Pricey vs Priceline

Pricey vs Priceline: Cream Blush

by Madeleine Borgersen

Cream blushes are a great option for those that find it harder to apply and blend out brighter coloured cheek colour. Their dewy consistency makes them a great portable option that can be applied with the dab of a finger and they come in some great natural and retro shades. Here’s our pricey vs priceline picks for the top cream blushes out there!

Pricey vs Priceline: Cream Blush

Pricey: Stila – Convertable Colours – $29

I love the Stila Convertible Colours. They offer a true dewy glow that adds that touch of summer to the palest face.

Coming in a gorgeous range of shades they can be used on your cheeks or lips as a colour-filled stain adding that pop of colour in a few presses.

Priceline: Bourjois – Cream Blush Exclusif – $15

The Bourjois cream blushes are more of a cream to powder finish making them suitable only for cheeks. The finish is a gorgeous silky ‘second skin’ powder.

They come in four gorgeous shades and, like their pricier comparison, come in a cute compact making them super handbag friendly.

The Verdict:

This battle of the cream blushes was hard! Both are super blendable and give a gorgeous pop of colour. I think your decision will come down to two things;

  1. Price. If you’re wanting a more wallet friendly option, the Bourjois is your go-to!
  2. Finish and Staying Power. If you prefer a more dewy, glowing appearance the Stila is gorgeous! If you are happy adding a highlighter for your glow or you’re after a more matte finish then the Bourjois is your friend. The Bourjois with it’s powder finish has a lot more staying powder too, perfect for those that are too busy for touch-ups!

One response to “Pricey vs Priceline: Cream Blush”

  1. I am a total cream blush convert! I received a sample of a Napoleon Perdis blush and looooove it – very easy dewy cheeks with just the right amount of colour. But I don’t think they sell it anymore! Stila is on the list! Thanks TdM!

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