Product Type: Boots 17 makeup
Newest Review: ... small black pot with a round screw lid without a brush... simply blush! As far as im aware there are around 7 shades to choose from to suit... more
A natural look achieved
17 Blush Powder
Member Name: sammy00
17 Blush Powder
Advantages: Applies well, good range of shades and a good price
I have never really tried blush or bronzer before but after watching a make up tutorial on Youtube I saw how effective it could be. So when I was next walking past our local Boots store I popped in to have a look. I first looked at a Maybelline Blusher which was around £6 and thought that I would be best off with a cheaper one in case I didn't like who they look. So I toddled off to the Natural Collection and No17 stands, there was only one blusher in the Natural Collection range and it looked way to dark but when I saw there was a choice of 5 shades from No 17 it caught my attention.
I decided to get the Plum Puff shade and the little pot only set me back £3.49, so I was well pleased. The powder comes in a small black pot with a screw top clear lid. The little pot is full of blusher so you get a good amount. When I got home I found out a blusher brush and as the tutorial had told me smiles and swept the blusher over the apples of my cheeks and up the cheekbone. After a little practise at applying I got the look just right. The Plum Puff shade was just the right shade and added just enough colour to make me look healthy and glowing.
17 offer the blusher in 5 shades:-
They range from a light glow to rosy cheeks. And they work really well. They sweep onto the skin easily and despite it being powder it gives a silky coverage.
I have stuck with the Plum Puff shade and now use it as part of my staple makeup routine
Summary: Well worht trying and there are 5 shades that you can pick from