Haley Lu Richardson’s Nourishing and Ultra Dewy Cream Blush Is Our New Go-To for Winter

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First thing's first: This post is spoiler-free, don’t worry. Yes, we’re talking about one of the stars of HBO’s buzziest show, White Lotus, but we won’t be spoiling any details from the actual show or the season finale that just aired last Sunday night. What we will be revealing, however, is the beauty products Haley Lu Richardson swears by, specifically the cream blush her makeup artist loves to use on her.


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Haley Lu Richardson plays Portia on White Lotus, the assistant to Tanya, played by the iconic Jennifer Coolidge. And while Richardson gets a lot of attention for her on-screen Gen Z looks, we’re loving the understated makeup her makeup artist, Omayma Ramzy, gives her off-screen. Ramzy recently posted this Instagram pic of the actress before her appearance on The Jennifer Hudson Show, revealing that she loves to use Neen’s Going Rouge cream blush to give her that dewy, rosy glow. Ramzy used the pink, easily-blendable and buildable shade "Shake." It's a sweet, universal pigment that looks good on everyone.

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Neen, Going Rouge Cream Blush — $25.00

Going Rouge is available in eight other shades.

Cream blush is excellent especially in the winters, because it gives skin more hydration and dewyness that we all so desperately need during the harsher months when complexions can look a bit…dull. Especially if you have dry skin, powder creams can sort of sit on top of your skin and give a “cake-y” look instead of that coveted lit-from-within glow.

Neen’s cream blush is $25 and is available in eight shades. Plus, once you’ve finished your favorite shade you can just buy a refill for $21, which is not only cheaper, but also helps reduce single-plastic use and is better for the environment.

Also, it’s not just a blush. You can apply it directly onto your cheekbones or you can use a lip brush (or your fingers) and apply it to your lips—so it’s a multi-purpose product. Which ya know we love (who doesn't want to save time and money?).

In Ramzy’s IG post of Richardson she also included a picture of the inside of her makeup drawer, revealing some of the products she also used on the White Lotus actress. And so here at W+G we took out our monocle, and spied a few other products that caught our eye.

First, we spied a bottle of Bedoin Elixir Facial Oil ($112), from Omayma Skin, Ramzy’s own signature skincare line. At $112 a pop it’s not cheap, but it definitely has a super popular fan-following and has won a ton of industry awards. It’s known for being one of the most nourishing facial oils on the market, especially for acne-prone skin.

But not everything in Ramzy’s makeup drawer is luxury-priced. We also spied some drugstore items like Milani’s Conceal + Perfect Longwear Concealer ($11). We also spotted Sigma Beauty’s Renew Lip Oil ($22), which is beloved because it’s packed with hydrating jojoba oil and sunflower seed oil.

Now, please excuse us while we take some beauty inspo from Haley Lu Richardson and catch up on White Lotus before the internet spoils the finale.

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