Tata Harper Cream Blush

When I first started wearing makeup, I used drugstore powder blush. I’ve never been shy with cheek color, as I’m usually very pale and like a rosy glow; it’s an easy way to brighten up my whole face!

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Over the years, I’ve started using more cream blushes. Why? Easy application and a hydrating, glowy finish. I love the convenience of throwing something in my bag for a weekend getaway that requires no extra tools to apply. Plus, cream products mimic a natural flush more accurately than a powder in my experience-they sort of melt into your skin and provide a lit from within glow.

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Tata Harper is known for their bright green packaging and dedication to high-quality products. When I saw their natural lip and cheek tint*, I got really excited! I purchased the shade Very Popular: it’s a buildable salmon-esque color, that looks very similar to my natural cheek color after a good workout. It glides on easily making blending a breeze, and I find that it wears well throughout the day without the need for reapplication. Occasionally, I put some on my lips too, but personally, I prefer a more hydrating finish on my lips, so if I use this as a lip color I’ll top it with a gloss or balm.

 

Other products used for this look:

Rituel de Fille Rare Light Luminizer in Ghost Light*

Elate Cosmetics Essential Mascara*

Jane Iredale Puregloss Lipgloss in Snowberry*

Plume Lash & Brow Enhancing Serum* (for more info on this, click here!)

Beautycounter Tint Skin in Sand

Hynt eyeshadow trio in Sweet Tuxedo

 

What cream blushes have you tried? Comment below!

 

 

 

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