March 12, 2013

Flower Beauty Pure Petunia Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush Review & Swatches

Flower Beauty Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush Pure Petunia

Flower Beauty Pure Petunia Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush is a recent addition to my little empire of Flower Beauty Makeup I’ve hauled.

Have I told you how much I’m loving this new line of cosmetics? Count me impressed as many of the products I’ve reviewed already has been GREAT!

I already reviewed this blush before but wanted to give a little love to another shade I picked up recently.

Take a peek!

Flower Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush has become a surprising staple in my daily regime as of late. This little eight dollar cream blush has an impressive formula and that’s saying something considering I’m more of a powder blush girl!

The blush is available in six shades and so far I own three of them but there’s still room for me in my stash as I might just have to get the remaining four shades as the formula here is superb.

Flower Beauty Pure Petunia Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush

Flower Beauty Pure Petunia Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush Swatches

The blush comes housed in a tiny pot about the size of a MAC Eyeshadow. It’s basic white packaging with an emphasis on the Flower logo done in rose gold featured on the opening clasp. Although smaller for a blush it still allows for easy access using finger tips however, those using a brush might find the smaller well a bit of a challenge to get into. Although not the most hygienic application I do prefer finger application for cream blush application!

This formula has a light, creamy texture that applies and blends like butter. It dries down to a silky soft finish that’s lightweight and long wearing. So far both shades I tried produce a very healthy flush of color on cheeks that can be used sheer or built up for more pop. The creamy texture applies very easily without looking patchy or unnatural. Pure Petunia is a peach pink light coral.

Flower Beauty Pure Petunia Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush FOTD

I still remain very impressed with Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush. For under ten dollars it applies beautifully, has a nice bit of pigment, and a beautiful, lightweight finish that gives cheeks a healthy dose of color. Even if you dislike cream blushes I think these can easily convert you!

Muse Approved.


I purchased this item.

About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • Melissa

    You can wear blush like nobody’s business! Your application is flawless and you have enabled me many a times with your blush reviews. Thanks for sharing, this color is beautiful!

    • the Muse

      whoa thanks melissa that’s a huge compliment! 🙂 I’m typically very heavy handed with blush so I’m glad you think so! ;-D my pleasure! Have you tried any of the flower blushes yet? they are divine!

  • Cj

    I looooooove these! They sorta remind me of the maybelline bouncy blushes that they’re so tiny and cute I just wanna buy em all lol! peach blossom is by far my favorite 😀 Flower is like my favorite drugstore brand lol

      • Cj

        Yeah they’re awesome, I’ve even been taking a stippling brush and like getting a little bit of two of em and mixing the color xD the only ones I don’t have is the brown one (uhh no thanks) and primrose and proper which was sadly out of stock 🙁

        • the Muse

          ha..I think I’ll skip the brown too! texture is lovely ;-D I use fingers, not really good idea in such a small pot but seems to work best ;D

          • Christi

            The brown one is actually really pretty on! It looks boring and brown in the pan, but has a beautiful mauvey undertone that looks natural and pretty on the cheeks. Sort of like Tarte Exposed.

  • Amanda

    I’m also a huge fan of this cream blush in Peach Blossom. The blush/bronzer duos are also awesome. Super pigmented and silky smooth.