Make Up For Ever • HD Blush (all) • Blush
|Would buy this product again.||76%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought this brush when I was in France and I can't remember which shade I bought but I know it was bright pink. I've heard lots of good things about cream blushes so I decided to go and try out MUFE's new HD Blush cause it had just come out then.
They have a great variety of colours which is great however when it comes to applying it I find it a little awkward to blend and rubbing too hard my foundation comes off.
Another thing that I have noticed it that when I don't use it for a while it tends to try out so the first pump is always rancid/dry blush that comes out which is a massive waste considering it's quite expensive.
I wouldn't buy this again simply because it doesn't last long and is it expensive. If you want to buy an expensive blush go for the NARS blushes.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Dark, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly Eyes: Brown
I bought this in #2, caught in the act. It's my first blush.
A little goes a long way
Easy to blend
With patience and being careful, you can use it for a subtle flush or more
The price.. urgh.
The pump can produce a bit of dried out product, occasionally
So while I was in VA for Vacation, I was browsing sephora.com, and I stumbled across this. I was skeptical about buying it due to the price, and the hue. I went through the questions and a few people said that #2 worked for dark skin, so I bought it.
My one and only blush, 'nuff said. I just wish it was cheaper (it costs around 26 - 29 u.s. dollars).
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Love this blush!
Packaging is sanitary with pump...a little waste of product at the end
Easy to apply
Looks SUPER natural
Lasts all day
Love the color selection
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I hate the pump. I am so pissed with the packaging. Ok to start with...I have quite a few blush products at home and havent gave enough love for this product. This product is good. Just that I am not used to cream blush. I bought this bcos I wanted a raspberry shade blush (#2) and such colors are not easy to find. So far I only know of 3 brands having such shades. They are mufe, becca and RBR.
Ok product wise this blush is a little too pigmented to work with. I just have to be honest. U decide for yourself if the pigmentation is ok. U need to blend well and not everybody will agree with this. I think it works fine on me. I hate the nozzel for the product. minus 1 lippie for this. Minus 1 lippie for the product being too pigmented. I find the product dries up in the nozzel if u dun use it often and for an occasional user like me, the first pump of the day dries off and I often have to use the 2nd pump. well that is a waste of product. Not sure if anybody thinks the same like me. omg
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
my first choice to buy was actually cremblend by mac but since it was limited edition, i was too late, so i went for my 2nd option which was this. i asked the girl which color would be the best for me and i asked pink but not tooooooo pinkish that it looks fake. so she gave me #5 which is supposed to be called warm pink (on the website) i think. from the bottle it looks really light and ive got a somewhat tanned skin so i thought it wont work, but when i put it on it looks beautiful n natural :)
so more on the good side is that the since i put a studio fix powder foundation over it, the color that was too pink is neutralized more. so if the pink looks too fake, i can just put more power :P and so far no breakouts, acnes or any whiteheads which im very happy about.
although the thing that just cant get me fall in love completely is the packaging.... you only need a pinch and your cheeks will have a glowy flush but the pump gives out MORE than you need, so i need to be very careful when pumping it out. for something that you dont need to take out from the bottle, the price is actually VERY worth it, its just the pump...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Medium Brown, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Black
Looks very natural on the skin. However, i found this would fade reallyyyy quickly and i would have to touch up a lot during the day. never try to transfer this to anything else, the product will dry up.
you have to blend really quickly because it dries quickly. i stopped using this though because i am now feeling something that will make my cheeks more glowy looking. lasts a long time though if you are worried about price.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
senior pro review from a UK MUA veteran. I really like this product, so much so that I picked up 3 more last week. I've read complaints about the pump dispensing too much. Just hold your hand or finger over the hole, pump very gently with opposite hand,to prevent too much dispensing, . It is totally buildable, blends effortlessly, it looks so natural I LOVE the finish,it works on HD, which was it's original purpose. It may seem expensive without pro discount, but only a tiny amount is needed, any more will just be wasted. This is one of my favourite blushes and has become a staple in my kit> I adore most MUFE products once again I will say another hit for MUFE, QUALITY PRODUCT
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I tried #2, "Caught in the Act," a raspberry shade. On my NC30/C4 light tan Asian skin, it is soft pink flush; the precise shade of my actual natural blush when I work out. It is the best cream blush formula I have tried, from Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge to Stila Convertible Cream to Benetint to MAC Cremeblush etc. I pump the teeniest amount on the back of my hand, swirl a small flat foundation brush thru it, and brush lightly lightly lightly on my cheeks, repeating the whole process until I have the shade I want, about 3 teeny pumps total. TEENY, like pinhead-size, as other reviewers mention. It stays ALL DAY. At least 8 hours. Feels like I am wearing nothing and has a natural finish: smooth and soft with no sheen, no powderiness, no tackiness and doesn't attach to any dry skin on my combo complexion. I am buying in more shades! A+!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought the #12 blush about a month ago. I think the worst aspect of this product is the learning curve on using the pump- you basically have to tap the outer edge of the pump and slowly press down. However, once you figure that out, you have a great amount of control over the product.
