Not sure what everyone else is talking about, but it did nothing for me. Nice color, cute and sleek black compact including mirror but it appeared ashy and powdery on my skin with much fallout when I did apply my blush brush to it. I had to use another blush to tone it down a bit, and only then was it passable. Of course for $3 bucks I can't complain much; I enjoy products from ELF, but just not this one.
i love the golden sheen of this blush as well as the coral-ly color. there is a bit of fall out with it, but otherwise, i love wearing it on my cheekbones for some highlight. i feel like this could also be a dupe for thebalm's hot mama blush
This has become a staple in my stash. At first it was a product I used every once in a while, in the winter, when I was at my most pale (I live in FL, though, so my summer flush is 8 mos out of the year). But used as a cross between a layering blush/highlighter, it is most perfect. It accentuates bronzer beautifully. It also warms up a cool pink blush. My fave combo is matte bronzer, a cool barbie pink blush on the apples, and PK swept over the whole cheek. The golden shimmer and the light peachy tone add such a gorgeous, healthy glow. This blush is one of those that "lifts" your face with a perfect balance of sheer color and sheen.
elf studio blush in peachy keen is decent its not horrible but not the best either, i love the packaging it has a lot of fall out though so you have to becareful or you will get it everywhere & it is a bit chalky which was disappointing but hey 3.00 ? can't expect chanel lol i haven't had the chance to even try that high end
I'd say this is about 60% blush and 40% shimmer highlighter. It's still one of my favourite go - to blushes when I'm in a rush though. I'm a sucker for the peachy pink tone!
Too much sparkle, not enough pigment. Too powdery to be a highlighter. Doesn't really show up on my skin (I wear C4 MAC Face & Body foundation). Not worth it!
I have to say that, as a blush, this doesn't work so great. It's not very pigmented and doesn't give that blushed effect on its own. It's a very pale, dull peach with a heavy golden shift. However, when I apply this over bronzer, it intensifies the bronze effect and also makes me look glowy. I get compliments that I look tan when I wear this. It's unlike any other product I have tried and I'd definitely repurchase for summer :)
This is a gorgeous colour but damn its really just not pigmented enough and I've hit pan after two weeks just by the sheer volume I've had to use to make it show up! I'm a skin tone maybe a couple of steps up from ivory so might just be that it's not a match for me. Such a shame *cry*
I really like this color. I have fair skin, so it gives me a light flush of color without overpowering it. I like that it is a light nude peachy color and blends very well. But it has a lot of shimmer, so don't overdo it. The packaging is great and durable, but these blushes do not come with their own brush, so be sure to have something to apply it with. It also comes with a small mirror and a tiny window in the packaging so you can see the color in the pan. The blush isn't cakey or chalky either. It's really soft and brushes pick it up really well. Peachy Keen and Tickled Pink are my favorites from this series.
These blushes are great. I have several colors. Peachy Keen is a very light peach with some sheen. It has sparkle, but not heavy sparkle - it tends to look more like a sheen on your face.
For the price, I think these blushes are of excellent quality. If you compare NARS blushes, you'll notice comparable colors, but these are so much less expensive.
I would have definately have purchased these again and these are often my "go to" blushes.