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Well i cannot say Im in love with these blushes but they are pretty and decent. i have purchased both of the shades i own on clearance so im not overly upset, i just know there are better drugstore blushes out there for the price but these are pretty enough for me.
These blushes can be found in most drugstores like CVS, Walgreens & Rite Aid as well as Walmart & Target stores. Revlon is widely available throughout but price will vary depending on location as well as sales/discounts. These i have seen priced anywhere from $6-10 so yeah theyre pretty expensive. I have bought both of mine on a clearance sale for $4 which isnt too bad esp for the how much they normally cost. I personlly think $9 is way too expensive for these since the formula isnt the best Ive used.
I own two shades from this line, Pink Blush & Tawny Peach which both are very light in color & best suited for those with light skin. They may work for med-dark but the shades I own are super light. The formula isnt the best either. I may be use to my WNW blushes which are super duper pigmented but these blushes are best for very natural looks. like barely there natural blush. It barely shows up on my super pale skin. So Im sure some may not like the two shades I own. But the ones I own are very pretty esp with smoky looks or even days I just want to look simple & pretty. Great for barely there makeup looks. The formula is a tad too hard for my liking. Maybe I got off shades but the ones I own dont go on my brushes too well. I have to use my more scratchy ones for them to pick up some powder. I have to swipe a bit & rub to get these to get on the brush. I do know that there is almost a waxy top coat probably to preserve the stamp/design but it makes the blush hard for quite some time so once I got thru the top layers I got to some good blush. So thats why I didnt like these for awhile & thought they were crap but once I got thru a little bit, they became soft, more pigmented & easy to apply & blend. These two are now my go to blushes on the simple days. I def dont worry about applying too much or getting the blush line with these. They are almost romantic looking. Pink blush is a simple baby pink blush & tawny peach is a more golden peachy pink which looks like my pink blush one too. I do like the formula but wish it was softer/easier to apply but they are getting better. But for what you pay, it should be amazing since its almost the price of a Mac blush.
Love this blush.It's like a damson pinky colour. It's not a pale pink.It lasts really well and I don't even use a lot, can't stand overdone blush.Never looks streaky.
It can be built up if neccesary and still no streaks.No shimmer at all, which is perfect for me.It's really good value as there's a lot of blush to the product.The little pop up mirrors a nice touch but I honestly never use it. I also have this in rose rapture and the colours are almost identical, in fact I really can't tell the difference.Well worth a try , far better than some of the high end blushes.You don't really need to spend a fortune on a blush, I wouldn't anyway.
This is a lovely blush that gives a great natural colour pay off but it can be built up to a brighter pop of colour. Lovely colour range.
A very affordable blush but great quality.
I have bought this blusher fairly regularly in the past couple of years, as it offers great shades for me and i good quality for the price. I am currently using shade 03 "Blushed", which is great on my fairly pale skin - it stands out well, is mainly pinky but with a slight earthiness to it. In the winter I use shade 02 "Blushing Berry" to compliment the eye/lip colours of the season - the plummy lipsticks etc. This shade is darker, a pink-toned, chalky berry colour that needs to be applied in a defining manner.
The compact is very sturdy and good quality - I have had several of these and they have never broken, nor has the blusher itself crumbled or broken up. There is a mirror in the lid, which is a useful addition although I don't tend to use it myself. The brush is too small for me, as are most compact blusher brushes, but good for emergencies. The blusher itself is a good-sized, textured-surface rectangle, which makes it easier to ger it on the brush than some smaller designs. One compact lasts me months of daily use.
The formula of the blusher is a fine powder that goes on matte and builds up colour easily. It is easy to apply, easy to blend, and lasts a long time, although would need topping up for the evening if worn all day. It feels good, and seems very good quality for the price (about £7.99 RRP but often on multi-buy offers).
Overall, I would highly recommend this blusher, as long as the colour is suitable for your skintone.