I have rosy cheeks without the help of any blush. It’s called rosacea :)) Mine is not very aggressive or aggravated. I love the fact that I can cover it with foundation.
I am wearing glasses 99% of the time. That means that the foundation disappears from my nose and the cheek area under my glasses.
This is the main reason why I did not own a blush until I was 28. I didn’t see any point tin buying one because I knew I will not use it.
But beautyholics are beautyholics… I had to try a blush one day. Just to see how it looks like, how to apply it etc.
So, in the end, I bought one from essence. I’ve already tried a few of their products and loved them so I thought I could not go wrong. And I was right.
Texture: pressed powder
Shade: 20 Babydoll
How it applies on the skin: a little goes a long way
How it looks on the skin: if applied in the correct amount it looks wonderful
Longevity: at least 12 hours (did not wear it longer than that)
Pros: It is budget friendly and of great quality.
Cons: Apply with caution. It’s quite easy to take too much on the brush.
Availability: in drugstores
The one I purchased is a pink shade and it is perfect for my complexion. It easily transfers on the brush so I can apply it without much effort.
Sometimes, too little effort :))))) I’d rather apply the second layer than to have to have to fix it because I put too much of it.
It lasts all day long. I don’t need to reapply it, it stays put until I clean my face.
I hit the jackpot with my first (and so far) only blush that I ever tried or bought.
Do you think blush is a must-have for a complete makeup? Do you use blush every time to put on makeup? What is your favorite blush? How many blushes do you have?
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