I have to say: I am very disappointed! I do agree with someone below that the quality of ELF blushers VARIES.
The candid coral that I got has no pigmentation whatsoever and it's not like that you have to put on pounds of the product without the color showing up, rather, the powder blush itself is pigmented but pressed so hard that you can barely pick up any with a brush, either do puffs or fingers. I've experienced this same problem with MAC blush - frankly scarlet.
I have two other studio blushers: pink passion and berry merry, both work well. Pink passion seems to be perfectly pressed - not too tight like candid coral and not too loose that each swirl leaves crumbles. Berry merry is more towards the loose end, and as a result, the pan is always dusty.
I'm guessing I got a dud because I ordered this online and was truly disappointed to find the blush had no pigmentation at all.
Such a disappointment. I don't know if I'll bother repurchasing it. If I'm going to spend twice the amount, I might as well try another brand that is more consistent with its quality.
The color looks amazing in the package and on my cheeks. It is very subtle and looks natural on my skin. It is a little bit chalky, but it applies well and is easy to work with. I hates this blush at first, but it looks nice on my cheeks when using Wet and Wild (Ticket to Brazil) as a bronzer/contour. Try it!
I hated this blush. For only a dollar, I've never felt more cheated out of money. Will never buy E.L.F. blushes again.
The color doesnt blend well, not very pigmented...just all bad. ugh
This had no color payoff for me. Can't get it to show up on me at all, or even when i try to swatch it on my hand, nothing. Do not recommend. I do have the gotta glow, which does have more payoff. Not great, but better than the coral.
I have been using orgasm from Nars for months now and I finally hit pan a few weeks ago. I had this ELF blush lying around that I bought months ago and forgot about. It isn't anything crazy good or special, but I do really like it. Especially for the price.
It is pretty sheer, but that is okay because you dont want to look like a clown and you could build on it if necessary. I have a true coral blush from sephora brand, and I'd say this ELF blush is more pink than coral. I just bought another one. It's a good travel or purse makeup bag blush to have.
First off let me say that the quality of these blushes vary. I bought one of these candid coral blushes and it didn't show up on my skin AT ALL. Even after swiping my brush a couple times, I got virtually no pigmentation. Instead of giving up, I purchased another one and it is significantly better. I get decent pigmentation with this one and it gives me dewy and glowy cheeks. If this blush didn't show up on you, I suggest that you go buy another one because the quality does vary with these blushes. For $3, I honestly think this is amazing quality and I will repurchase in the future.
Doesn't show up on my medium toned skin, even when applied heavily.
Too sheer even with heavy application on NC-45 skin I couldn't see it.
This blush i thought was going to be amazing.. of course it wasn't.. for the quality u get, i actually consider it pricy.
1) The product is VERY powdery and has a LOT of fall-out.
2) The colour is VERY light, and turns me grey, even though im not that tan.
3) The powder looks SO unatural on me, that i look like i just applied white powder on my cheeks,.
1) when i put my finger on it and REALLY massage it around in the pan, the colour DOES look quite nice and glowy. but sadly NOT on my face...
NEVER buy this again.