Product Type: MUA makeup
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Member Name: sympatic
Advantages: Cheap price
Disadvantages: Average results
This only cost a pound from Superdrug so I guess there is little to complain about however forgetting the price and merely rating this on the quality of the product I would only give it three stars however because of the fact that it is so cheap it just about scraps a fourth star overall. Plus I do not use a lot of blusher so as it is not a product I use on a frequent basis the lack of quality can be excused.
There are six shades in the range to choose from depending on your skin type, I went for the mid range number 4 and while the initial results were not very pronounced by building it up then it did begin to show through and add some colour to my cheeks. I found it best to be quite light with the brush when applying this as it is easy to over apply it. It can be a bit misleading as it certainly looks a stronger colour in the palette than it does when you apply it however as the colour begins to build it does change quite quickly to add more colour, I found it a little difficult to get it to transfer from container to brush as the powder is a little firm.
On my skin it feels nice and light but it is nothing special and I found that it does fade after a while and is not very long lasting, again that is down to the overall quality. The other area where you get to notice the cheapness of the product is in the very basic plastic container that it comes in, I would not trust the clasp to transport this on a regular basis as it looks flimsy, the one good thing is that the clear plastic allows you to see the contents inside without having to keep opening it.
As far as I know the MUA range are exclusive to Superdrug so it can only be bought there.
Summary: Worth a try