Wander Beauty’s On-The-Glow Blush and Illuminator. It’s got cream blush on one end and cream highlighter on the other.
Cream Blusher, $68, By Terry
If you’re looking to splurge on a blusher, get yourself By Terry’s Glow-Expert Duo Stick. It’s got a highlighter and a brush for easy blending.