Maybelline Pursuit of Pink Master Glaze Blush Stick is a new limited edition cream blush stick that launched with the Maybelline Queen of New York 100 Years Collection for Summer 2015 which is now available at drugstores.
Ok, so, I’m not huge on cream blush and I’m not really all that big a fan of Maybelline Master Glaze Blush Sticks either. Don’t hate me, the formula just isn’t one I love! But Maybelline, well, they have a way with marketing! I noticed Pursuit of Pink and instantly the “limited edition” sticker lit up like neon and I was all, “OMG I have to have it!” Don’t lie, you’ve totally been in that situation before. It’s like “limited edition” is the trigger for you must own this now!
And I’m actually kinda glad I indulged in Maybelline Pursuit of Pink Master Glaze Blush Stick!
Or at least that’s my story and I’m sticking to it!
E.L.F. Beautifully Bare Blush ($4) is a new Summer 2015 cream blush that launched with the E.L.F. Beautifully Bare Collection in two shade selections.
It’s unclear if these are permanent or limited edition but since E.L.F. rarely introduced limited edition products I’d say it was safe to say these are permanent. I’m sad they only launched in two shade as I quite like the formula so hopefully in the future we’ll see more from this little pot blush!
Let’s take a look!
MAC Crisp Whites Blush ($24.50) is one of two new, limited edition MAC Blush shades that launched with the MAC Wash & Dry Summer 2015 Makeup Collection.
Earlier this month I was talking about how the lipstick index seemed to be taking a nose dive and how makeup collections and beauty releases seem a little slower and I feel like the MAC Summer 2015 Collection is testimony to that. This is such a tiny release for Summer! Typically MAC releases Summer Collections in two parts because they are rather large. Wash & Dry is a really tiny collection. No worries, I’m sure we have plenty to look forward to from MAC this Summer including their Nordstrom Anniversary Exclusive Collection but still I sure do find it unusual for them to release merely two blushes for Summer.
None the less here’s some thoughts on the MAC Crisp Whites Powder Blush!
Happiness! There are several brand new shades of Clinique Cheek Pop Blush available permanently! So now you can get your hands on 12 total shades of Clinique Cheek Pop! Excited much? I know I am because last year when Clinique introduced these cutesy little blushes I fell in love and instantly added them to my blush hit list.
Do you own any?
Excited about new shades?
Take a look below at some of the new shades launching!
Colourpop Super Shock Cheek Blush ($8) released in an array of gorgeous shades earlier this Spring and as I love of blushes I knew I had to try these. Colourpop Super Shock Cheek Blush at a glance appears very innovative just like Colourpop’s incredible line of eyeshadows however, after trying them they did quite remind me of another formula (more on that in a bit!).
The appealing aspect of Colourpop Super Shock Cheek and well, all of Colourpop’s offerings is the very inexpensive price tag of a mere $8 each for 0.15 oz. I mean pigmentation, an incredible formula, and a cheap price tag? Yes, please. I don’t know about you but discovering indie brands like Colourpop is equivalent to winning a small lotto! They have great packaging, a stream of steady releases, outrageous and tamer shades of color, and great prices! It’s a brand that sets standards for indie makeup.
Let’s take a look at Colourpop Super Shock Cheek Blush and see what the word is!