Add the perfect flush
Blush has got a bad rep in the past. From being mis-used in the 80s (no one ever needs that much blush) to being forgotten in the bottom of the make-up bag in favour of shimmery highlighters, it's about time it made a comeback.
There's also not just one-pink-shade-suits-all, there's a rainbow of colours out there to suit every skin tone. In order to pick the right shade for you, Warren Dowdall, Senior Pro Artist at Bobbi Brown, shares his top tip:
'Choosing the wrong colour or shade is something I see regularly. Blush should be a subtle enhancement to your makeup. When choosing colour, pinch your cheek and look at colour that already exists in your skin. That will give you a great guide as to what colours to choose for a really polished blush look.'
Ready to embrace the blush? We've rounded up all the best blushers on the market in every texture and finish you could think of, to make your cheeks look rosy fresh.