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Spring-time Blush Picks

blushes for spring
blushes for spring
blushes for spring time

(left to right) NYX Cream Blush in Natural, Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush in Honored, Korres Zea Mays in Pink, Clinique Blushing Blush in Precious Posy, Clinique Blushing Blush in Innocent Peach, Clinique Blushing Blush in Aglow, Givenchy Le Prismes Blush Bucolique and NARS Blush in Sex Appeal

If you have been watching my videos (and, if you haven't, what are doing with your life?), you know I've been obsessing over blushes lately. And here are my faves... I cannot lie and pretend I'm not cliché, I am: I love pastels, pinks, corals and peaches in the spring!
(Some are limited edition, but I put them down as a reference to the brand because their blushes are always amazeballs!)

The NYX Cream Blush in Natural 02 (used in the last video and spoken about here) is a solid bet all year round, a super natural rose that, even though is really pigmented, is easy to sheer out and is pretty fool-proof.
Tarte's Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush in Honored was my first blush from the brand but another is already on the way... They are seriously pigmented and buttery, very longlasting! (Limited edition, but they have some similar shades as permanent.)
The Korres Zea Mays Blush in Pink was spoken about in the favourites video and it's a muted pink with a very soft and luminous finish. Then, we have the Clinique Blushing Blush trio in Precious Posy, Innocent Peach and Aglow (which have been the first products I've ever depotted and that's why they look so rough) - they were the first high end blushes I got and I still love them! Beautiful shades and sheer, easy-to-work-with textures.
The Givenchy Le Prismes Blush Bucolique I must admit is more of a luminizing powder than blush (also limited edition, but they always come up with the most beautiful blushes int the spring), I love to swipe it on top of the actual blush I'm using.
And, finally, the NARS Sex Appeal. The photo speaks for itself really - wonderful (and also used in the Spring Tutorial with Aglow)!

Do you have any of these?
And what have been your favourites?