Loooooove this blush! Unlike a lot of powder blushes I've tried, it's not chunky at all, the powder is very fine so it's really easy to diffuse the blush into your skin. It gives me the most beautiful natural, subtle rosy cheeks. At first I thought the color was too dark/brownish for me, but it looks nice and pink on the skin, almost a cinnamon-y color. The brush is also actually better than it appears, but it applies the color in a very concentrated manner so be careful. Thanks Rimmel :)
This is really, really nice! I just took it off my sister, who wasn't using it, and it's a great match for me. It's a nice beige pink, really soft and flattering. I've also got a little square one without a brush and it's a nice size for my brush.
I've used Rimmel lip glosses, mascara, and blush and I'm really liking their products so far. The glosses in particular are really nice and not too sticky. This is my favourite blush at the moment. I have been trying to find a good shade for awhile. I have very fair skin with some light freckles and I tend to like pinkish hues. I was using L'Oreal Bare Naturale in Pinched Pink but found it to be far too pink and the packaging was inconvenient. Then I moved on to NARS in Deep Throat, but found that to be too peach and too pigmented for my fair skin. It also has lots of sparkles and given that I have oily skin, I like to stay away from being too sparkly. So, I've concluded that for an everyday natural shade of blush what works best for me is a pinkish nude shade with little to no sparkle. I've been meaning to try NARS Orgasm (that is supposedly a pink/peach or pink/coral), but I live in a really rural part of Canada that doesn't offer much in the way of makeup selection. So it's hard for me to get different brands without resorting to Ebay, which can be risky. I also wasn't sure if that would be too pinky and sparkly for me. Anyway, being a bit obsessive about makeup I read somewhere that this is a good dupe of Orgasm so picked it up at Shoppers Drug Mart and...I really like it. I wear it pretty much every day that I wear makeup. It has very little sparkle and is in just the right shade of nude/pink that I want. It goes on light so it's easy to get the right amount of colour that I want. It matches pretty well with my natural colour when I'm flushed except it might be a bit more beige. In any case I'm liking it and the price was good. Good value! I'd purchase this again.
My HG blush. A gorgeous, natural color on my very fair skin and has a gorgeous sheen. I wish it came in a larger size though because I use it up so quickly! It has very build-able color.
I love this brand of blush! Looks very natural on my fair skin with a light aplication not shimmery but has a pretty and natural sheen to it. It is a natural light flush pink color not coral looking like it looks at first glance. I never have found a blush I liked and gave up after a lot of frustration but I noticed in a photo one day that my face looked pale and plain so I decided to try again and I really like this one it doesn't have that fake look that I've gotten from products in the past. The packaging isn't impressive but the product is great and its only $4.97
I have this in the old version (without a brush in a small square packaging). It is a lovely blush. No shimmer, in the pan it looks like it could have a sheen but on me its pretty mush matte. The color is just perfect. Its a peachy, beigey pink and it looks so good. Not too much of any color.
It is pretty soft - easy to pick up with a soft fluffy brush and easy to blend.
Very nice). I got it on sale so it was a steal.
RIS. I'm so glad that I received this as an extra in a swap! I normally don't use a lot of drugstore blushes because I find the pigmentation to be lacking and the amount so small, but I LOVE this color on me! I'm NC15 for reference. I still don't like the amount of product provided, but the pigmentation is great, so I don't have to use a lot of it to get good color, and it NEVER looks OTT on me, even when I accidentally over-apply. It's a soft dusty pink, btw. I don't care for the packaging, but again, the color is so pretty that I'm willing to overlook it.
I love this blush--one of my staple, go-to blush. It's a nice (a little dull) rose/pink color, which is great on my NC30, with golden/yellow undertone. I used to use my Wet n Wild powder blush in Pearlescent Pink, but it was too shimmery/glittery that it made me look like a clown. This product has enough color/pigmentation without being too dramatic. One/two sweeps are enough to get the color on your cheeks and a 'natural flush'.
I like to combine this with my Rimmel blush in Amber.
Price-wise it is quite pricey at $4.99, but I got it on sale for $3.99 :)
I have to agree with everyone else about packaging/brush. Throw your brush out, and try not to drop your blush.
Great color blush. I have pale skin and am prone to red cheeks (slight rosacea) and blush sometimes makes me look like a clown! This blush looks very nice and natural. I love the small size but the lid broke a few days after I bought it.
Love this product. Santa Rose has been a Rimmel blush shade for years and I've been a fan of it for years. It looks great on a variety of skin tones. It has the faintest amount of shimmer and is quite buildable.
I really don't care for the style of packaging Rimmel uses for pressed powder colors. The lid is flimsy and the shape is awkward. However, it is better than the old packaging which was just a square pan in a plastic base and a square plastic lid. The lid didn't have a hinge and would always crack and not fit back on the pan correctly. Baby steps, I guess. Rimmel now include a brush which is of course worthless.