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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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blusherblush‧er /ˈblʌʃə $ -ər/ (also blush American English) noun [uncountable]  DCBcream or powder used for making your cheeks look red or pink
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blusherBright blusher looks far too blatant in summer, so avoid it like the beach on a bank holiday.She highlighted Juliana's cheekbones with a pinky brown blusher and added a hint of warm tawny colour to her lips.She'd never seen such a champion blusher.Apply cream blusher in a soft terracotta shade, or powder first, then apply a powder blusher in glowing earthy tone.Keep blusher soft and very gentle.For a natural glow to your skin mix a subtle shade of blusher with loose powder.Blend away any creases in your make-up and gently apply the new eyeshadow, highlighter and pencil, the blusher and lipstick.
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