This is an adorable pretty mauvey-pink colour. As the description on the back says "a soft, natural blush of colour" - it's the perfect description. I'd def repurchase. Gave it 4 lips because I need to build the blush colour about 3 times before I achieve my desired colour.
This blush has the least pigment I've ever seen. This looks like there's absolutely nothing on my cheeks! I tried layering, use different brushes... nothing. Not worth the money AT ALL.
I really like the color of this blush--it's really sort of a soft mauve than a wine color, but I can only give it three lippies because it just doesn't have staying power. It also takes a lot to build. If you are going for a very soft look, it would probably be suitable, but it just didn't work for me--I like something with more pigment.
These blushes are pretty low in pigment, which means they're forgiving, but if you like a real flush or contrast they probably won't work for you. Wine with Everything is like a cool mauve-toned rose shade. The brush that comes with the package is laughable, but the narrow pan makes it tough to use a proper brush, especially once there's a dip in the product. Other drugstore brands are better for less.
I bought it on clearance at Target. Its color called to me. The color is "Wine With Everything." Revlon is a little pricy for me when not on clearance, but I wanted a matt blush that is good for fair skin with very cool undertones. This one has a tiny, tiny amount of sparkle/sheen but nothing over the top. I don't like Revlon's prices, but Target was out of the CG Cheekers that glowing500 recommended. This Revlon one will work until I can find glowing000's recommendation back in stock.
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I do like this blush. For a drugstore blush I think it has quite nice pigmentation, although not as good as any of my higher end blushes. The colour is nice and I really appreciate that it is matte. I will not repurchase because I found it to still be expensive for a drugstore product, and I'd rather spend a few more dollars for a higher end blush.
This blush is a must buy! It's light and subtle but adds a healthy, pretty glow. Everytime I wear it I notice what a healthy, pretty glow it gives. Definetly try it out!
wine with everything is a matte mauve-pink blush.it is matte but it's got just a little shine to it.enought pigmented to do a natural-glowy look.verry nice color for olive,neutral skintone. Sometimes,i appliy it with my fingers,when i want more pigmentation!Love it!
I was excited when I saw this matte blush and the tone of Wine With Everything. However, I don't feel that this color is flattering on my NC30 skin, it doesn't seem to have good enough staying power for me and is not very pigmented (which might be good if you wanted to pair this with another more pigmented neutral color).
This shade blows big time. It's nothing like the WIne With Everything lipstick or nail shades. It's a pukey, blase type plum. Nothing "wine" about it. Revlon has ruined this shade of blush over the years. When it came out in the 70's originally, it was a true deep wine shade. It gave you that sculpted Gothic cheeked look, very dramatic and chic. I used to like the Revlon blushes when you could still buy Revlon in the department stores and at the corner drug store when they came packaged in long, elegant tortoise shade compacts. This shade looks like a muddy plum that does virtually nothing for any complexion. It just sits on the skin as though it were swiped on at the last minute as an afterthought. Revlon used to make a shade called Smoky Plum in their blush. Now, that shade WAS more of a true wine color. But of course, once you find something you like, it's always discontinued. I might be an old bag of 54, but some shades just always seem to work in the Revlon line. Sadly, this is not one of them.