Perhaps it harkens back to the nude/naked makeup of the early 1990s, but I prefer subtle blushes, and Revlon fills the bill. I alternate between the Revlon Powder Blush in Sandalwood Beige (a perennial) and Revlon Colorstay Mineral Blush in Honey.
|Revlon Powder Blush in Sandalwood Beige|
I use a dome-shaped blush brush and apply blush only to the apples of my cheeks.
Raiding the closet
I also use Revlon Naturally Glamorous Blush-on in Fleshtone, from a limited edition collection of neutrals that was released when Cindy Crawford was still the face of Revlon. Perhaps it was a harbinger of things to come: Halle Berry replaced Veronica Webb in the ads for the limited edition collection. Sorry, I couldn't find images of the ads for the collection.
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