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Oh, that’s a hard question because I tend to switch things up almost daily! But I do tend to wear more bright shades and bronzed or burnished red type shades during summer, like: Colourpop Pie, Nyx Pinched, MAC Spring Flock (still), also MAC Cheek Pollen and Clinique Cola Pop.

I think you would love MUFE copper red, the blush, not the eyeshadow. (They’re different, two with the same shade name. Really.) it would look pissah on you, as they say we say in Boston. Usually we don’t, but it’s applicable, when thinking of you in copper red. Too bad it’s online only. Hate when that happens, as in all the time.

I don’t really have one blush for summer. I tend to wear more pinky peaches but bronzey or nude colors work too. Some that I’m wearing
MAC Peaches
MAC Warm Soul
MAC Rosy Outlook
Clinque Peach Pop
Clinique Fig Pop
NARS Orgasm
Elf St. Lucia
Laura Gellar Gelato blush Cantaloupe
Wet n Wild Rose Champagne
Revlon Naughty Nude
Lancome Apricot Brandy
Nyx Hamptons

I don’t stick to one. I like to get use out of more than one blush and rotate many:)

It changes a lot! At the moment it’s either the blush from the Tom Ford Soleil Contouring Compact, Givenchy Le Prisme Blush in Lune Rosée or Tom Ford Flush. ?

My go to is Charlotte Tilbury x Norman Parkinson Colour of Youth blush. I adore it.

Also wearing blushes from Tom Ford’s 2016 summer release, with fondness for Fire Lust and Pieno Sole for a nude look.

Anything that matches my skin tone really! If I’m darker I go for UD Rapture or the Clinique cheek pops…but right now I’m obsessing over Illamasqua Morale Blush…. but I also love the milani baked blushes…. What’s wrong with me?! I’m having a hard time making up my mind ?

As it is for most of the year, Tarte Natural Beauty but I also get a lot more use from a blush that came in the IT Cosmetics “CC+ Radiance Palette”. I think the colour is called “Love”.

For reference I have deep complexion. My go to summer blushes are.

NARS Amour with NARS orgasm as a topper/ highlight
and
Mac devil

We are all stunned by your answer. Not! If they ever d/c that, you’ll be devastated. Don’t have a #1 go to, but old mug summer fling, MUFE canyon, and MUFE copper red come out a lot, for warms. Rapture and mood exposure for cooler looks. As usual, conspicuous dearth of corals and pinks, but they do peep out at times in summer. Now that there are so many ‘offbeat’ summer lips, fall and winter puces and Bordeaux can join the summer rotation. Oh, yay, miss them when they are not front and center.

I don’t wear different blushes in the summer, but I am more likely to wear brighter shades, coral shades, or illuminating blushes than other times of year. I’ve been wearing the bright coral first shade in the Tartelette blush palette (Live?) a lot lately, and (as always) I’m a fan of Hush from the UD Gwen Stefani blush palette on days when I want to look good with minimal products.

I don’t have a go-to for summer. Summer here is a mix of cooler foggy days and warm sunny ones, so I switch it up. But I do tend to reach for corals more often.

I don’t have a single go-to blush, as I change daily. In spring and summer, I often go for something in the coral or peach family: Any of Tarte’s coral/peach shades, Milani Rose Powder Blush in Coral Cove, Sleek Life’s a Peach, MAC Spring Flock, and ColourPop Jellyfish are favorites. I also like purples: UD Bittersweet, MUG Secret Admirer, and Clinique Pansy Pop. And bright pinks: MAC Pink Sprinkles, e.l.f. Pink Passion, and Lorac Unashamed. For nudes: Tarte Exposed, Wet n Wild Rose Champagne, and Too Faced Baby Love.

MAC Life’s A Picnic is easily my favourite blush for this summer. It is so bright and glowy on. It’s really nice paired with summer bright red and pink lipsticks like MAC By Special Order and Intoxica.

Tom Ford Pink Sand cream blush is perfection with my coloring. Luminous pink-peach that imparts a gorgeous gleam without a single bit of glitter 🙂

My favorites include NARS Orgasm or similar, Clinique Cheek Pops in Posey and Peach, similar colors in Sephora brand including cream blushes. I also have a UD blush in Rapture (I think that’s the color)
I can’t read the small print without my glasses and don’t wear them when applying. That us the reason I don’t ever remember names.

chanel les beiges stick blush no 21, laura mercier bonnie mine coral glow, clinique chubby sticks in a couple of different shades, also clinique cheek pop. Sometimes benefit powder blushes. Rouge bunny rouge cheeks in bloom,. Charlotte tilbury Norman Parkinson color of youth also a couple of cream blushes from Tom Ford and a Powder blush from his Summer 2015 Compact. Chanel Sunkissed Ribbon.
The only one I won’t use in the summer is Tom Ford AW 15 cream blush and a couple of others that are very dark.

I don’t really have a specific go to blush for summer, but I will tend to wear more coral and bright hued blushes versus in the winter I’ll wear more purple mauvey toned blushes

MAC Sunbasque is a favorite because it’s quite unique and gives a really flattering sunburnt color (flattering sunburn, weird thing to say!). I also love MAC Peaches and MUG Romance.

I love coral/peachy blushes and I don’t change my blushes per season as my complexion doesn’t change – always porcelain fair.
I use the Natio Sunkissed blush palette – coral, peachy colours.

Summer can be a tricky time for makeup lovers. It’s hot, it’s humid, and the last thing you want to do is pile on face products. Although I adore powder blushes, cream based cheek products are your best bet against soaring temperatures. They last longer, look more natural and don’t feel heavy or cakey. There are a ton of amazing options out there, but my latest obsession has been the Josie Maran Coconut Watercolor Cheek Gelée. This refreshing cream blush is infused with coconut water, Vitamin E, and Argan Oil for up to 14 hours of rich color!!!!!!!!If you’re looking to achieve a naturally flushed cheek, then you’ll love Pink Escape. It’s a cool toned, light pink that is super buildable. Comes evening or a night out my go to is Hourglass. Love it because its great to add a shimmer glow over it. Not too heavy. But hey its summer and anything goes. (favorite time of the year)

Not if you have oily skin. Gel or cream fade and just melt off my face. Powder is still the only way to go and doesn’t highlight imperfections or add to the oiliness!

I recently fell in love with the Milani Baked Blushes. I’m alternating between Rose D’Oro, Luminoso, Dolce Pink and Bellisimo Bronze.

Also, NARS Dual Intensity Blush in Fervor and MAC Beauty Powder in Pearl Sunshine.

I have dark olive toned skin, so any shimmery blush serves as both blush and highlighter for me.

This spring / summer I keep reaching for Becca shimmering skin perfector luminous blush in blushed copper. It is an absolutely gorgeous color on my NW43 skin and has just the right amount of glow to be luminous without being too much for office wear.

This summer, I just switched to Jello Shot rosy cheek and lip tint in Hangover. It packs a lot of color for something so clear. I get complements when I wear it. It’s a reddish coral and that seems to look good on my cheeks, although it turns pinker on my lips. I think it adjusts to be the right shade for you.

My favorite summer blush is Hourglass’ Ambient Lighting Blush in Incandescent Elektra. On my skin it’s light enough to act light a highlighter while giving me a warm, subtle color, thus making all of my summer looks just a bit more effortless and beachy.

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