Blush Tones To Try This Fall


Now that the weather is getting cooler (and outdoor time is being replaced by curling up on the couch), the color is likely starting to drain from your face. In order to keep your cheeks looking naturally flushed this fall and beyond, opt for shades that are a tad darker and more rich than your summer blush. Trade bronzer and pale pink for warmer shades of rust and deep rose to provide a richer contrast. Trust us, you’ll be grateful for more robust shades when trying to combat the inevitable, mid-winter pallor. Here, our roundup of blush shades to stock up on now.


Blush Voluptè in Light 06


Yves Saint Laurent

M·A·Cnificent Me! Powder Blush in Burnt Pepper



Ambient Lighting Blush in Mood Exposure



Blush in Taos



Light Glow Blush in Earthy Blush



Second Skin Cheek Colour in Violet Orchid


Laura Mercier