Blushers are an integral part of our makeup bags. And while we could bring you a pick of the best blushers we've tried over the years, we know better than that. Ultimately, we all want that A-list glow that celebs seem to just wake up with (#wokeuplikethis), and the only way to do that is to find out exactly which products they use. Thanks to the internet, all that info is available at the literal click of a mouse. So yes, it is totally possible that you could end up with skin looking like Gigi Hadid's or Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's.
From the more expensive pots to the amazingly affordable compacts, there are plenty of A-list recommended blushers that we know you'll love. Of course, you might just want to know about achieving a great base first, so pop over to our guide to the best foundations, and then come back here for celeb-rated rouge. Keep scrolling for our guide to the best blushers the A-list loves and where to shop them now.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Rosie H-W uses her own Rosie makeup line from M&S.; But her regular makeup artist and friend Wendy Rowe uses it on her too. If it's loved by a makeup artist too, then you know it's good.
These come in four different colors.
For a super-pretty pinky glow, take a tip from Miley Cyrus and use the Kevyn Aucoin creamy glow blush in Pravella.
This pink color is great for lighter skins.
A slightly peachy shade will suit Kim's olive complexion nicely. But there are plenty of other shades to choose from in this range.
For darker skin, do what Lupita Nyong'o does and opt for a Chanel blush to give your cheeks a hint of rouge.
A great tip, if you're not fond of powder compacts, is to go for a blusher that comes in a stick, such as Emily Ratajkowski's favorite by Charlotte Tilbury—Beach Stick in Ibiza.
A handy stick that will fit in your purse for touch-ups.
The Hadid sister never gets spotted without anything less than gorgeous glowing skin, and we've uncovered Gigi's secret at least. She uses Jouer's mineral blush compact in blossom. Sadly it's sold out, but keep clicking to find out a replacement.
We defy anyone to not love this iconic blusher.
Under £10 and with over 15 to choose from we guarantee you'll love at least one of these.