This blush doesn't show up to the party. I applied it and applied it, I think I had about 5 or 6 layers on before I could see a hint of color.
I don't wear MAC but I had been matched to NC35/NC37 about a year ago when I was contemplating trying that brand. That's just for reference.
The reason I picked up this particular color is because it looked to be the darkest and most pigmented of the lot and I was wrong.
Beautiful in the pan, nothing makes it to the face.
I like this blush, I actually own three of them, two of this shade and another pink shade. I like this particular shade since I was looking for a nice peachy and bronzey color. It takes a couple of times to show up the color, so I don't like that. Another thing that I don't like is the freaking glitter.. I haven't seen it, until the other day that I looked at my self in the sunlight and I was like: wtf! :S So I don't thing I will repurchase.
Honey is a great color for the blush-phobe. Very natural muted pink with a bit of brown. I don't mind if it takes a few swipes to get color to show up--I'd rather build it up so it looks natural. Wish people would have reviewed this color here instead of others. The little brush is ridiculous though--it's even smaller than the usual ones since they had to fit it into the small case. It would only be a good size for shadow.
Love this blush! I got it in Petal, but there wasnt a review for it, so im writing it on here. MUCH better than revlons powder blush! The color is kind of sheer but not, pretty much perfext. I only need one sweep and its perfect color pigmintation, unlike revlon powder blush where as i have to apply a few layers of it to get the desired color. LOVELOVE it. definitely recommend. The only thing i dislike about this is the brush is pointless. But i dont think anyone used the brushes that come with blushes. I use revlons blush brush which is perfect, & perfectly sized for this blush! continued >>
Love this blush! It's semi-sheer (but in a good way)and perfect for daytime or natural looks. It remind's me of a sheered out MAC Ambering Rose or NARS Love Joy. It's beautiful! It's a rosey terracotta shade with a light shimmer.
I like this blush a lot. I bought this as a temporary fix after not having my mac sheertone shimmer blush that came in the facekit and now I find I'm using it more than the mac blush. It may be too light come summer when I'm tanner but right now it's a great daytime color for work that goes on smooth and stays put most of the day.
I love this colour! A little goes a long way. I've had this since the beginning of the year and still have a lot left. Although the powder doesn't seem to be pressed as well as it should be, it's still an excellent blush.
I really like this blush, and I am also shocked that the reviews aren't better. This gives a really nice, natural flush to the cheeks. It is perfect for work (I work at a law firm, where I like to keep my makeup more on the conservative side). This blush also has very good staying power, and blends well. I will repurchase!
I'm really surprised about the not so good reviews on this. I bought it the other day, really only because Revlon was BOGOF at CVS and I need my Colorstay Active and nothing else so I figured I'll try a blush. I had kind of wanted this but was always turned off by their $13.99 price tag. Before I used it I checked on here and was alarmed by the bad reviews and almost returned it but decided to give it a shot anyway. I'm glad I did. I've been using their matte peach blush and I really like it but wanted to try some mineral blush. I can't understand why people say this isn't pigmented. It sure is on me and I'm not all that pale (I use CS in Sand Beige). As a matter of fact, I had to use a little powder to tone it down because after the reviews I read I piled it on my brush (I use E.L.F. Studio Line Complexion Brush). It doesn't last all day on me but then no blush does. It does last for several hours at least and gives me a nice healthy glow without a lot of shimmer. I'll buy it again on sale for sure. I usually switch to pinks in the winter and would like to try Petal.
You need to put so much on for even the slightest colour...
It cost me about $35 (I live in Australia) and it's soooo not worth it...
The pan has fallen out of the case already - and what is with the pathetic little brushes that are included - I really hope nobody actually uses them...
Anyway - that's all my blush bashing for the day :)