Best cream blush you must check out!

Looking for the best cream blush? Well then you’re at the right place! Blush are used to add colour to the cheeks, giving the impression of a natural flush.

It’s often applied on the apple of the cheeks, where naturally you would blush. There are different forms which blush are available in, powder, cream and liquid.

Cream and liquid blush are a great option for dry skin due to their moisturizing ability whereas powder blush provide a more matte look and help absorb excess oil making them great for oily skin. Cream blush give a glowy appearance.

Let’s get going, shall we?

Don’t worry they are all vegan!

Quick Overview 

  • Pacifica cheeky cherry cheek stain
  • Milk makeup lip + cheek stick
  • Kosas colour and light cream blush
  • Flower blush bomb colour drops for cheeks
  • Cocunat blush
  • Refy cream blush
  • Glossier cloud paint

Pacifica cheeky cherry cheek stain

That’s a bit of a tongue twister! The cheeky cherry cheek stain is a liquid creamy blush. It is buildable and easily appliable using just your fingers. Pacifica mention you can ‘blur the lines of no-makeup, makeup’ with this blusher.Best cream blush

What makes it even cool is the skin loving ingredients which include sweet cherry, sappan bark extract as well as vitamin E! So you get extra benefits! This blush is available in three shades for various skin tones.

Milk makeup lip + cheek stick

This is a unique looking 2 in 1 product! You can use it as a blush and even double it up as a lip tint, how awesome!

This cream blush by milk makeup is formulated with ‘hydrating ingredients’ to help create a buildable and easily blendable colour.Best cream blush

Milk makeup state this product isn’t only vegan and cruelty-free but clean and paraben free! You can blend with your fingertips, brush or sponge.

The cheek stick can be applied on the cheeks as well as lips! Pretty useful! Plus the packaging is cute too!

Tap here for a more detailed review on the milk makeup lip and cheek stick!

Kosas colour and light cream blush

A ‘clean formula, juicy colour, cheeks that pop’ is what kosas state about their blush. And guess what another two in one! This time a cream blush and a highlighter!Best cream blush

The kosas colour and cream blush is said to be super blendable and full of skin conditioning ingredients such as apricot kernel seed oil, rosehip seed oil as well as jojoba seed oil which help brighten, soothe and balance your skin.

So once you’ve done applying, the cream gets to work!

Flower blush bomb colour drops for cheeks

This blush bomb colour drop is a mixture of gel and cream formula, available in 8 shades, including peach, cherry, red and cinnamon.Best cream blush

It has a silky lightweight texture which blends ‘seamlessly’ by melting into your skin.

The flower blush bomb colour drop helps achieve a ‘fresh, radiant healthy colour’, great for those who are after a natural looking flush! And apparently this product has won a few beauty awards too!

Cocunat blush

The cocunat blush is a creamy formulated product that’s designed to give ‘a beautiful glow to the cheeks’, providing natural and flattering results! Since it is creamy application is a breeze as is blending, seamlessly melting into the skin as it makes contact. Just squeeze some onto your fingers and get tapping, that simple!

You can choose from 3 shades; pink, terracotta and mars.

What’s awesome about this product, is it’s ability to be used as more than a blush, use it as an eyeshadow as well as a lipstick, applying just as easy. The formula is impressively ‘98% natural’ and ‘10%’ organic, suitable for sensitive skin peeps!

Rare beauty soft pinch liquid blush

The rare beauty soft pinch blush is best described as a ‘weightless, long-lasting’ product in a liquid form. The airy texture allows you to add a soft flush of colour to your cheeks without feeling weighed down. It is not only easy to apply but effortlessly blends and even allows you to build to your desire, whether its over liquid or powdered makeup!best cream blush

The soft pinch blush lasts all day without fading. Due to the blushes high pigmented, less certainly goes a long way! If you prefer different finishes than worry not as the 11 shade range offers dewy as well as matte finish!  It’s suitable for sensitive skin, vegan and cruelty free!

So are you a fan of blush, do you prefer cream, powder or liquid and why? I’d love to know let me know in the comment section below!

Refy cream blush

Refys cream blush is created to ‘enhance the natural colour in your cheeks’ so you get to rock around as your true self! It is buildable allowing you to not only achieve a subtle glow but up the level to a ‘radiant cheek tint’! It has been tested on all various skin tones as well as types so no one is left out! You can pick between 5 berry shades!

Don’t judge by its small size, this cream blush packs a punch thanks to its highly pigmented formula which means only a small amount is required to produce that ultimate glow! For best results refy do recommend using their duo brush and finish with their cream bronzer and lastly gloss highlighter!

Glossier cloud paint

The glossier cloud paint comes in 8 peach to rosey pink shades. Each of them offer a seamless buildable blush in a smooth gel-cream consistency leaving you with a ‘gorgeous dewy glow’ finish! The results promise to not be streaky or chalky!Best cream blush

The glossier cloud paint provides a coverage that is sheer enough for you to easily blend as well as layer without ‘overdoing’ it according to the brand. Just dab onto your cheeks and there you have a ‘natural, flushed-from-within’ glow as glossier would put it!

Unfortunately though all the shades are cruelty free, they are not all vegan friendly so do be aware.

Thats it for now peeps, there you have it the best cream blush!

Want to see more vegan blushes? Then tap here!

If you don’t want to leave then tap here to check out some awesome vegan lipsticks to help complement your look!

Or for more easy to apply products tap here for vegan friendly creamy eyeshadows!

Have a great day!

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  • Korey

    This is interesting at the least I never heard of blush being used for bald spots on men’s head. I always thought blush was used for makeup on women. I think it’s important to spread awareness of Blush to be used to multiple purposes for people suffering from ailments and not just for beauty and makeup. You are doing a great job and I just want to let you know that Im going to direct this website to my fiancé so she can learn more about blush. Thank you!

  • Brian

    My girlfriend was just telling me that she wanted to change her current makeup. She had been doing some general searching online with no real luck. I will send her the link to your review. Cruelty free is an important aspect to her but I think she will consider any of your options as vegan friendly is not a must. Great article. Thanks Brian

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