Laura Geller makes some mighty fine blushes. I picked up this Baked Cheek Dreams Blush and Highlight Trio with a set last year, and I’ve been meaning to get around to the review for a long time!
Hourglass’s Ambient Lighting Powders ($45 at Sephora) are designed to mimic the looks of great lighting on your face. This line has 6 shades, of which I have the three that have no shimmer and therefore a little more natural look.
Lancome’s Nectar Lace Blush Subtil Palette contains a blush, a contour and a highlight. It’s designed to provide three products to sculpt your face just so. You wear the contour right below the cheekbone, the blush on it, and the highlighter above it.
Too Faced’s Candlelight Glow Highlighting Powder Duo is a second generation version of their original Candlelight highlighting powder. This one is designed to be more subtle, leaving just a luminous glow without even a hint of shimmer or sparkle. They say it “diffuses harsh light, giving your skin a soft, youthful luminosity.”
Benefit Sugarbomb face powder-in-a-box ($28, Ulta, Sephora) can be used as a blush, a highlight, a face powder or even an eyeshadow – anyway you like it. The powder is pressed into a small box with a small mirror on the inside of the lid, and it comes with a small brush that is actually my preferred method for applying it.