Love the packaging. Reminds me of Nars. The powder could be better, but for $3 I'm not complaining. It's a bit too loose. It's also very pigmented in my opinion so a little goes a long way. I find this to be the case with most elf studio blushes. however, this is a nice peachy coral colour which is great for tanned skin tones.
I love the price and it has very sleek packaging. It applies a nice subtle wash of color for everyday. Would probably buy again because it's so cheap. Great value for the price
i like this. i used to be totally into twinkle pink. But this looks really good with a purple eyeshadow. i like the way it is less glittery. i'll definitely get more when i run out.
I got this in a swap as an extra today. I like the packaging. I like the ingredient list too because it does not contain Bismuth which Nars blush and so many high end blushes contain. I applied it and exactly same thing happened as with Nars Orgasm. It does not show up on me! I tried it on my eyelids as an eyeshadow, and it still does not show up. I think I am going to stick to pinks. Id love to try the ELF studio blush in another shade!
I gotta say, I was a little fearful when I swatched mine. It looks very chalky when you swatch it, and it looks like it has no pigmentation at all. But it seems that no one e.l.f product is the same... When this is applied, it's a beautiful coral with gold shimmer! Looks beautiful on all skin tones. I use it when I'm pale and tan. Amazing!
Candid Coral is lovely on my skin, and I find that it works for many different skin tones. I am very pale, but my Indian friend looks fabulous wearing it as well! Warm skin tones are what this product is better suited for, I think. You can't beat the price of ELF blushes, and though it is not as good quality as Nars, it comes very close and that's good enough for me.
You can't ask for more in a $3 blush. The colour is a nature coral with unnoticeable shimmer. It gives my cheek the perfect flush of colour. I actually like that it's not too pigmented so I can apply this in a rush in the morning and not have to worry about over applying. I have already hit pan and bought a second one.
I recieved this and Twinkle Pink for Christmas this past year, and am so surprised I haven't reviewed them yet because I love them! Out of the two, I wear this one more because it goes with more of my coral-y makeup looks. The color is an orange toned coral (at least on my fair skin) with a slight hint of pink. It's a matte blush, which I prefer for every day. It comes in a package very similar to those of the Nars blushes, and looks incredibley chic in my makeup collection. The pigmentation is good, but not wet n wild color icon blushes good, which I like because those can be a bit hard to blend out/too harsh on my fair skin. I would definitely buy this again, and at three dollars, I'll be picking up more of the line. These blushes are a great find.
The ELF Studio line makes some really good quality blushes. Candid Coral is a peachy/pink blush with a slight sheen to it. In my opinion, the color is a dupe for Benefit's Coralista. The packaging is very nice and sturdy, and is similar to NARS package. The only negative thing I see about this blush is that it can be a bit powdery, but nothing a little tap of the brush and blending into the skin can't fix. It isn't extremely pigmented so there is no fear of over applying the color to the cheeks. This is a natural blush, that gives a pretty glow to the face.