If you can’t get a hold of Charlotte Tilbury’s Beauty Light Wand in Pinkgasm, don’t worry. Billboard‘s got your back. We’ve found five very similar dupes for Madison Beer’s favorite blush that will give you that same glowy flush.
See them below.
This one is nearly identical to the Charlotte Tilbury color and creamy formula, at an eighth of the price. Full disclosure, we have to thank eagle-eyed TikTok users for spotting this incredible dupe — because it’s hands down the best on the market. It’s also cruelty-free.
e.l.f.’s Monochromatic Multi Stick in “Glistening Peach”
This shimmery and blendable cream-to-powder stick is a great dupe for Pinkgasm and only $4. It’s cruelty-free and vegan, and can be used on eyes, lips and cheeks for the ultimate monochromatic look.
Buy the e.l.f. Monochromatic Multi Stick in “Glistening Peach” for $4 on Amazon here.
NYX’s Sweet Cheeks Soft Cheek Tint Blush in “Baby Doll”
Another affordable option is NYX’s buildable cream blush, which comes with a user-friendly doe-foot applicator for easy application. While the 100% vegan cream blush in the shade Baby Doll is slightly more pink and less shimmery than the Charlotte Tilbury blush, it still offers that rosy, youthful look.
Buy the NYX Sweet Cheeks Soft Cheek Tint Blush in “Baby Doll” for $9 on Ulta’s website here.
Fenty Beauty’s Match Stix Shimmer Skinstick in “Yacht Life”
For something a bit more pricey but impeccable quality, try out Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty Match Stix in the shade “Yacht Life.” The color, which has the same shimmery glow as Pinkgasm, is 100% cruelty free and described as a “glimmering peach-pink.”
Buy the Fenty Beauty Match Stix Shimmer Skinstick in “Yacht Life” for $26 on Sephora’s website here.
Melt Cosmetics’ Digital Dust Highlight in “Genesis”
Not super into cream blushes? We’ve got a powder blush for you! Melt Cosmetics’ paraben-free formula is known for its quality, and the shade “Genesis” has the same golden, peachy finish as the Charlotte Tilbury blush — without the hassle of a cream.
Buy it for $39 on Sephora’s website here.