This is the only shade in this product I own, but I really like it. I want to list the pros and cons, that way people can make an informed decision.
~Easy to apply, but use your fingers. I'm not even sure if a Beauty Blender would apply this as well as the fingertips.
~Readily accessible at nearly all drugstores, Ulta, and Wal-Mart.
~A little goes a long way.
~It doesn't have any offensive odor to it.
~The texture goes on very smoothly, blends well, and then dries to a soft powder finish.
~Mine lasts several hours. Many people have reported this fading after only a couple of hours, but it lasts at least six on my face.
~This color is fairly sheer, but is easily built up to desired intensity.
~Because it has a putty texture it picks up every speck of dust and fuzz from your fingers.
~The packaging gives no clue as to what this product is. "Dream Bouncy" would have never tipped me off that this would be like a putty blush with a sproingy feel. There is no description or any application tips on the label.
All in all I like this product. I would buy it again and I would recommend it to others.
I love the color, I like that it gives a dewy look. I wish it lasted a little longer but it give me the look and color that I like.
I love the colour orchid hush, as for this one, too much! It's too bright with even the littlest amount. Go out and buy Orchid Hush!
I have a few of the bouncy blushes and I do like them a lot. This one, however, is not my favorite. For some reason, this color only seems to accentuate my pores. I have tried a few different primers underneath it and I think it has a little bit of a shimmer which is why I don't like it. It doesn't look shimmery in the packaging, but something is just a little off when I apply it. Shame, because I love these blushes! I will continue to try to love this blush and try a few different application techniques with it, but I am not in love. :(
This is a really beautiful colour, I love the texture of this and how it feels on the skin. The packaging broke after one fall off my vanity, I still use it but it is more of a pain to use and store. I think they need to work on the quality on the packaging, but besides that it is really cute. It is my go-to blush for spring and summer.
I love the fresh, matte, naturally flushed look this gives my skin, and the texture is fun to play with. It exhausted me and I was ready to write it off until I read another reviewer suggest you use a stippling brush instead of your fingers, and that completely changed this blush for me. I'm not sure if I would repurchase, since I think there are better creme blushes out there, but I will continue to use the one I already purchased.
Where is the pigment in this product? I can't get it to show up, I tried a 188 and a 168 brush and still couldn't get it to transfer from the pot to my cheek. Useless.
Again, recommended by beauty blogger, Emily Eddington of Beauty Broadcast on YouTube. Packaging is nice and compact, price was average here in Canada ($8?). I like the color. On my fair-med skin it is a nice wash of color, definitely a "fresh" pink, easily buildable. I really like the texture of this blush, actually. I feel like it transfers and blends on the skin like a powder, and it's not exactly a cream either. It's really cool! And you don't have to worry about this shattering if you drop it on the floor in your bathroom (hate when that happens!)
I don't find there to be anything AMAZING about this blush. I bought it on recommendation of Macup101. The blush does give you a natural glow. It is an expensive blush, but I only bought it because it was at winners discounted nearly $3!! I would not repurchase because I am sure I will be able for find something better than this along the line.
See my review for the Dream Bouncy Blush (all colors) for my general view on these. I want to specifically describe the color for this particular review. Fresh Pink is exactly that - a fresh pink. Not too deep, but not too sheer, not too bright and not bland. Definitely freshens you up and brings life too the face.