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Ateh Beauty Blusher Review | British Beauty Blogger

[unpaid/sample] I think lots of you may already know Ateh – she’s a regular on This Morning and a stalwart in the world of beauty journalism. For as long as I can remember she’s been ready to have her own brand and in particular products with inclusive tones. So, you will find with these creme blushers that pigment is high – the deeper your tone, the more you’ll need but when I say that, we are talking degrees of dots because a little goes a very long way with them. They’re intensely pigmented, dewy finish and do that ‘pop’ of colour thing so much more vibrantly than the originator of the pop, Bobbi Brown.

Ateh Beauty Blusher Review

Called The Blush of Dreams, the formula has cocoa butter, marshmallow extract and aloe vera. I found it applied better with a brush than finger for a superior diffusion on the skin but you could quite easily just use fingers for it. If you do, just touch your finger at the colour – they’re strongly pigmented – you can always build up and you can’t build down!

Ateh Beauty Blusher Review

I’ve tried all three and find all of them wearable, even the deepest tone, Love Plum Plum. The pink is called Watson Watermelon and the orange is called Radiant Rav (this would be my best match for my tone).

Ateh Beauty Blusher Review

In this picture, I’m wearing Love Plum Plum, not a colour that I’d naturally choose and I think it looks pretty good!

Ateh Beauty Blusher Review

In the swatch, bottom to top, Watson Watermelon, Radiant Rav and Love Plum Plum. I haven’t tried it out yet but I bet, mixed with a dot of balm, these will double as great lip sheens too. They’re £25 each HERE.

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