I adore this. It's a very versatile shade as it's not too pink, not too rosy, not too plummy, and not too peachy. It's just a gorgeous blush shade. The scent is gorgeous too. Not too sure it boosts my mood, but maybe, because when I'm applying I love to smell it and look forward to applying it for that reason.
i just purchased this since seeing the bronzer version on dulcecandy87's youtube channel. omg i just want to say im in love with the packaging as well as the adorable different colored heart imprints. the color is so pretty i just my elf stipple brush to apply it to my cheeks. i find the stipple brug helps keep the heart shapes intack longer. all in all i loooooove this blush im def going back to get the rose blush asap to add to my collection. <3 continued >>
A nice 'everyday' blush that compliments any e/s & lip combo. It has a bit of a pink flush and a slight shimmer that's not overbearing.
It does run on the expensive side for a DS product, but if you use a coupon and get it on sale it's a good deal.
Packaging sucks though...my DH opened it once and the enclosure/release mechanism completely broke off. Compact is still usable, just not great quality for the price you pay.
The compact also comes with a mirror and brush if you lift the pan. haven't used either one personally though. continued >>
I bought this for a grand total of $.89. Yep--> $2 CVS extra bucks + 40% off + $5 off coupon = One happy me.
The color is a sweet pink, almost like a blush and highlighter in one. I wouldn't have paid full price for this one, since Rose is so close, but for $.89 it's a great product. continued >>
Love this ! Smells good and great blush. It is a great shade, almost too dark for my pale skin, but I use it with a light hand. As long as you dont overdo it, it works great. I think I would like it better with a different brush , but for on the go it works okay. I love the Happy Booster line and this item does not disappoint. I am not a big blush person, but I like this one a lot.
Price is great, Got a $5 off coupon and a sale price, so it was less than $2 . That is the best part. For the price you can't beat these products.
i love this! i have to admit the packaging got me to buy this...it looks kind of cheesy but yet still bright and eye catching. its this metallic plastic pink with hearts.
the bottom compartment opens to a mirror and a striped pink/red brush. the mirror's great, even though it makes the packaging a little chunky. the brush is so cute, but i don't use it to apply it. i just use an everyday blush brush. i think it would come in handy on the go, though.
i am so glad i got the natural. i was debating between rose and natural. i thought it wouldn't be that pigmented, so i took my brush and swirled it a bunch of times...big mistake. it was so pigmented on my pale asian skin. but if i lightly dab it in the blush, and swirl it onto my skin gently, it looks fantastic and glowy. its a nice effect to the face. it's a perfect color if you don't overdo it.
I like this blush.. I ended up only paying two dollars for it!! I kept going back to my local CVS to get it and it was sold out for months . Well I went in one day and they were having a sale for seven dollars off all Physians Formulas blushes and then there was a coupon peelie for four dollars off. So I got it for two buckaroos! I dont think you can really beat that wonderful price!! So in the end I am happy it was sold out for so long, because I ended up getting such a great deal. This blush is nicely pigmented and looks perfect on my fair/medium skin = )
I really like this blush! Normally, I use a MAC powder blush, but this is the next best thing. While the powder in the compact was maybe compressed a little too much, I found that by swirling my blush brush around a little more than usual did the trick and got enough powder on my brush. I love the color on my cheeks and I like to think that it actually does boost my mood! I hope that PF keeps up this line of blushes because they're so cute and look so good on me.
I saw many reviews raving about this product so I thought I would check it out for myself. The packaging is really cute and it smells amazing. However, the brush that comes with it sucks, and the product itself is only so-so. It is not creamy or pigmented enough. I still like it though because it's a cute product.
I was very taken aback by this product, since I always thought that although Physician's Formula made high quality items, they just don't cater to my light Asian complexion. When I think of PF, it reminds me of my first college roommate who used PF products in shades of green, salmon pink, and lavender. My last PF purchase was more than 5 years ago, and the high DS price discouraged me from succumbing to an impulse buy.
The Happy Booster blush in Natural is such a cute and lovely blush. It has multi-colored puffy hearts imprinted into the blush. A bit bulky, the shiny metallic fuchsia packaging somehow manages to be cute rather than garish.
I apply the blush with a mid-sized Ecotools Skunk brush from the Alicia Sliverstone collection. I dab the skunk brush into the compact, rotate, and repeat the process 3 or 4 times. Then I tap, and apply the blush above the apples of my cheeks, brow bones, nose, chin and jawline. I find that this is the best way to preserve the original presentation of the puffy hearts with minimal fall-out.
The Natural shade produces a light, extremely natural flush, on my pale Asian NC20 complexion. Surprisingly, this product does work for me, since I initially doubted that it have enough pigmentation to show up on my skin (Unlike the Rose shade, which I loved on sight). The little brush that comes with the compact isn't the greatest, but I appreciate PF for their effort to include a matching flat brush. I will try to find another use for the flat brush instead of tossing it out.
I love the light violet fragrance of this blush. (The smell dissipates quickly.) I'm pretty sensitive to smells, but this is a light and pretty scent that really rounds out the entire product. I find myself reaching for this compact for a quick sniff throughout the day, and it always brings a smile to my face.
Conclusion: (3.8) I would re-purchase if this blush wasn't a LE item. Usually cost about $12 but purchased for about $2 on sale with a coupon.
I also have the Happy Blush in Rose and the Stila Make Me Blush release around the same time, for Valentine's day 2011.
Comparative Performance on NC20 skin:
Happy Booster blush in Rose - matte blend of roses and plums, produces a soft and natural rosy flush.
Happy Booster blush in Natural - matte blend of beiges and light pinks, a light and natural flush on my skin.
Stila Make Me Blush - blend of peaches and corals, creates a warm and natural flush. Warmer than the Happy Booster blush in Rose.