Make Up For Ever HD Blush Review & Swatches
Rejoice cream blush fans! Make Up For Ever HD Blush ($26 each at Sephora) (0.09 oz) has arrived for Spring 2014 in sixteen shades. This new super easy to blend cream blush gives cheeks a natural look with an HD quality finish that looks seamless and gorgeous in and out of photos.
Take a look!
Make Up For Ever HD Blush is a beautifully creamy blush with a second-skin finish that’s truly seamless and flawless on skin. The natural flush these provide is really quite beautiful and has a perfect soft finish with no visible texture that’s left on skin so it really does look like you’re naturally flushed with color.
As far as cream blushes go I’m positive these are the BMW model. The creamy texture is thin, lightweight, and not dewy, sticky, or tacky. I wouldn’t compare them to products like Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge as they aren’t as dewy in finish and have more of a satiny set. They are possibly most comparable to Revlon Photoready Cream Blush in terms of consistency but the finish is considerably more natural and beautiful.
I’d call them sheer in color pay off as any more color and you might feel they are too vibrant and not as natural as what they currently offer. This isn’t a bad thing as color builds beautifully but never looks over done or TOO colorful.
Unfortunately my drier skin hates these as I only get about three to four hours of wear before they slide away into oblivion. This is the case with many cream blushes unfortunately.
Needless to say Make Up For Ever HD Blush offers a more natural and sheerer finish than you’ll get from Make Up For Ever HD Microfinish Cream Blush.
210, 330, 410
They release at a perfect time as Spring is soon on the way and the lightweight, fresh texture gives cheeks just the right amount of soft color without looking over done!
I wish they wore longer for me but aside from that these are a beautifully textured, seamless blush with a formula that’s complete invisible to the eye so cheeks are left looking like they are naturally flushed.
Available now at Sephora and Sephora.com.
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