I love this blush! This was the first blush that I ever actually hit pan on! Also I recently discovered that this is a good dupe for mac's sunbasque (on me anyway). The only difference with this is that I find this just to be a little bit darker.
My favorite blush :)
Makes you look alive. Very natural, I love it!
(I'm on a university budget, so it's the best for me)
This is nicely pigmented blush - i saw the reviews here, and figured since it was on sale at shoppers, i'd pick it up.
slightly shimmery, gives a nice flush look to my asian skin - i threw away the brush it came with, and am using a fluffier blush brush. you have to be careful not to overdo it though
I keep trying others, but I end up throwing them away and coming back to this one. For years and years. I guess that says it all.
I have very fair skin with mild redness on my cheeks and chin. I find that this blush is a good color for blending on the outer part of my cheekbones, which are very prominent, and a little on the apples of my cheeks. It does not break me out as other blushes have. I like that this blush makes the transition from the drier skin near my temple to the slightly oily skin towards my nose without any lines or blotches. I find the brush fine but using a better brush gives even more blending control. Plus it is so inexpensive that I don't fear the cake getting broken when I carry it in my travel MU bag.
This is a very good blush on me. I'm a olive skinned asian and let me tell you, this blush makes me look like I just went for a run. It looks so natural and I love that! Its really hard shopping for my skin color since most of the makeup out there is for fair skinned girls, no offense. I will be using this blush for many years to come. My only gripe is the shiteous brush that comes with it. Use your own blush brush when applying this blush.
Meh... this is okay. I just bought it, and put it on for the first time. I was shocked when I put it on, I looked like a clown! I didn't think it would look so fakey-pink on me... But I'm going to try it again and update when I'm tan. It'll probably look better then. For now, though, I'm going to stick with my mauveish- pink blushes. (Coloring: pale, sallow, sort of olive skin, medium brown hair, brown eyes.)
Edit: So, I figured out that if I put a little bit of pressed powder on my brush first, and then put a tiny amount of the blush on the brush, and then put it on lightly, it looks great and more natural than pinky blushes do.
My all time favorite. The blush I keep going back to.......
I can't say enough, I have been using this blush for 5 years! The only blush I will EVER use! (Soft or Sophisticated Sable- same thing)... This color is beautiful, natural bronzy apricot color, my skin is tan, and it looks gorgeous. Compliments my features, is noticable, but very natural, and lasts long. Easy to blend! MY HG BLUSH... better than any other brand I've tried (nars, clinique, mac, etc) I constantly get compliments on my blush!... And how often do people actually compliment blush anyway? That just shows how awesome it is. I love love love it!
I got this when i saw Nicole from ANTM on ELLEgirl using it. It looked great on her, and I basically have the same skintone, so I got this. It's a peachy, bronze pinky brown shimmery shade and it was only $4, so I had to get it. It's easy to layer and it's also easy to look like a clown w/ this. lol. But all in all a great blush and I'll DEFINITELY repurchase if i run out. i can imagine this working good in the summer too. :)
EDIT; right now, in the winter, this just makes me look dirty if i dont put in on right....i'm sure in the summer it will look awesome tho
EDIT::::: OK, so, i got a skunk brush and this is perfection w/ that. back up to 5