November 23, 2009

JK Jemma Kidd Cheek ID Colour Adapt Blush Review and Swatches

Givenchy Gloss Poetique will set you back $45 but JK Jemma Kidd Cheek ID Colour Adapt Blush is only $18 bucks!

JK Jemma Kidd Cheek ID Colour Adapt Blush 1

Yay for savings!

Check it after the jump!

Releasing with the JK Jemma Kidd Holiday Collection 2009 at your local Target this blush is sure to please anyone who likes a just kissed flush of color on cheeks.

What is it?

JK Jemma Kidd Cheek ID Colour Adapt Blush is a soft gel-like blush which adapts to your body chemistry for just the right shade of pink for cheeks and face.

I love this stuff! It blends easily onto cheeks and you only need a tiny dab to get fresh blushing cheeks. The shade applies on my cheeks as a rosy pink, kind of that just stepped in from a cold Winter’s night or just been kissed blushing pink. It’s slightly sticky but that stick is actually what makes it wear long. I wouldn’t say it adapts as I tried it on my sister (she’s considerably darker in tone) and it’s basically the same shade of pink on my cheeks that it is on hers but never you mind it’s rather flattering regardless.

JK Jemma Kidd Cheek ID Colour Adapt Blush 2

JK Jemma Kidd Cheek ID Colour Adapt Blush 4

JK Jemma Kidd Cheek ID Colour Adapt Blush 3

JK Jemma Kidd Cheek ID 1

Overall, if you love a natural, fresher blushing cheek color this is a perfect one. It’s also a great dupe for Givenchy Gloss Poetique at a way better price however you can’t multitask with it as you would Givenchy’s version but the good news is the JK line also has a Gloss ID which performs the same way.

As for this Muse she adores it for cool, Wintery cheeks!

Available now at Target.

Anyone try?

Tell the Muse!

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  • Sonja

    How funny! I didn’t realize that was a blush. I thought it was a refillable container. I’m going to have to go back and try that. Thanks for the review!

    • the Muse

      oh no check it out sonja total blush 😀 My pleasure! Worthy of a haul imho as it’s a nice flush of color!

  • su-pah

    oh snap! i HAD this too. 😉
    i don’t know whether it’s simply because you’re a fair bit fairer than me or that I was always cold when I dabbed this on but it just failed to show up and if it did, it appeared and then rapidly vanished again.
    i ended up using it as a flushed, glossy stain on my lips instead (quite moisturising too) and used it up within a fortnight. haha!

    • the Muse

      hi su-pah! oh no that stinks! It works a treat on me and my sis, she’s pretty dark, heck might as well use it on my lips why not?! 🙂