|Would buy this product again.||77%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Green
This is an excellent blush; it's just too peach I think for anyone. No one blushes peach, orange, etc. It's more peach then pink, and more peach then "O". Pigmentation is phenomenal, and it lasts the whole day. I am just not hip on the peach when it is described as a pinky peach.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
After I bought Russet, I picked this one up, same great texture, it is a powder, yet feels so creamy. On my NC30 skin, it is a pinky peach, more pink than peach though. If I use a peach shade, throughout the day, it will eventually turned orange, and pink looks so phoney on me, as a guy.
No I will not repurchase, as this will take me forever to use it up, by that time, something more interesting is bound to market.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is my go to blush. I use it very lightly on the apples of my cheeks and it stays all day. It also doesn't transfer to my clothing when I remove my shirt. It looks very fresh and natural. The packaging is just beautiful.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Absolutely gorgeous, glowy blush, powder is finely milled and so soft it almost feels like cream. Somewhat sheer, but not due to lack of pigment, rather it casts a glow from within on your face. It even shows up nicely and subtly on my tan (NC40) skin. On me, it's a peachy-pink with almost imperceptible shimmer, and I would recommend it for anyone.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I hate blush, I am too lazy to use it. But I love this and for what it does to my face, it's my go to product, won't leave home without it blush.
I'm asian, medium yellow/olive and the color of this is so right for spring, not clowny pink or red flush like rest but with enough punch to get me feeling like I've got some healthy color.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought this blush on a whim, it is extremely expensive I think around $65 CAD, but hey it's Burberry, you gotta expect the price! Blossom Blush is what the MA at the counter recommended for my tan NC35-NC40 skin, and it is awesome! It is a peach blush that is slightly pinkish, I use this after applying bronzer to my cheekbones, I dust this on the apples of my cheeks for a 3D effect. The texture of this powder is very silky and blends quite easy into the skin. The compact is about the size of a pressed powder, however the blush is only half of that inside, along with a small brush. I don't use the brush for initial application in the mornings, however the brush is perfect for touchups. (I tend to throw out most brushes that come with makeup). Overall, more of a luxury blush, but I do adore it so I would repurchase!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is a gorgeous pink/peachy powder blush however it looks more pink on me than coral/peach. I was hesitant to purchase this at first due to two main reasons - 1) pretty hefty pricetag of $65 Cdn (before taxes), and 2) I already have a pink blush which I love from Chanel. Chanel's 'Tweed Pink' is more shimmery and this is without any shimmers. I am glad that I splurged on this because as the previous reviewer said, upon blending it properly, it gives me a beautiful/from-within glow (without any shimmers). This blush is extremely pigmented so a little goes a long way and blend blend blend (very important). Extremely natural looking (when blended properly) and no cakiness! Fabulous texture and long lasting. I am pretty sure this will be my staple for the Fall months. I use this with the Burberry Cameo Pink (No. 5) lip gloss, and use it only on the apples of my cheeks to give me a burst of colour and its fantastic! I won't repurchase because i prefer Shu Uemura and Dior blushes.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I am very happy with everything I have purchased from this new line. I am not normally a big Burberry fan, in fact, I had started to get really creeped out by the line after seeing one too many photos of "chavs" decked out in the signature check.
But, oh my, the cosmetics line is gorgeous. This is a line of soft, sophisticated neutrals. If you love Edward Bess aesthetic of chic neutrals, but want a full line of colors and products, this is for you. If you want densely pigmented, intensely colored bright, trendy products, this is decidedly not for you.
Blossom Blush is a gorgeous slightly pinked coral-peach. The texture of all the powders is simply TDF, and this is no exception. I see what the earlier reviewer is getting at, it does look slightly chalky in the pan, but doesn't feel that way to the touch IMO. Instead, the powder feels very finely milled and the color melts into my skin. I can see this looking good on a variety of skintones. I've been trying to come up with a dupe in my stash, but can't seem to find one. The closest is perhaps Kevyn Aucion's Dolline, but this is pinker. The texture and depth of color is somewhat similar.
This one is worth the splurge-y price. If you're looking for a no-brainer color and you like peachy-coral blushes, I don't think you can go wrong with this!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
A peachy pink almost apricot tone, Blossom has a thick chalky consistency that can be blended for a soft, ethereal look. It comes with a black case that can hold the compact, which is is imprinted with the Burberry logo. The powder has a slight rose/floral scent, but it is unnoticeable after adding it to your face.