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Jennifer Garner’s Go-To Multitasking Cream Blush Is Only $25

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Blush can instantly liven up your face, making you look effortlessly radiant. Jennifer Garner knows this trick well, and when she's looking to add a pop of color to her look, she turns to Stila Convertible Color, a multitasking cream that you can use on your cheeks and lips.

"To me, blush is the most essential beauty product to wear," says Molly R. Stern, a celebrity makeup artist. "It enhances the complexion and gives the skin a youthful glow."


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Tap the Stila Convertable Color onto your cheeks or lips for a sheer flush of color. "Cream formulas help the skin look fresh and hydrated,” says Marc Reagan, director of global education, artistry, and events at Hourglass. “Plus, the colors tend to be a little clearer and have subtle transparency when they are applied, which prevents rich colors from looking milky or grey on the skin.” This two-in-one formula makes achieving a simple monochromatic look super easy.

Garner's go-to shade is peony, a gorgeous mauve-y pink color. But the product is also available in three additional colors: petunia (bright orangey-pink), gerbera (dusty pink), and magnolia (pinky-brown). When choosing the best shade for you, celebrity makeup artist Neil Scibelli says to assess your complexion.

"I tend to look at undertones of the skin first, and then choose a color that will either complement the tones or counteract anything that you're steering away from," says Scibelli. "For example, if I see someone already has a natural flush, or has some redness in the cheeks naturally, I won't go for a blush that has red undertones—I'll most likely use a peachy, coral color to try and warm it up."

Convinced? Hit "shop now" above to add the Stila Convertible Color to your cart so you can feel like you're flirty and thriving all the time, just like Jen.

Watch our senior beauty editor try nine different cream blushes:

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