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Help us Create our new Blush!

You are such an important part of our product creation process! We love hearing your new product suggestions along with feedback on new formulas, packaging, shades and more.

These are some of the blush products I always have in my makeup kit + a couple shades we are working on. What's the one blush you can't live without? Tell us in the comments below!

Thrive Causemetics Beauty With a Purpose Blush Paraben Free Sulfate Free Cruelty Free

We are hard at work creating new makeup with skincare benefits for you! All products will be vegan and free of parabens, sulfates and latex.

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Comments on this post (9)

  • Mar 12, 2017

    I think a really universal pinky-peach is so needed!! i own no cruelty free/vegan blush, because since going vegan i gave away all my non-cruelty free and vegan makeup! Also a warmer/deeper more mahogany/red/purple/brown would be amazing!!

    i have a warner skin tone so i’m a bit biased! but cool tones would be great too :)

    — Celine Rizkallah

  • Dec 07, 2015

    I love Nars Orgasm blush. I finished chemo last week. Blush is definitely needed! Have you considered a skin care line? Us chemo gals need skin care! ASAP.
    Thank You!

    — Susan

  • Nov 24, 2015

    Your company is doing wonderful things! I’m excited to see the next products! :)

    — Aimee

  • Nov 24, 2015

    I am so excited to learn of Thrive. My sister had breast cancer and many complication stemming from it. I think what you are doing is amazing and so important to all the woman who have hair loss, no matter the reason.

    I hope your blush line comes out soon, I too have difficulty in finding just the right color. Also, I would love to see a mascara that won’t flake and bother my eyes. Will we be seeing that soon????

    So proud of you and what you have done at such a young age.

    Kimberly Talbot

    — Kimberly Talbot

  • Nov 23, 2015

    I am 100% for makeup free of parabens, sulfates, petrochemicals and latex! I love light, natural products that enhance and brighten the skin rather than mask it! A blush I can’t live without is NARS in orgasm shade or bare minerals in a similar shade! This shade looks most natural and compliments most complexions! I love makeup that feels like you’re not wearing it at all! Hope this helps! I can’t wait to try what you come up with! :)

    — Erival

  • Nov 23, 2015

    I’ve tried dozens of blushes over the years and I’ve found a couple that I like really well. One is made by Tarte and the other by Bare Minerals. I really like the Bare Minerals loose powder because I feel like I have a little more control over how much I actually use, and I love that their packaging lets you close up the openings so that the powder doesn’t just spill out. The Tarte pressed powder wears so well. I used to pick up only pinks (being a child of the 80’s) but have realized that corals and peaches are really more complementary to my skin tone.

    — Kathy Felter

  • Nov 23, 2015

    I just saw your segment on Kathie Lee and Hoda. What an inspiration you are! I would love to try out new products for you. I was wondering if you would be developing a foundation? I would love to try the blushes as well. Thank you what what you do with cancer patients! You are a blessing to these ladies!

    — Kim Dehnhoff

  • Nov 23, 2015

    NARS orgasm is definitely the one blush I can’t live without. I love the little bit of shimmer

    — Kait

  • Oct 26, 2015

    Most people have the color blue in their skin so many of the blushes are geared for that. I have yellow in my skin tone which makes it much more difficult to find the right blush. Most have “blue” overtones. I did find one MAC called Fleur Power that works well for me. Miss in a solid powder which I also like as the loose powder kinds fly all over my bathroom. It’s messy and costly. I would buy a blush from you if you could make one for my skin tone. I’m mainly Irish. (My mother is Annie Schultz’s, who works for you, great aunt!). I hope this helps.

    — Shanon Rosick

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