Under $30: 5 Supermarket Blushes to Try This Spring

Lisa Patulny

As the weather warms up (and skivvies and scarves get packed away), the dry and dull complexion you battled against all winter is suddenly even more on display. Enter, old-school blush. Bronzer might seem like the obvious place to start on your journey towards radiance, but nothing brightens your face like a flush of colour on cheeks. We’ve vetted five supermarket formulas - these editor-approved picks are guaranteed to turn tired skin into a luminous masterpiece. Keep scrolling to shop our picks!

Bourjois Aqua Blush in Inge-Nude ($23)

No-makeup makeup at its best: the weightless gel formula and nude shade mean you can also wear it on lids and lips.

Revlon Powder Blush in Wine Not ($27)

Don’t be intimidated by how bright it looks in the palette – apply sparingly with a big fluffy brush for a just-pinched glow.

Physician's Formula Argan Wear Ultra-Nourishing Argan Oil Blush in Rose ($22)

It’s infused with argan oil for added skin benefits, but we like it best for the way it leaves our cheeks (see: crazy-luminous).

L'Oreal Paris True Match Blush in Nectarine ($26)

Great for warm-toned skin, this soft peach powder is beautifully buildable. Try it as a wash or layer up for deeper colour.

Maybelline NY Master Hi-Light Blush in Light Bronze ($20)

The lovechild of blush, bronzer and highlighter, it’s understated – and neutral - enough for even the palest of complexions.

Do you favour blush or bronzer? Will you be trying one of these pretty shades for spring? Sound off in the comments below!

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