On Saturday I was at the GoodRoots Festival in London doing organic make-overs for Content Beauty. It was a really nice day chatting and applying make-up to lots of different faces. I had a few lovely comments on the blusher that I was wearing; it was very hot in there so I think a bit of it may have been a warm glow, but the rest was Tata Harper’s Volumizing Lip and Cheek Tint in Very Charming.
This is a staple in my personal make-up bag and gets used most days. Gone are the days of a natural rosy glow for me, apart from in very warm rooms of course, so I need to add one. A good blusher instantly brightens any complexion. It can cheap sleep and help disguise dark circles in seconds. The power of blusher should never be under estimated and I believe every make-up bag should have one.
I put Tata Harper’s Very Charming on quite a few cheeks on Saturday and it suited all of them. It is described as a petal pink; pink is a very youthful colour, and this shade is a soft natural tone that will just add a natural flush. It is a cream texture which I love for a blusher. Cream blushers are so quick and easy and can be applied straight to a moisturised skin, skipping foundation if you don’t need it or have the time. A pop of blusher is amazing if you are against the clock. Apply with your fingers, up along the cheekbones to lift the face.
Tata Harper is an amazing skincare line (the BEST eye cream ever) and the Lip and Cheek Tints are an extension of it. They have combined natural pigments with their anti-ageing skincare technology, so they add colour while moisturising and plumping skin. They do contain beeswax and may contain carmine so are not suitable for vegans. There are six colours to choose from, all really wearable and easy to wear..
Is anyone else a fan of these blushers?