|No7 Natural Blush in #22 Candy Pink. £9.50 from Boots|
I’ve been looking for the ultimate Barbie pink blusher for a long time and I have finally found my match in the No7 Natural Blush in Candy Pink. It is very well pigmented and adds a bright pop of pink colour on the cheeks. For a softer look, you can also apply it using a light hand to create a softer effect. The powder itself is tightly packed in the pan and when swatched it isn’t too finely milled. It is incredibly soft and applies smoothly to the cheeks. I use an angled blush brush when applying this.
It was £9.50 from Boots but I bought it with one of the £5 off vouchers which made it a total bargain. With it being so well pigmented you don’t need to apply a lot of product so I anticipate this lasting a long time. When the £5 off voucher next comes along, I’m going to try out some more shades from No7. I tried ones years ago and it wasn’t very pigmented at all, very wishy washy but using Candy Pink and seeing such a lovely flush of colour has made me want to try more of them. I have used up the majority of my single blushers in the last few months (well, except the new Sheer Cover ones I got recently) and opted for my palettes from MAC and a budget 28 blush palette from Ebay but I realised that I really do need some single blushers to take away with me on holiday and nights away so a few more of these No7 blushers will come in handy.
Have you tried any No7 blushers? Can you recommend any shades to me?