Napoleon Perdis Blush Patrol Is Gorgeous!

Looks Napoleon Perdis Blush Patrol is getting a revamp.

This is what it used to look like.

And this is what it looks like now….

Gorgeous isn’t it?

But gorgeous isn’t cheap. This 2-in-1 bronzer and blush will set you back a whooping $50.

Remind you of something?

Laura Geller’s Blush n Brighten might fill your sweet tooth for this plus it’s only $35…

But gosh the Napoleon Perdis is oh so tempting!

  • 5/9/11 18:33 kim:

    gee makeup is jsut so expensive these days!


  • 5/9/11 23:16 Cara:

    OMG this is so gosh-darn pretty! *drool*


  • 5/10/11 0:02 Cindy Smith:

    Yeah but Muse, you know that ‘Cheaper” is not always “better…”
    Laura Gellar is too dusty, too slow for delivery and careless in packaging. If not used with proper hands, I can see faces with chalky finishes.

    I may want to try NP blush combo. It is quite pretty.


    • 5/10/11 7:39 the Muse:

      hi Cindy. wow I never had a prob with laura geller’s version, it’s always been very nice on my cheeks and no probs with shipping either as I normally get from QVC. a majority of blush n brighten have a sparkle finish so it’s def not chalky…cheaper is def not always better :) agreed but Laura’s Blush n Brighten isn’t exactly cheap ;D!


  • 5/10/11 9:35 Aging_Beauty:

    I own several of LG’s baked blushes and love them awful! But before I’d spend $50 on Perdis’ version I’d buy MILANI’S! They are equally gorgeous and I love a bargain! 😛


    • 5/10/11 9:35 the Muse:

      aging beauty good point ;-D Milani’s are wonderful!!!!!


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