The Muse happens to be a big fan girl when it comes to Jill Stuart cosmetics however one item that never completely captured her heart is the Jill Stuart Mix Blush Compact. Recently I started using them again and it was quite a nice little surprised when I actually started liking the results.
Take the jump for a peek at my stash spotlight of these blushes.
I believe it was Spring 2007 that the original Jill Stuart Mix Blush Compact was introduced. This caused quite an uproar due to the fact that the brand had always concentrated on loose powder blushes so the general idea of a pressed powder being added really caused a wave of excitement.
Fast forward closer to the relate date and I recall many a fan babbling, including myself, about the attached brushed. Would it be removable? Turns out indeed the brush was removable and the overal packaging of the blushes was a great success. Obviously you can see from my pictures what an elegant piece of feminine makeup it is.
Now my problem with the blushes was always how subtle they were but as of late I’ve come to appreciate a lighter blush that leaves behind a wash of color. These bring exactly that to the table.
The Jill Stuart cosmetic range was originally launched in Japan and later in other Asian countries and just recently within the US at the flagship Jill Stuart store in New York.
The blush packaging has evolved since it’s original release and now sports an interesting lace design and “J” charm. I actually like the newer style of the blush simply because it gives the palette more of a flair where as before it was a little plain.
The blushes are truly little pieces of cosmetic gorgeous and are a welcome addition to my collection. Hope you enjoyed this spotlight into my Jill Stuart stash.
Do share some of your Jill Stuart favs!
Love to hear all about ’em!