For blushers, I've been reaching for deep pinks and mauves a lot more than usual. The Nars Fervour Dual Intensity Blush is a re-discovery of mine, and although the lighter pink hue isn't particularly my kind of thing on it's own, when the two are mixed together it creates a gorgeous neutral pink that can be worn daily with ease.
The Glossier Cloud Paints have been my star of the show this season; the cream formulas work in sync with my drier complexion, whilst the shades are customisable depending on what I feel like wearing. Haze, a deep berry pink, is great for Autumn as it adds the most beautiful tint to the cheeks - I feel like this one will be a favourite throughout Winter too. (If you'd like 10% off your first Glossier order you can used my link -http://bff.glossier.com/gHtgy - It means I get £10 credit which equals less guilt buying the You perfume)
I've been eyeing up a new shade of the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blushers so I have been reaching for my old favourite, Luminous Flush,which is a coral pink offering. They have an easy to blend formula that looks natural on the cheeks and can be built up from a subtle flush to a more intense look.
Moving onto highlighter, I have been loving the Too Faced Love Lights Highlighter, an illuminator that adds the prettiest glow and is one that I've been using throughout Autumn.
The Fenty Killawatt Highlighter is a dreamy duo that can be used for an intense glow or subtle radiance depending on which side you choose to use; Lightening Dust or Fire Crystal. For a different toned highlighter, I opt for the Becca Rose Quartz Light Chaser Highlighter*, a pink gold hue that looks great on the eyes on or the cheeks too.
What are your favourite Autumnal blushers and highlighters?
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