April 23, 2015

Love and Need All These Missha Soft Blending Stick Blushers

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Missha Soft Blending Stick Blusher

How cutes are these Missha M Soft Blending Stick Blushers? Pur Minerals recently launched their Chateau Cheek Stain which are IDENTICAL to Missha’s (but Missha’s are cheaper) and also Smashbox has a new L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Color (but again these are cheaper).

Take a look!

Missha Soft Blending Stick Blushers are $13.69 each and available from ebay.com seller F2Plus1 in an array of six shades.

These have chubby cream blushes have blush on one side and a flat top blending brush located on the other side.

Shades:

  • Milk Pink
  • Rose Pink
  • Skin Coral
  • Pecan Brown
  • Mud Brown
  • Sugar Glam

Simply swipe on and either blend out with your fingers or use the brush to buff color into your skin for a flawless finish!

Love!

I want them!

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  • Susan T.

    I definitely need the top three colours. Headed to Ebay now! Thanks!

  • amy

    Mud Brown & Pecan Brown look quite intriguing, as does Sugar Glam. Would you happen to know if these contain mineral oil, or if Missha tends to use mineral oil in a lot of their products?.

    • Isabella Muse

      not sure about these Amy but yes Missha products typically have mineral oil ๐Ÿ™

  • Danadoo

    These look so pretty, but “mud brown” is a horrible color name!

  • saffron

    I’ve seen these in person (I live in South Korea) and the brown shades seem to be perfect for contouring. The saleslady told me the Sugar Glam is a highlighter. I purchased the Sugar Glam and Skin Coral, and am excited to try them out for an easy summer look.

    • Isabella Muse

      absolutely! I think they meant them for contouring for sure and not blush use!