Bourjois Little Round Pot Blush Reviews
Product Type: Bourjois makeup
Description:Brand: Bourjois / Type: Blushers / Softer and more velvety thanks to a new pearl effect and a skilful blend of pigments ... more
Bourjois Little Round Pot Blush ... / The baked texture is transformed on the skin into a light ultra-fine pressed powder, that is easy to apply and blends impeccably / One stroke of the brush reveals the irresistable aroma of rose scented powder /
Newest Review: ... later I discovered the delights of the department store beauty counters and put Bourjois behind me. A few yeas ago I won a ... more
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Customer Bourjois Little Round Pot Blush Reviews (62)
by - written on 17/11/13 (Very useful, 13 readings)
PRODUCT: Bourjois Blusher Pot Size: Presented as a 2.5g 45mm pot of pressed powder DESCRIPTON: The little pot of blusher is presented in a pink pot with gold writing, the pot is opened by simply pressing a little gold button and snaps shut. The powder blusher is domed in the pot covered by a thin paper disc and with a semi-circular application brush that makes me think of a false eyelash set. Set into the lid is a small mirror. The pot has the usual icons on the bottom that in this case inform that the product is good for 18 months from opening and that the pot is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/13 (Very useful, 12 readings)
These Little Round Pots by Bourjois have always intrigued me. My friend is an avid uses of these and possesses a handful of shades. After not wanting to fork out £21 for another Clinique blush, I thought I might as well give these a spin. Looking at the Boots website now, the price reads £2, which seems incredibly cheap, and I'm pretty certain I payed around £7 for mine. There's either a promotional offer or the site seems to have had a bit of a 'blip'. The blush is available in various shades, from rosy tones to purples, pinks, browns, beiges... I chose 'Cendre de Rose Brune' which apparently means 'Ashes of Roses'. It's a dark rosey shade with a hint of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
This blush was one of the first products I ever bought as a teenager just getting into make-up. I still use them to this day (not the exact same pots of course!) and they have served me well! I have used a various shades over the years but this review will consider the two that I currently own. I currently own the following shades: 15 Rose Eclat - a warm dusky pink a little on the mauve side 74 Rose Ambre - a dark ruddy pink The packaging is very cute - resembling macaroons - and is connected by a little hinge by which the lid and bottom connect. While the packaging is lovely it is not practical and I have had the lid and bottom come apart ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/13, updated on 10/12/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I love a good blusher and own a few of them which have served me well enough and they are Boots No7 ones or Max Factor and then I have a few small ones in various compacts that I own. However I was recently reading an article about skin tones and the colours we should be using and it came up with with my very pale skin-tone and blue eyes...... I should be using a peachy colour instead of any of the rosy colours I was using and I felt like a change anyway! So off I went to Boots because I knew that I had alot of unclaimed points on my Advantage card thingy and that I knew they have a massive selection of make up to choose from. Usually I go for Max Factor ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/13 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I seem to go through blusher like crazy even though I don't put loads on when I go out. Must be because you get less blush than you do other products like foundation. I like to shop around and try different products so don't really stay loyal to any paticular cosmetic brands. I decided to try the bourjois one after my daughter said their range is really good. She uses the eyeshadows from that range quite a lot and says that they're fantastic so I ended up grabbing one of their blushers last time I was in Boots. They're usually £7.49 but at the minute (18/01/2013), they've got £2 off and are priced at £5.49. The bourjois blusher comes in a really small round ... Read the complete review
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