Just like the foundation and the powder in the TrueMatch line, this is wonderful! Again, it's the perfect blush for my skintone and it is indeed very blendable, thus making it look pretty natural on me. I'm a W7 so I use the W7-W8 blush.I love the packaging too. It comes with a little angled blush brush and a little mirror. This is totally my go to blush, it's always in my purse and I would buy this again and again.
I really like this blush. It's true; the blush is very blendable. You won't have to worry about getting too much on the brush and looking like a clown. It's very easy to blend. I love the light pink color. It looks very natural on my cheeks, and adds just a little color so it doesn't look like I'm wearing blush really. I love how there's a littttttle bit of shimmer. It gives my face a pretty glow. It like it better than my MAC blush. I definetly reccomend this blush! Most definetly my favorite.
Yes, I think I would recommend this; for it is cheap, does blend easily, and is well pigmented. The packaging does it's purpose, though you really should throw away the dinky brush. The applicator has to be swept across the product to pick anything up, and the powder at the top is very 'dusty', so the act of sweeping the brush tends to set the loose particles into a flurry and careening over the compact and onto clothing.
But the sparkles ...
I've realized that sparkled pigments look garish on my skin, so if you aren't partial to them stay clear. If they do you well though, this blush will be a wonderful addition to your collection. I ended up giving this to a friend ... this was before MUA - how I wish I could have swapped it!
I own this blush in two shades - baby blossom (C1-2) abd tender rose (C3-4). In general, this is a GREAT blush. As the title says, it really is super-blendable. The color goes on light, so it's hard to screw it up by layering too much on unless you're really trying. It doesn't break out my skin and it stays put all day. I love the compact design and the brush works great. However, two caveats - 1) I bought the tender rose compact over two months after baby blossom, but it's already fallen apart and the bottom broke off; and 2) I went to Target in search of more baby blossom because it's such a great spring color. They had two in stock and were labeled baby blossom, but looked NOTHING like the baby blossom I already have. I don't know if they were old and faded or factory screw-ups, but I didn't take any chances. I went elsewhere.
This review is for True Match Blush in C 3-4 Tender Rose.
Packaging is a 3.5 (brush is joke, but love the mini mirror)
Color is very nice a true cool pink. Makes me look very healthy in that just from outside look. So far wears well on an olier skin. Application is smooth (over powder). I'm a golden olive skin tone.
Overall would reccomend!
I got this blush in sweet ginger (n 7-8) - i think this shade suits East Indian/Hispanic skin tones. The regular price is $$$ for a drug store brand and it is a little tricky to open initially. But it's a nice orangy brown shade and I would buy it again.
I have this in "innocent flush" and it's in a beautiful natural looking colour that's just the right amount of pink with a touch of peach. The texture is very smooth and the staying power is quite decent. I love the packaging, but the brush is quite useless -- not that it matters, since I always use a big blush brush anyway!
I have this in innocent flush (n3-4) even though I'm n123 in concealer. I use it allover my cheeks and put MAC blushcreme in laid back on the apples and it looks really cute and natural. This blush has good staying power and I like the whole number system, but they're too chalky. I don't like shimmery blushes, but I wish this had more of a satin finish. Its also a bit expensive for a d/s brand.
The best thing about this blush is their colors. I have all the 1-2 shades: Baby Blossom (pink; cool skin), Precious Peach (light peach; neutral skin), and Bare Honey (?) (tan-nish color; warm skin). They all look really cool in the package and match my skin as well, and pigmentation is decent. But I find the actual product to be chalky/powdery and too matte. As a result, I don't really use these in the summer when I'm going for a glowy look. Kind of expensive too. I won't buy anymore (despite their tempting colors).
Since I am getting older [almost 28 haha], I am trying to steer away from the "really shiny", or "glittery" blushes. They just tend to make my skin oily looking and magnify my pores, so I am trying my hand with more matte blushes. These are a surprising great find in the department store. They do look like they have shimmer in some of the blushes, but they're not at all upon application. They're pigmented but sheer, if that makes any sense. The color is buildable, so the colors are really great to work with. I have two of these so far, and I plan on getting more.