Thursday, 18 July 2013

MUA Blush Perfection Cream Blusher | Review




Hey girlie's!!

Ive become a complete Blush addict just recently and when i realised i hadn't tried the MUA cream blushes i just had to buy 1... Well one more blush to add to the collection wont harm anyone will it??? he he

I picked up the shade 'Bittersweet'  which is girly pink shade, there are a few more shades to choose from in the cream blush range but 'Bittersweet' was my absolute favourite out of them all. One of the very first things i noticed when i used this was just how soft and creamy the formula is, its honestly the softest most creamy cream blush I've ever used which for me makes it easier to apply too. The pigmentation was good, it wasn't too strong or overpowering but nice enough to give you a natural looking flush which you could easily build upon if you wanted a stronger look, it also leaves the most beautiful dewy finish too the skin too. As for staying power... I felt i could use a touch at lunchtime bearing in mind i apply my makeup at 7am when getting ready for work, although if you have oily skin it may wear off quicker.

The best way of application for me is by using my 'Real Techniques Stippling Brush' it just blends onto the cheeks super quick that way, using my finger tips worked just as fine too but it did take slightly longer to blend out properly and as I'm all about a quick fix the brush is what i opt for. 



There is one thing that is slightly annoying about this which is the packaging... Its quite difficult and fiddly to open and every single time i open it i end up chipping my nail polish off of my thumb nail which frustrates me every time but the blush itself i have no problems with, its lovely. 

I purchased mine from Superdrug for a complete bargain of £2... Wowza... Have your tried out the MUA Cream Blushers yet??? What did you think???

Hayley

9 comments:

  1. I've always struggled with applying cream blush. Thanks for explaining how you apply yours!
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    1. Aww no problem, im the same. Sometimes using your fingers just doesnt give you that flawless application that you want but teh stippling brush is great :)

      XOXO

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  2. I'm a powdered blush kinda girl but for that price I'll be trying a cream blush as it looks great! I agree with the opening and chipping of nail polish, I have something from Sleek that I struggle with! x

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    1. Its defo worth a try for the bargain price :) Yeah just watch out for the chipping hahaha

      xoxo

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  3. such a good blush for only £2, pigmentation looks great in the swatch. I really need to try the Real Techniques brush too.

    - Rhi x

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  4. I need to try that real techniques brush for applying cream blush! I still haven't found a great way to apply cream blush, but that brush looks small and dense enough to do a great job!

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    1. The stippling brush is great for cream blushers, i honestly havent found a brush that even compares to the stippling one for cream blush.

      Thank you for your comment hun

      xoxo

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  5. This blush looks fab, I have this brush never thought of using it to apply blush!

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    1. It really is a gorgeous blush :) Aww really?? Give it a go, it fabulous for cream blush.

      xoxo

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