The color is a very beautiful orange/apricot. It looks crazy at first, kind of like MAC's Vegas Bolt, but ends up as a very natural color. I really feel as if this color just brightens up my face and makes me look very awake and healthy (I'm approx. a NC30).
I have oily skin and tricky pores, but this product does not settle into them or fade quickly. I apply this product using my fingertips. However, I have found that you don't want to overblend when using this method, since most of it will just end up on your fingers. Like others have said, you only need a little amount of this and the formula truly blends to a natural, "HD" finish.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I'm in love with this! I wanted the perfect orangey/coral blush and I know it's selfish when I have a bloody hoarde of coral blushes in the drawer bit it's as if each one is off by a little bit I like them but it's not orange enough or it's too orange nearing red. I read about first kiss number 12 from a blog but I was skeptical cause of the liquid/ gel based I wanted a powder but the color looked phenomenal on the blog so I decided to keep it on the list of maybes. Ventured into sephora and after testing and testing some more I'd cone back to thus one. Makeup forever had some lovely shades but number 12 just made my face come alive gave it that orange/coral perfect glow and it wasn't garish or tawdry at all but that could be I applied with a light hand (very light) and I'm olive skinned but whatever the reason I love the product. It sinks into the skin, lasts all day, and looks great! Oh one last thing the pump does suck somewhat but the sephora mua showed me how to use it properly so now it's not a big hassle. Pricey but enough product to last a long time!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Amazing product. The only cream product that actually stays on my oily skin! I don't need to set it with another blush or anything. You need the tiniest amount because it is insanely pigmented and can only be applied using a stippling brush. Also, because it's so pigmented, it's quite affordable.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Dark, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Kinky, Fine Eyes: Brown
I got this blush as a 100pt Sample and I swatched the other colors and I must say I think this product is terrible for dry or brown skin. There is nothing "HD" about it. It's very obvious. It sits on the skin and drags when you apply it. It made the texture of the skin on my cheeks look 5x worse than it actually is. Also despite the incredibly pigmented colors it still looks chalky when blended on my darker skin. I tried applying it multiple ways and there was no way it looked good.
If you have combo/oily skin and are light/med skin tone these might work for you, but for me this product doesn't live up to MUFE standards. The packaging also needs to dispense less product.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Can't remember the reason I bought this product. I've probably used this three times since I bought it at the end of last summer. It's very hard to manipulate and once it's on its on, which isn't bad. It reminds me of stage make-up. Too much for men at my age.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
These blushes are amazing. I decided to try since I am so sick of powder blushes sitting in my pores and fading away when my skin gets oily, I have tried cheek tints, don't like them, they don't last on my skin. I have tried other cream blushes, didn't like most of them because they have no staying power, MUFE HD blush is by far the best cream blush I have used. The color stays put all day, and is very buildable depending on the amount of color you want. I use half a pump for each cheek. I like to use my fingers. I find using a brush wastes too much product.
I have fair skin and I purchased 2 shades. Nip slip is just a basic neutral pink. Suits my skin tone well. Quickie is also pink, but a has a bit more of a coral tone on the skin. Both are similar on my face. I use quickie for a more natural look, and nip slip when I really want that "blushed" look.
