The Etude House Belle Rose Cheek Blusher released in two shade selections with the Etude House Princess Happy Ending Collection recently. This collection is inspired by Disney princesses and as you probably guessed the Belle they are referring to is from Beauty and the Beast.
These are actually selling really well in Korea at the moment and are available for a limited time so if you want them I wouldn’t hesitate on a purchase.
Ettusais Rose Cheek Color is a blush that released with the Ettusais Princess Red Collection some months ago. It is a limited edition product but no worries many shops such as Gooddealer still have it available!
The collection was inspired by Snow White’s pale white creamy skin with a pink of rosy color and truly the Ettusais Rose Cheek Color embodies that really pretty punch of red on cheeks!
Take a look!
Benefit Majorette Booster Blush ($28) is a new cream to powder blush launching this September for Fall 2014. Let’s face it Benefit knows how to do blushes! With a range of best selling box of powder blushes under their belt (which I absolutely adore) there’s no doubt in my mind that Benefit was going to do something great with their new Majorette Blush!
Let’s take a peek!
MAC Pink Sprinkles Blush ($24) is one of two limited edition powder blush shades launching with the MAC The Simpsons Makeup Collection. Pink Sprinkles might have you think of Homer’s favorite tasty donut treat but this collection is actually something that celebrates Marge as you can see from the packaging! The blush comes housed in a black lacquer case with a yellow face plate featuring Marge’s fluttery lashes and legendary hair peeking back at you!
Let’s take a peek!
MAC Sideshow You Blush ($24) is one of two, very limited edition powder blush shades launching with the new MAC The Simpsons Makeup Collection.
I think the blush shades in the Simpsons Collection are what excited me most especially Sideshow You since it’s a peachy coral which I love.
Let’s have a look!