Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush Reviews
Product Type: Maybelline makeup
Description:Brand: Maybelline / Type: Blushers / Subcategory: Mousse
Newest Review: ... pot a nice weighty feel and the overall design a sense of luxury. I also like that the pot then becomes re-usable and that ... more
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Customer Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush Reviews (40)
by - written on 22/03/10, updated on 22/03/10 (Very useful, 121 readings)
After years of using a crème blush I am now completely devoted to using powder. I have found that it's much longer lasting, helps stop my face becoming greasy and as I don't have to rub it on I have found that it helps to cover blemishes (with crème blush I would apply concealer and foundation and often end up rubbing it straight off when blending the crème blush) The only problem with powder blush is once or twice I have applied it and found later on I looked like a smacked bum! That's because its quite tempting just to dab on a little more, and then a little bit more until I look like I might have a starring role in Memoirs of a Geisha! Because of this I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Maybelline is a beauty company offer a wide range of make up products. ~Dream Mousse~ The Dream Mousse range includes a foundation, concealer, bronzer, eye colour and a blush in various shades.This review discusses the Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush. This product is a blusher in mousse form. It is designed to glide onto the skin and doesn't clog pores. The result should be a radiant finish to your cheeks. The shade range is dependant on where you buy from. The collection does offer pinks, mauves, red/corals and brown shades. The blush is dermatologically tested. ~Packaging~ The blush is presented in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I have tried out several of the items in the Maybelline range, and found all of them to be really good quality and more importantly, they seem to suit my skin type perfectly. When my pot of blusher ran out recently, there was really no competition when it came to me choosing a new brand to try, and I went with the "Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush", such is my liking for their products. Supplied in a little glass pot with a plastic screw off lid, the blusher cost me around £6 from my local Boots store, but I have also seen it in other drugstores such as Superdrug. There was a range of about five shades and colours to choose from, with a variety of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I am quite a big fan of Maybelline Mousse items as I find them lovely and light on the skin and find they do not have the horrible 'cloggy' feel that liquid items have, however give a better coverage than that of powder. The particular item I am about to review is the Dream mousse blush, by maybelline. This is an air whipped mousse blusher. Mine is in shade '02' which is a very light, girly pink called coral (it is not an orangey coral which the name does sometimes imply.) It comes in quite a small, round glass pot, that is quite a bit smaller than the post size of the dream matter mousse foundation. It cost me £3.98 and I purchased mine ... Read the complete review
by shopalotkt - written on 02/10/10
I like this blusher but it has both good points and bad points and I don't think I would buy it very often. What I think is good about it is that it is good to take on holidays and when you are out and about as it is small and compact and you don't need a blusher brush to apply it so it is very easy to use. I used this on holiday and it was good as it is light and I didn't want something heavy on my skin when it was hot. The things that put me off this blusher is that to me it doesn't look as striking as a powder blusher does and gives a lighter look which again is good for on holiday and if you want a very subtle look. I ... Read the complete review
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