The Best Blush Palettes for Every Budget

February 04, 2020
Genesis Rivas
By: Genesis Rivas | by L'Oréal
person applying blush to cheek with makeup brush

Throwback to when blush was the outcasted beauty product in everyone’s makeup bag because one too many I-applied-too-much-blush incidents were enough to traumatize every beauty lover. Now, blush has made its way back into the beauty limelight for its ability to add a healthy flush of color (when done correctly) and all the different formulations like powder, cream and gel blushes available to satisfy all skin types and colors. Needless to say, we have big blush energy for 2020, which is why we made a list of the best blush palettes for you to add to your vanity.  Maybelline New York Face Studio Master Blush Color & Highlight Kit, $9.98 Unleash your inner makeup artist with this Maybelline Master Blush Palette. It comes with three different blush shades, ranging from a light peach to dark berry, to match every skin tone and includes a champagne highlighter to help you create beautiful, rosy cheeks with a subtle glow. 

NYX Professional Makeup Sweet Cheeks Blush Palette, $24.98 Featuring eight bold and beautiful blush shades in both matte and metallic finishes, this Sweet Cheeks Palette won’t disappoint. The creamy powder formula offers serious pigmentation but is also very easy to blend, so you can choose the intensity of your look. 

Anastasia Beverly Hills Blush Trios, $30 These trios are available in five different color options to complement an array of skin tones. Each palette contains three different berry hues and offers buildable coverage. 


Catrice X Eman Cheeky Blush Palette, $11.99 For a humble $11.99, we’re seriously impressed by the pigmentation of this four-pan blush palette. Trust us when we say one tap is all you need to create a beautiful rosy flush. It contains universal shades to flatter all skin tones, including three matte options and one pearl finish. 


E.l.f Cosmetics Powder Blush Palette, $8 Priced at only $8, you can get four must-have shades that serve double-duty as blush and highlight, thanks to the inclusion of shimmer and matte finishes. 

Read More:  This Pink Ombré Eyeshadow Wing Is So Good You’ll Never Reach for a Black Eyeliner Again The Best Makeup for Dry Skin Beauty Q&A: What Is a Duo-Fiber Makeup Brush?

Read more

Back to top