The best thing about this blush is it does NOT sit in your pores!!! It blends so well into the skin, and looks natural, or colorful, depending on how much you apply. It is very versatile. This will last on your cheeks all day long, even without a setting powder.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I love this blush. Very easy to use and a little goes a long way. The staying power is fantastic and the colours are nice. I have No 3, 5, 9, 12 and I love them all.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I received Truth or Dare as a sample from Sephora. I'm far from a newbie at makeup, but this has by far been the worst blush to work with. I used a brush (Sigma SS168) and the color looked streaky, no matter how much I tried to blend. I used my fingers, but it's so hard to put on an even amount without putting on too much. The product itself feels so heavy on, and its difficult to set. Plus, its pump applicator pumps out way too much each time. There's absolutely no winning with this blush.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have this in #5. This the the longest lasting non-powder blush and lasted all day on me. I loved liquid blushes because they look more natural than powder giving a dewy finish.
This is an extremely pigmented gel like blush. Comes in a pump that dispenses enough for 10 people with one full pump. Good thing is, if pressed lightly, you can reduce the amount dispensed.
#5 is a natural pink, great for everyday wear. Its very pigmented and alittle tricky to blend. I do have to go over it with a kabuki brush to even out the application.
Overall a great blush that lasts but on the pricey side.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Tan, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
This blush has the best staying power of any other blush! It lasts all day well into the night, looking as beautiful as when first applied. I love the finish it gives, it really is like it claims, that of skin. It isn't dewy or completely matte, it looks so fresh on anyone. It blends so well into the skin, if you gently blend the edges in.The color selection is also amazing, I have #3 (truth or dare) and I'm shade #117 in the MUFE HD foundation for reference. It looks very vibrant on my skin, like I've been excercising for a long time. During the day to tone it down I apply this after my moisturizer and use a very small amount of foundation to stipple or use a fluffy blush on top of the blush. It looks great at night, it gives me a glow. The pump tends to give more product then needed but it just takes some getting used to to get as little as possible. Half a pea-size amount will be plenty for both cheeks, so I think that although the bottle is small it is a great value. I've never experienced a blush like this before, because it seems to sculpt my cheeks as it says it will on the product info. I am going to try out one of the very light pink shades and some more as well. If you get at least one, you will not regret it. This is truly a one of a kind and innovative product that is impossible not to love. Some may find it difficult to apply at first, so I would suggest nudging the pump down as little as possible onto the back of the hand or CD and then with a ring finger pick up a little and dab it on, blend edges, and then layer more on, blend edges, etc until the desired affect is achieved. If too much is applied, use a little powder or foundation to dust over. All I can say is you have to try it and choose the right color for you, and if you don't love it you can always return it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
These are the best blushes. the staying power just superb. I don't think any other can compare. It blends so easy. A lot of people complained about the packaging, but I think it is fine. Once one get used to it, it is not a problem. I have creme blushes from other brands in the Pan form. I don't find it is better to apply than this in terms of packaging.
Overall, the best blushes ever. I have the color in #6, #8, #12. Love them all
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
These blushes are amazing. The texture and formula feel just like the HD foundation (maybe a bit thicker), so if you are a fan of the foundation you should love these! These blushes are seamless and look very natural. They are a cross between a cream blush and a gel blush in my opinion - the high pigmentation is like a cream but the texture and ease of blendability is like a gel. The best of both worlds! And once you get a feel for using the pump, there is nothing not to love about this product! Well, besides it being fairly pricey, but you do get what you pay for with these blushes for sure!
So, a very helpful MUA at Sephora showed me a few tricks in regards to using this infuriating pump. First, you have to press on the pump VERY gently, just enough so that the pump actually moves downward. Its hard to explain how little and lightly you have to press, but you will get a feel for it eventually. You might not even get any product at first, but if you keep pumping gently and repeatedly, a small amount of product will disperse. If you don't get any product, don't press harder, just gently repeat until you get product. You know how when you open a new product that has a pump, and when you pump it out for the first time it takes a while for the product to emerge? You have to be patient and deal with it sort of like that :)
Another trick that has worked for me is holding the bottle so the spout is facing upwards. For example, instead of pumping downwards onto the back of your hand, turn the bottle on its back and gently pump. When the product is dispersed, you can pick it up from the spout with your finger and then either apply it to the back of your hand or directly onto your cheeks (this is what I do). This method makes it so that even if you press the pump a little harder that you should, less product will come out since it has to deal with gravity. However, if you pump too hard it will end up being very messy, so be careful until you get it down! When done correctly, only the smallest amount of product will appear at the spout (you might even need to go back for another tiny pump) and it should be easy to swipe away with your finger. Hope this helps!