This stick blusher comes in four pink shades that are perfect for Asian skin tones. They’re also easy to blend in and you don’t have to worry about it cracking.
Blusher, $30, from Zoeva
Can’t decide on a blusher shade that’s perfect for you? This blush palette from Zoeva is perfect for you. It comes in four shades that can easily double up as a contouring palette too.
Blusher, $30, from 3CE
With 10 blush shades that cover the spectrum of peach, pink and coral, these blushers are perfect for you if you already know the shade you need.
Blusher, $18, from NYX
The gradient blush comes with a slight highlighter portion for you to layer on.
Blusher, $22, from Sephora
These blushers might be affordable but they’re not any less amazing. Depending on the finish you’re after (satin or matte), they’re easy to build on and can be layered.
Cream Blusher, $24, from Ciate London
Looking for a different texture that’s much more blendable? Get this cream blusher from Ciate. Not only does it look more natural on skin, it also comes in an adorable packaging so you can take it around.
Blusher, $30.90 (for 8.5g), from TheBalm
Okay so it’s $0.90 above budget but what’s not to love about this beautiful blush shade?
Blusher, $21 for 40ml, from Benefit
On the prowl for a blusher that looks super natural? You’ll love Benefit’s Benetint. The liquid blush is easy to blend and has a lovely smell too. You can only use it as a lip stain and layer lip gloss over for extra volume.
Blusher Palette, $22, from Sleek Makeup
With three shades of blush for just $22, Sleek Makeup’s blusher palette wins in terms of value.