what to look for when buying a blush?3 best blush review

November 29th, 2018 Leave a comment Go to comments
By Christina

what to look for when buying a blush?Let's see the 3 best blush review!


NARS Lokoum Cream Blush

Review by i_darling: This blush has a silky-smooth consistency, without the grittiness that plagues other creme-to-powder formulas. Its "spreadability" allows me to blend out the edges very well before it sets. It makes my NC30 skin look spicy and exotic.

Review by JettNY: Beautiful! That's all I'll say (no need to describe it again).

Review by redheadjane: Beautiful warm pink/reddish/berryish colour with some shimmer and looks like a gorgeous flush when applied. Looks great on my tanned skin (GA LSF 6.5) Amazing creamy consistency - very smooth! Blends perfectly and doesnt dry down to a powdery look, but rather stays dewy and gives me a glow and thats what I love! Great stuff, I would rebuy.

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Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge for Lips and Cheeks in Velvet Plum

Review by nechama22: Overall, I really loved the color of this. I'm still learning how to use cream blush, so I consider it a work in progress. I'm reviewing it more as a lip stain. While I loved the color, I found it extremely drying on my lips. My lips have never been so dry- ever.

Review by belladoggie00: Velvet Plum is quickly becoming one of my favorite fall lip colors! It's a bit difficult for me to blend on my cheeks; my skin is on the dry side, and it's a bit dark for it to blend properly. I have used other Pot Rouge shades on my cheeks with success, though. Velvet Plum is wonderful on the lips -- a rich plum with a touch of brown. It goes on smooth and gets slightly dry, but a bit of lip balm solves it. A little goes such a long way, too; these are a great value!

For reference: NW5-10; NARS Siberia.

Review by angelchan: I always have a love/hate relationship with BB pot rouge. I have a difficult time blending them into my skin.However, this is a great color! I am NC25ish, blond blue eyed fairly neutral to cool and I feel like this color enhances my natural cheek flush.
I really have to buff this into my skin to blend it, but I have found if I warm it up between my fingers befor applying it blends easier.
I generally only use the pot rouges for cheek color, but I have used this on my lips and it looks nice, I just add lipgloss over it to help keep it moist. I will probably not buy this again, only because it's going to last a long time, but I will buy pot rouge again. Like I mentioned love/hate!

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Linda Cantello Sweet Cream Blush in Brit

Review by SisleyAus: I dunno...I feel like I'm the only one that this doesn't work for...totally disappears on me after an hour

Review by laurilauri: I got this in a swap so it was a good way to try it. I am not all that super impressed with this product. I find it a little greasy and the colour goes streaky. I have used better cream blushes. The colour is nice though its a soft rose neutral.

Review by bklyncowgirl: I love this blush .... beautiful muted rose with shimmer. The formulation is a wonderful cream to powder that looks natural, blends well, and offer buildable color. Major CON that almost made me give this a 3? The pump packaging!! It is impossible to control how much comes out. At least if you put the excess in a little container, it doesn't dry out and can be used the next day. But honestly what a stupid design.

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