Really like this product-best blush i've ever used
I have this in the colour coral reef which looks very bright orange but applies nicely just to give the face a nice flush of colour.
On the pricier side of drugstore products as revlon always is but its worth the money as ive had this for a while now and it still looks brand new, lots of product in the pot
gives my skin a nice dewy, natural but still nicely coloured finish
There are so many mixed reviews about this product. I'll just say, it's not what you expect. I have this in Coral Reef (it's the orange looking one) and I'm an NC30 and it complements my yellowish skin well. The blush looks crazy bright but it applies very natural. Also, I didn't have to put on much to get color on my cheeks. My only negative is I thought the blush would be more moisturizing, but it's probably just as drying as a powder. I have very dry skin, so I'll have to wear this with moisturizer. Really love this product.
I like the consistency and wearability but I will probably get a different color next time. The shade I got was Pinched and you really have to build it up for color payoff.
I bought this blush in Coral Reef, after eyeing it forever. It wasn't what I was hoping for or expecting. I wanted this to be a bold neon coral blush. But it isn't... It's actually a very soft peachy coral, which is honestly much more practical. I apply it using a fluffy blush brush spritzed with Mac Fix+ and then I buff it onto the apples of my cheeks. The color is very wearable and flattering for pale ladies (I'm NC20), but I think it would work on almost any skin tone. My skin is dry, so I always prefer non-matte blushes, but this one doesn't have any sparkle or sheen to it, so I think it would work on combination and oily skin too. Don't let the bright color in the pan fool you-- this is a surprisingly wearable and versatile blush. I highly recommend it.
I was looking for a good cream blush because powder blush looks so cakey so I went to the Revlon section and when I saw this I got it because it was photoready meaning it would last all day and it would not look white in photos . I got it and put in on for work and it looked so natural !! I soaked in so much compliments !! The day of pictures I was excited and I put it on and when I got the pictures I looked flawless !! I recommend this product !!! I also recommend Revlon's photoready collection !!
I'm a beginner when it comes to cream blushes-this is my first cream blush. But I've heard so many raves about cream blushes in general. Overall this particular product wasn't especially life-changing nor I am a convert to cream blushes. I like how natural it looks-perfect for a 'no-makeup' makeup look (if that even makes any sense, lol). Also, it lasts a long time especially if layered over with a powder blush. Like most people have commented, you need to use a lot of product for it to really show up. My skin is pretty breakout-prone when it comes to new products but I didn't experience any breakouts with this.
This is a good cream blush for a beginner or someone who doesn't like bright blushes, like me. I have Pinched and I do have to apply a lot to get it to shop up. But that is not a problem for me since I dont like obvious blushes. I am medium, warm toned for reference. I really like the packaging and it is really easy to apply, but the payoff is not the best. it leaves a sheen on my cheeks that looks more like highlighter. I do like that it is cream and since I have dry skin it is my favorite way to wear blush in the winter.
I love very other product I've tried in the Revlon Photoready line, so I thought that the cream blushes would be just as good and bought two [Pinched and Flushed] at the same time. A buy that I'm beginning to regret. I'm reluctant to say that this a bad product, as the formula is top-notch in how well it applies; it so extremely easy to blend into skin, perhaps too good...
Pinched is a peachy shade, that looks lovely in the pot but barely shows up on my fair skin. I have the skintone of Casper, so I was really surprised that the shade barely shows up. I've tried layering the colour, but as the product blends so well on skin, layering it makes no difference; the formula seems to just melt away into my skin.
The way the formula blends so well and melts explains my problem with Flushed. Flushed is a bright pink, that looks scary in the pot, but applies as a sheer and wearable brightening pink. I fell in love with this colour as soon as I applied it, so I was upset by the lasting power; the blush can barely last five/six hours on skin - and my skin is very dry. I've tried setting the blush with powder, but the doesn't make any difference.
I've rated the blushes 3 stars as I do still wear them - only on days I'll just be out for a few hours, as they aren't suitable for 'all day' looks. Such a shame the colour pay off is so iffy, as they give my cheeks a nice luminous glow.
This is a review for the creme blush Flushed. I love this. During the winter my skin is so dry I have to use creme blushes to give some glow to my skin and this is wonderful. I use the real technique stippling brush right over my foundation, no powder, and it stays on all day. Don't know about the other colors, but this one is great.
I have the colour Coral Reef. It's over $AU25!! =O
Aussie retailers, come on!! I bought it off eBay for less than $15!!
I love how easy it is to apply. So creamy, and I almost always use too much at first, but it's so easy to blend out. It gives the perfect flush. Unfortunately, not long-lasting at all.