Pale pretties, y’all should able to rock Covergirl’s Clean Glow Blusher in Roses pretty hard ($8.99, one of two new shades for summer).
The lightweight cheek powders come with three colors in each pan. Wear them separately, or mix them together to create your own custom color.
Roses gets a little lost on my warm-toned tan… It doesn’t really show up well on my cheeks, even when I pack on three or four layers, because I think this one has its heart set on lighter lasses, where I bet it would work well as an everyday cheek color.
If you’re looking for a basic pink matte blush on a budget, take a closer look at Roses when you get a chance.
It’s available now online and at drugstores and Ulta.