Revlon creme blushes are my holy grail blushes, and Berry Flirtacious is my #1 blush color. I saw myself in a photo and it was a pretty flattering shade (IMO). I'm warm, tan, MMM, brown hair and brown eyes. Easy to apply, lasts, great color.
I've worn Revlon cream blushes for years and have always found them to be very easy to apply. They also last all day on me (normal skin). This color is a pretty, medium raspberry pink. It is not quite the same color as my natural blush---it's a bit too pink with not enough red--but I like it b/c it is so pretty, and it is close enough so that it doesn't look bright or unnatural. It's nice in the summer with a bit of bronzer. I recommend this product. It's not as bright on as it is in the pan, it's easy to blend, and lasts forever. At 9.99 it's a deal, considering you get much more product than you do with Nars or Stila. I should also add that I prefer the consistency of the Revlon blush to Stila. I've not tried Nars cream blushes, yet, only have the powder, but since I'm so happy with Revlon's cream blush I may never spend the $24 on Nars!
WOW, the person below was quite upset by this blush. IMO, I think it is great. I use it almost every day. It applies easily over my mineral foundations without streaking, and lasts all day (minimum 12 hours.) It may be more expensive than some other creme blushes, but I have been using the same one for more than 6 months, daily. A little goes a long way , and it mimics my natural flush.
i hate this product. the color does nothing for me, the packaging is bulky and the morror is horrible its expensive and i hate the texture. do NOT buy.
I've been blush phobic until Revlon's cream blushes. I took a chance on this dark looking blush because I've loved Revlon's cream blushes in 'first blush' and 'rosy glow.' I'm happy I took the plunge to berry.
I'm PPP/FFF and while 'first blush' mimics my natural, red blushing color, this creates a gorgeous, deep pink-to-raspberry tone on my cheeks. It enhances my whole face, it is surprisingly subtle thou stronger than 'first blush,' a true, cool medium toned red. It will look scary as you apply it but it quiets down in that cream-to-powder style that the other Revlon cream blushes also exhibit.
Unlike powder blushes, this isn't streaky, so while its a strong color in the container, you won't look like you're wearing clown makeup.
Would rec for any cool toned medium complected person looking for a nice berry blush and also for *most* cool complected fair people. I find applying this shade with my SK foundation brush is the best way to do it.
These blushes run about $10 US but they do truly last forever.
I like the compact. All 3 Cream Blush compacts have been very sturdy for travel and I like the mirror, though as others here have said-- that pop-out mirror probably ups the price. continued >>
After trying more expensive cream blush products like Stila Convertable Color and Beca Beach Tint, I decided to try something in a lower price range and I'm glad I did. This blush goes on with a powder-like feel and I like the color for my skin tone. For the price I think it is a great purchase!
This is a great shade of berry blush and the cream formula is easy to blend. I use a foundation brush to apply it and it gives me a natural flush. May not look as natural on pale skintones, but a great color for tan girls!
This is a gorgeous, sheer berry color. It looks very pretty on my PPP skin, and on lips as well. It looks sweet and natural. You have to blend it fairly well, but that really isn't anything to complain about. It doesn't last all day, but again, nothing terrible to complain about. I love it!
I have asian medium, tanned skin (MAC NC40). Normal to dry skin. Very warm undertones. Prefers cream blush. Looking for blush that stands out on dark skin.
The color looks great, but for lighter skin I think. It seems too blue for me.
Very fine, soft, powdery feel. It turns from cream to powder. I think this formulation makes the color show up better on my skin. Cream tends to fade too quickly in the summer. Used it with my MAC angled blush brush, but couldn't seem to get that usual airbrushed look. Using minimal amount helped though.
$10 at CVS. Expensive for drugstore. I would rather stick to my MAC cream blushes for that price.
The mirror is very handy, but I like bigger mirrors for blush application. It was a nice surprise and probably added to the price.
Not the right color for dark, warm skin like mine. Would look great on pale skin. It felt very nice though and the price would have been forgivable had it worked on my skin. Will not purchase again.
I thought this would be a great blush but it ended up being less than impressive. The color is a nice, pretty, flushed color. It dries very quickly, which makes it difficult to get even color and it begins to spot after a few hours. When applied to my cheeks it made me look a little shiny. The compact is the best thing about this product, I loved the pop out mirror on the bottom! So I'll give it two lippies for color and the nice compact, will not repurchase.