Paul & Joe Triple Cheek Color Review & Swatches

Paul & Joe Triple Cheek Color Summer 2014

Paul & Joe Triple Cheek Color takes the Creamy Cheek Powder formula and runs it through the Ice Cream Parlous with shades inspired by your favorite frozen Summer time treat!

Paul & Joe Triple Cheek Color is a triple “flavor” blush swirled together to create a pretty flush of color on cheeks.

Take a look!

I recently purchased Paul & Joe Triple Cheek Color in Orange Sorbet which is a swirl of orange, pink, and creamy beige. These come housed in a cute floral compact with a little mirror tucked inside.

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The creamy formula sets to a silky powder finish that blends easily onto cheeks easily. You can use your fingers to apply or dip a stripling brush into the color and swirl it onto cheeks. The cream texture is lightweight and quite hydrating on my drier skin and dries down to a lovely semi-matte texture that looks airbrushed on. It does feel dewy at first and has a certain glossiness as you apply but it sets quite quickly to a powder finish.

Orange Sorbet lives up to its name as it is a dominate orange shade but applies very sheer so it’s wearable without being loud and outrageous. I think it could disappoint if you’re a girl or guy that likes plenty of pigment in your blush but if you don’t mind a flush of color this is a perfect way to get a lovely Summer-y flush on cheeks and face! It does wear a shorter time on me and fades quickly at around for hours but it will likely vary depending on your skin type! Mine just happens to eat up cream blushes even when they set to a powder.

These are supposed to be scented, Orange Sorbet is supposed to smell like pineapple, but I didn’t really smell anything?!

Paul & Joe Triple Cheek Color Orange Sorbet

Paul & Joe Triple Cheek Color (Orange Sorbet)

Paul & Joe Triple Cheek Color swatches

Paul & Joe Triple Cheek Color Swatches (Orange Sorbet)

Paul & Joe Triple Cheek Color isn’t really a great pick for those who dislike sheerer blushes but anyone who wants a pretty pop of subtle, lightweight color on cheeks that looks natural will enjoy these!

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  • 7/1/14 2:02 Aretsuya:

    Hello Ms. Muse! I popped over to beauty habit and as much as I love eating chocolate mint gelato, I’m having a hard time imagining it as a cheek color. If you have any ideas, do you mind enlightening me? The other two shades I can see on my cheeks but my my mind’s eye is having trouble with that brown, cream, and blue combo…


    • 7/1/14 8:32 Isabella Muse:

      no idea haha that’s a difficult color to pull off for sure! perhaps it sets to a bronze-y finish!?


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