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From Chanel’s “peach milk tea” blush to Dior’s “rose gold milk tea” offering, it seems like the milk tea trend isn’t coming to a halt anytime soon – and it’s easy to see why. The creamy colour lies somewhere between a cool and warm shade, making it a neutral hue that’s flattering on all skin tones.

If you’re looking for a little more oomph to liven up your complexion, however, you’ll fall in love with SUQQU’s “strawberry milk tea” blush just like plenty of users on RED (a.k.a. China’s Instagram) have.

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The stunning SUQQU Pure Color Blush in 04 Urushibi is actually part of the Japanese luxury cosmetic brand’s Autumn/Winter 2016 collection, but has recently resurfaced on social media thanks to a few posts created by the users of RED.

The 2016 collection was built upon a range of vibrant reds, one of them being the gorgeous Urushibi shade in blush form. This Pure Color Blush features a beautiful gradient of colours – a reddish-pink on the left for a bright pop of colour and a highlighter on the right for a subtle glow.

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Credit: RED

Swirl the handy blush brush over the pan and swipe it across your cheeks for a lustrous wash of pink. Formulated with fine, translucent powder particles, the blush is also infused with emollient oils that allow for smooth application and an even smoother, natural finish.

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Credit: RED

Another shade from SUQQU’s Pure Color Blush range is trending too, and users have likened it to “almond pudding”. With warm, creamy brown tones, the Pure Color Blush in 09 Ayakagerou can also be used as an illuminating bronzer or shimmery eyeshadow for everyday wear.

SUQQU Pure Color Blush in 04 Urushibi retails for S$54 at Selfridges and 09 Ayakagerou retails for S$54 at Selfridges.