Review of Revlon Cream Blush in Rosy Glow by Christinaann5
I really love this blush This is a great everyday gorgeous blush esp those with fair or light skin tones. This has been compared or said to be a dupe for Mac's Ladyblush cream blush! This is def very pretty nonetheless. I dont own mac so i cant say.
This cream shadow can be found wherever your Revlon Cosmetics are sold. Revlon is readily found in most drugstores like Walgreens, CVS, & Rite Aid & Walmart & Target stores. The price will vary depending on your location as well as where you purchase & also discounts/sales. I had got lucky to get mine on clearance for $5 which was def worth it but they are normally around $9-10 which
These cream blushes from Revlon are a more thicker cream to almost a powder finish. These arent so creamy that they blend away. They are actually thicker cream. They go on well & blend well. They would be great on most skin types even oily skin since the finish isnt really cream. Id suggest setting with powder or powder blush to help the oils not to break it down. But with my dry skin i was worried this would pick up on dry spots but i make sure to moisturize well before hand. i love the way this looks on its own & i dust a light layer of powder & this blush stay for at least 6-7 hrs without fading or disappearing. This has a more natural maybe even close to matte finish. I know most cream blushes have a shimmer & dewy finish but not with this!!! This is a matte cream blush which is hard to find. I love Rosy Glow- its a great matte rosy pink shade. Its so pretty on anyones skin tone. i have cool skin but ive seen it also on warm & neutral skin tones & it looks lovely on those too! Its a universally flattering rose shade. so if you like Mac Ladyblush, which is highly raved known cream blush, pick up this shade instead esp if you can find it on sale! Its very very pretty & provides the nicest rosy flush to my cheeks. Can be worn with no makeup looks, neutral or even smoky eyes. It can be applied sheer or built up for a bit more intensity depending on your preference. I find this works best with applying to cheeks with fingers then using a dense brush to blend out any harsh lines but even my fingers alone can blend this to be natural! If you have more oily skin, def use thin layers since the more you put on, the more likely it may start fading since it will be too thick. I love this formula! & shade, makes me want all the others- esp theres this gorgeous Berry shade which is super bright dark raspberry shade- looks gorg! Rosy Glow- what you see in the pan is what shows up on the cheeks, very simply understated but pretty blush!
The Revlon Cream Blushes come in a black compact with a see thru plastic snap shut lid. The shade name is located in smaller writing on the front & Revlon logo and then further logo/name/info is on back sticker. The blush itself is in a circular pan almost the size of the compact itself which is a decent amount of cream blush. It doesnt run the whole way thru compact but still its a fair amount.
No wasteful applicator included, thank heaven. Simple but convenient & practical packaging that keeps the blush safe & from any drying issues! I wish you would get a bit more blush considering the price but its ok. i got it for a good deal & def think its worth $5
Overall- Revlon tends to be run a bit pricey compared to most drugstore brands but these cream blushes are pretty great. so if you love cream blushes like i do i def feel that Rosy Glow is def a go to no fuss blush that will look great on everyone anytime! I love it! i def suggests finding a sale to try these to see if you really love em like i do. What i love to is Revlon doesnt tell on animals!