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Avon Color Trend Blush Blusher

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      06.05.2012 10:35
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      Not bad for the price I suppose

      I recently bought one of these off a car boot stall for £1.

      Mine was a pale pink colour.

      The blusher comes presented in a small compact that lifts up to reveal the blusher. There's no brush with it so you have to use your own. The blusher is easy to use. You just swirl a brush around the compact and use the brush to highlight your cheeks. Once the blusher is on the skin it looks more vibrant than what it is in the compact. I ended up looking like a Barbie doll after having applied mine so less is more with this. Start off slowly and build up the colour gradually to avoid the "Barbie" look!

      The blusher wears off during the day. After a four hour shift at work I looked in the mirror and mine had completely disappeared. This meant that I had to apply the blusher again, unlike more premium blushers where I wouldn't have to do this. You could try using a primer beforehand, which I have to do yet.

      The blusher will last you a fair amount of time but it won't if you have to keep re applying it so I think Avon need to re think their formula to this one. However it's cheap and ideal for younger make-up wearers who are just starting out with blusher. The compact does look pretty and it's small enough to carry inside a clutch bag.

      An average blusher from Avon.

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      16.03.2012 22:49

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      Really good item for the makeup loving clubbers

      This blusher is ideal for your night out as it fits into the tiniest of handbags. Although its so small that if you have large brush it could be a pain. I use my fingers though to apply blusher and that way works fine. Its a good product for the price, I got mine for 99p and its lasted me ages. It comes in a well secured package that clips shut so you dont need to worry about it opening up and ruining everything else in your make up or hand bags. There are a couple of different shades too "pinkie" and "bronze" I have both and use either depending on what or where I going. Also its part of the Colour Trend branding of Avon and I dont normally buy that range as I feel its aimed more at teenagers or the younger clubbers because its so cheap it doesn't matter if it smashes etc

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      09.10.2009 19:18
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      Not for me

      I bought this blusher from Avon mostly because it was on offer and I thought it looked cute! I'm a sucker for sweet little bits of make-up.

      This blusher is part of the Color Trend range from Avon, which is basically a slightly cheaper range of make-up that is aimed at younger people. Within the range there is a 'Mini' sub-range which includes products such as the mini eyeliner, which I find quite good, and this mini blush.

      The blusher comes in a little pink plastic compact. It is really tiny, you could probably fit two in the palm of your hand. This means that it is a bit difficult to use with a large fluffy blusher brush as you don't really get an even coverage on the brush.

      The main problem however is that the blush doesn't have much colour to it. I have very pale skin and even then it hardly added any colour to my face so I am sure anyone with less pale skin would see no colour at all. This is of course a bonus for anyone looking for a very natural blusher but personally I found it pointless to wear.

      The blush is available in two shades, pinkie and bronze. I have only tried pinkie so bronze may have more colour to it.

      This would be good to give young girls, for example if your daughter wants to wear make-up but you don't want her to! She will feel like she's wearing make-up but not really look like it!

      The blusher normally costs £3.50 but is currently on offer for £1.75. I got it for £1.50 a few weeks ago and it wasn't even worth that.

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