Now the brand is back with its Dewy Blush (think of it as the colorful sister to the brand’s bestselling Dewy Stix), another game-changing product that’s leveled up the most crucial step in my makeup routine.
The Dewy Blush does one other thing a lot of other blushes do not: it taps into the biggest skin-care trend of the past few years, glass skin.
Prior to social distancing, blush was a key step in any of my looks — from natural and makeup-free to anything colorful and dramatic — but now I find it the perfect topper for my face before hopping on a videoconference call with coworkers or having a Zoom party with friends.
Try Watermelon and Papaya if you’re looking for that just-pinched flush, Coconut for a sun-kissed tint, and Pomegranate for a deeper glow (this deep shade looks particularly pretty on darker skin tones).
The hardest part about using the Dewy Blush is trying to pick a favorite shade.
Unlike some of its competitors, the Dewy Blush doesn’t leave your cheeks chalky or your face awkwardly flushed.
I get it: a lot of blushes out there can be overwhelming and overkill for some complexions, but I bet the Dewy Blush can convert even the biggest blush naysayer.
As of late, the Dewy Blush has been an essential part of my work-from-home schedule.
Even if my WiFi is spotty, this blush gives me a clear I-just-ran-a-breezy-mile endorphin-fueled euphoric glow even if I’ve been avoiding the outside world for days.
It’s nothing without my blush, more specifically the new Ciaté London Dewy Blush.
Available in four colors — Papaya (peachy pink), Watermelon (fuchsia), Coconut (bronzed nude), and Pomegranate (berry) — each shade comes with its own corresponding fruity fragrance; Coconut smells like coconut, Watermelon smells like watermelon . . . you get the picture.
That’s the beauty of the Dewy Blush: it creates a buildable but subtle tint that flatters everyone. We’re Hiring! We’re Hiring!