Milani Tea Rose Rose Powder Blush ($7.99) is one of four, limited edition Milani Rose Blush shades that relaunched exclusively at Walgreens recently. Milani brought back last year’s very popular Rose Blush Collection in four new shades for the Spring season. These were so popular last year and sold out quite fast.
Up until now they have been kinda hard to find but recently I’m noticing more and more Walgreens putting out displays so if you’re in the New York area be on the look out.
I grabbed up one of the new Armani Maestro Fusion Blush because I seriously couldn’t resist a new liquid blush from Giorgio Armani especially considering I’m such a massive fan of Armani Cheek Fabric Blush.
This new liquid blush is a spin on Maestro Liquid Foundation which was released in 2012.
Let’s take a look!
You might recall that Revlon Powder Blush launched in several new shades recently with the Revlon Cheek Boutique Collection for Spring 2014.
All of the blushes in the packaging look incredible. They are just gorgeous, vibrant shades. However, after hauling quite a few shades I’m pretty disappointed with the quality le sigh.
Take a look!
Too Faced Something About Berry Sweethearts Perfect Flush Blush ($30) is one of two brand new permanent shades of Sweethearts Perfect Blush that launched with the Too Faced Spring 2014 Collection.
I actually wasn’t a fan of the original shade that Too Faced had released with their Spring 2013 fan nor did I like the other shade from this release entitled Peach Beach but I’m here to say I love Something About Berry!
Fans of E.L.F. Studio Blush will be quite happy about the launch of the new E.L.F. Studio Blush Palette that’s available in two shades for $6 each.
I actually really like the Studio Blush Collection. They are quite nice budget pick ups if you’re a bit of a blush h0r! These new blush quads feature four shades of E.L.F. Studio Blush in a single compact. If you look close enough they might just remind you of Bobbi Brown’s Custom Palettes.
Take a look!