Napoleon Perdis Blush Patrol Is Gorgeous!

Looks Napoleon Perdis Blush Patrol is getting a revamp.

This is what it used to look like.

Napoleon Perdis Blush Patrol

And this is what it looks like now….

Napoleon Perdis Blush Patrol

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…

Laura Geller Blush n Brighten
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! :P


    • 5/10/11 9:35 the Muse:

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


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