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Milani's Rose Powder Blush Has Been Saved 29,000 Times on Pinterest — and It Only Costs $6

Rosemary Donahue
This rose-colored blush, made by Milani Cosmetics, has been saved by Pinterest users over 29,000 times and costs only $6. It's also available at most drugstores.

If you want to know what the most current trends are (or even what's about to be trendy), other than the runways or street style looks snapped at fashion week, one of the best places to look is Pinterest. People from all over use the platform to save and share all the trends and products they want to try, as well as review the things they've already attempted, and it's a great place to look for inspiration. When an item picks up steam on Pinterest, it's usually because a whole lot of folks either want to try it or have already tried and loved it, and either way, it's about to be super in-demand. Now, as Yahoo Lifestyle is reporting, Milani Rose Powder Blush in Romantic Rose has been saved on Pinterest over 29,000 times, and it's likely going to be the next drugstore hit.

The blush, which can be found at many drugstores as well as Target, is sold for only $6 and provides a natural finish. The Romantic Rose shade is a matte color that gives wearers a rosy glow. If this shade isn't your thing but the price and formula is right, don't fret. The Milani Rose Powder Blush also comes in three other colors: Coral Cove, Blossomtime Rose, and Tea Rose.

There are plenty of other gorgeous $10-or-under blushes to be had, however. Flower Beauty Flower Pots Powder Blush is another great drugstore find that actually won Best of Beauty in 2017. Read the review from Allure and then snag one of your own for $10 (Shop Now). If that one isn't quite your style, we've also reviewed H&M's Pure Radiance Blush. It comes in nine different colors and promises a healthy glow and buildable coverage. Check out Allure's thoughts on it and then choose your color for $10 (Shop Now).

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