#1 LANEIGE Ideal Blush Duo in California Coral, $39
With a lighter gold tone which complements the orange, this blush duo lets you contour and highlight cheeks easily.
#2 NARS Dual Intensity Blush in Frenzy, $68
This versatile blush duo can be used both wet or dry. Spritz a facial mist over your blusher brush and swipe the colour over your cheeks for a see-through water colour finish on your cheeks or just use a dry brush for an intense colour.
#3 Shiseido Minimalist WhippedPowder Blush in Momoko, $48
The light gel-mousse texture of this blusher dries to a powder finish almost immediately after application. We love using this with the silicon end of the Shiseido Daiya Fude Brush Duo to dab the colour on cheeks and blending it out.
#4 Too Faced Peach My Cheeks Melting Powder Blush in Ginger Peach, $42
The colour might look intimidating at first but the bright orange applies to a sheer wash of colour and is also versatile enough to be used on your eyes and lips if you want to.
#6 Zoeva Aristo Blush Palette, $26
If you’re not one to take the full plunge into orange blushers, then go for this pocket-friendly cheek palette. The gold highlighter is a great warm-tone highlighter which complements the orange and terracotta cheek colours perfectly.
#7 3CE Face Blush in My Muse, $30
3CE is our go-to for trendy Korean makeup and they don’t disappoint. Besides this blusher, they have a wide selection of other cheek colours in different formats like cushion, cream and duos. The Face Blush in My Muse is a classic orange that flatters pale skin very well.
#8 Clinique Cheek Pop in Poppy Pop, $40
With Korean celebrity Min Hyo Rin fronting the Clinique makeup range, it’s no wonder the new Cheek Pop colours really flatter Asian skin tones. The blusher shade in Poppy Pop is a muted orange that is suitable for daily wear, and looks great for those with light to medium skin tones.
#9 Fenty Beauty Match Stix Shimmer Skinstick in Chili Mango, $37
If there’s one thing we know about Rihanna, it’s that her makeup brand Fenty is not apologetic about the colours they introduce to the range, like the Stunna Lip Paint in Uninvited, a black liquid lipstick. The Match Stix Shimmer Skinstick in Chili Mango is one of those colours and at first glance, can look daunting but when blended out, reveals an amazing wearable orange. We highly recommend pairing it with the Match Stix Shimmer Skinstick in Ridiic, a orangey-red that goes well with Chili Mango.