I’ve been playing around with my Etude House Princess Etionette Heart Blusher for the past few weeks and decided to review them today. These are a darling, limited edition release from Korean brand, Etude House for the Holidays.
As you can see from this post and some of my prior posts, it’s the darling packaging the blush comes in that really seals the deal. With a swoon worthy jar and little conversation heart piece blushes what’s not to love about this entire presentation?
As gorgeous as it is I fear a bad review upcoming…!
L’Oreal Visible Lift Color Lift Blush is a contouring and illuminating blush created in six shades for Spring 2013.
These have a lightweight, mousse-like texture much like Maybelline’s Dream Bouncy Blush. The lighter texture is supposed to give skin a more youthful, healthy “lifted” look with a texture that doesn’t settle into fine lines. There’s irony in the “doesn’t settle into fine lines” because the formula made me look like I have monstrously huge pores when in fact my pores are so tiny you’d need a magifying mirror to actually see them so I can just imagine what they’d do on a finely lined face.
Take a look!
As you know Physicians Formula Sexy Booster Sexy Glow Blush and Sexy Glow Glossy Stains have recently launched in drugstores for Spring 2013.
I think Physicians Formula went out of their way with this collection. The packaging and design are darling. As a makeup lover I admit I put heavy importance on packaging. These darling powder blushes feature a cute little stiletto design.
I just wish the formula was as lovely!
Chanel Joues Contraste Blush in Frivole will be launched with the Chanel Spring 2013 Precieux de Printemps de Chanel Collection.
At a glance it’s an intimating shade of orange but is described as a apricot by Chanel. For me, it’s orange, I’m not getting the apricot. Considering I have this unusual obsession with orange makeup, even though I can’t wear it, I was intrigued by the shade.
Take a look!
Almay Smart Shade Powder Blush is available in three shades selections and recently launched in drugstores as part of Almay’s Spring 2013 Collection.
The blushes are $8.69 each at Harmons but I suspect you may run into a higher price tag should you purchase at CVS, Walgreens, etc….
Do yourself a favor, wait for these to be on sale before indulging, if you even bother indulging after this review.