February 22, 2021

I Want this Blush That’s All That Needs To Be Said

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Estee Lauder Rebellious Rose Pure Color Envy Blush launched today but it feels a little late as this is give me a big old Valentine’s Day vibe! But I’ll take it anyway! It’s gorgeous or at least it looks gorgeous in photos! This is a bright rosy red with a soft matte finish.

According to Estee Lauder the shade is universally flattering on skin tones and that made me laugh as I was literally talking about pH blushes on Instagram over the weekend. Anyone remember Tangee? I actually don’t but it was super popular in the 50s. It was a bright orange blush that tells the timeless tale of how it reacts with your body chemistry and changes the perfect custom color for your skin tone. We’ve seen plenty of this from products like Stila Custom Color Blush and Physicians Formula pH Matchmaker pH Powered Blush. Several years ago pH blushes were all the rage!

Do I think Estee Lauder Rebellious Rose Pure Color Envy Blush perfectly suitable for all skin tones? I have doubts. This is a pretty reddish so if you already have some red tones in your skin it might not look as beautiful on your skin as it does in the pan!

Universally flattering or not it’s still a stunning shade and I do want it.

Estee Lauder Rebellious Rose Pure Color Envy Blush is available now at Nordstrom.

Where to buy

Nordstrom

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  • Jane

    GIMME. Provided it’s not actually one of those horrible pH changing ones and is just flattering for most skin colors, like that beautiful “For Me” collection from Maybelline. I can see this as being one of those colors that does look really good on everyone; we all have the same blood and if the same color kind of shows through – voila! Beautiful blush.

    • Isabella Muse

      Naa they are just saying it’s “Universally flattering” but def not color changing! I’m not sure! I think it might be bright for snow white skin and those who have a lot of redness but who knows ;-D might be awesome! I gotta see it up close and personal before I decide ;-D but def want!

    • Isabella Muse

      I think it could work if you apply it very lightly! but I can see pale and very fair skin having issues! It seems very bright!