Catrice x Eman

Blush Palette – 4 universal blush shades to work on all skin tones. The buildable powder formula feels soft and buttery. Creates a flirty flush with 3 mattes and 1 pearl finish.

Highlighter Palette – 4 shades that range from light to dark to cover all skin tones. Formulated with a creamy-soft powder texture for easy blending to create an instant glow that lasts for hours.

Eyeshadow Palette – 9 long lasting, highly pigmented neutral shades to fit all skin tones. The rich powder formula blends easily and doesn’t crease. Creates natural to dramatic looks with matte to pearl finishes.

Purchase the collection on their official website or at your local retailers that carry Catrice Cosmetics.

Have you tried anything from this collection? Are you planning on picking anything up? Let me know in the comments below!

Best Blush Palettes

As a working makeup artist, I also prefer palettes for blushes, as they usually have 3-8 different tones, guaranteed to suit any look that I create on a client.

These are some of my personal favourites, varying in formula and pigmentation. However, do keep in mind that almost each of these palettes comes in more than one shade variety! That means I’m only showing you one of them here, but there are other shade families to be purchased if you like the formula.

NYX Sweet Cheeks Blush Palette (one shade family only)
Maybelline FaceStudio Master Blush Colour & Highlight Kit
Morphe Blushing Babes Blush Trio (comes in 7 shade families)
Alamar Cosmetics Colorete Blush Trio (comes in 2 shade families)
E.L.F. Blush Palette (comes in 2 shade families)
Rimmel Kate Blush Palette
Anastasia Beverly Hills Blush Trio (comes in 5 shade families)

Do you use blush palettes or stick to singles? What are some of your favourites? Let me know in the comments below!