|Would buy this product again.||78%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This is a review of Sephora Blush in Rose Petal which is a lovely matte pale pink with a hint of coral. The blush has great pay off and applies quite lightly so you are able to build a lovely natural looking pink glow.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I love this blush. It does what it's suppose to do and the colors are fabulous and you have a wide variety to choose from. I have no complains about it although I think that it should stay on a little longer than it does.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I have this in a shade that contains glitter, I only wear a little bit, and the slight shimmer isn't too bad. It stays on pretty well. If you don't want to pay a lot of money for blush, but still want some quality I recommend this. If you want something amazing, I'd splurge.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I got the Blush Me! Mono in #4 Peche Tendre and I was pleasantly surprised by the pigmentation and how finely milled the powder was. I thought it wouldn't show on my skin but just a little goes a long way.
I know some haven't been too happy with the staying power but mine stayed on for the day (maybe because of the BE mineral veil?).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
I bought this blush in peche tendre and it's a very nice pinky rose colour that gives a pretty natural flush to the cheeks. The colour payoff is pretty great as well. You only need a little and it shows up very well so it lasts a pretty long time. While the colour is pretty and the price is reasonable, the staying power is not that great. I actually found myslef having to reaply several times during the day. That fact aside I will be re-purchasing this because the price is pretty good :)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I bought this in peche tendre, a natural-looking light pink shade. While the shade, lasting power and blendability were good, it is full of oils and broke me out. I have normally clear, late 20-something skin and this caused multiple breakouts in a few days. Why must so many blushes have oil?? Clarins powder blush is an excellent alternative- pricier, but well worth it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
Bought the Blush Me! Mono in #4 Peche Tendre, which is a matte light pink (no sparkles, thank goodness). The color match is great for my natural cheek color when I blush, which makes it great for creating a natural look.
The product goes on sheer and is very buildable, so no worries about looking clownish! The packaging is solid. However, I knocked off two lippies because this product does not stay on my cheeks as long as I would like. Definitely need to reapply at some point during the day. That said, for the price and the results I would probably buy again, though I probably won't have to- this thing is going to last forever!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
i purchased sephora's blush me mono in bronze sensation on a whim about 2 years ago. it is not my go-to blush, but i have hit pan now, and with a very light hand, this is a very flattering shade on my fair skin. the glitter can be overpowering in certain lights, and if i apply too much, it turns orange. the staying power is not too great. for $10 it is not a bad product, but there are better options.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I bought a Blush Me! trio because I really wanted a red color for eyeshadow. I went to the MAC counter and didn't like the service I got. I hauled it down to Sephora with the color I wanted swatched on my hand. The Sephora sales person was more than willing to go through alot of products to find a close color, and I am so happy with it! I won't really use the darker color in the trio, but I don't care. It saved me from having to give my money to those mean MAC girls. What's the deal with them anyway?
As for the product itself, I am reviewing it as an eyeshadow, not a blush, but it's really the exact color I wanted and I am happy with it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Sephora's Blush Me in Rose Rebelle is the perfect shade for anyone!! Although it appears to be too briight, it blends and adds the perfect color to your cheeks! I've already gone through 3 of these blushes! THey are only 10 dollars I believe and are very high quality. Sephora blush me is myy #1 blush!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
This review is for Sephora's Blush Me! and not their regular blushes.
I bought this along with my foundation online and I needed something to put me over the 50 dollar free shipping deal. I can always use a new blush and this was pretty cheap (10 dollars) so I got it in Rose Rebelle.
Because it was just a throw-in, I was not expecting much but I have to say this is good stuff! It is very finely milled and as a result, the application is smooth and pretty. It lasts for most of the day as well. The color seems to have some gold flecks in it when you look at it in the container but on your skin, it is not shiny or shimmery at all. It is just a nice cool pink that blends remarkably well for the price.
My only complaint is that because it is so fine, it leaves a lot of "dust" in the pot. Instead of having to blow all of that away into the air, I have been more careful when I put it on. I make sure to to just barely touch it with my brush until I get the right amount. That way I am not wasting too much. Other than that, this is a great blush at a reasonable price. Lots of pretty colors to try as well.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
I bought the blush me twice in pink and bronze duo, it's the first blush i purchase from Sephora and i was dissapointed... when did a swatch at the store, the color was fine but when i used the matte pink blush it doesnt seem to appear on my face... I thought the blush brush i was using was no good so i used a way better brush.. but still--it gave me the same result---another annoying thing is i had to brush my blush brush a little harder than the usual, had to swirl few times to get the color.. the bronzer is ok.. but nothin special about--the packaging is nice, it's a large blush--but should've bought something else in the store...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I bought the blush me twice blush duo in apricot and a brown-ish colour. Both were swatched really pretty on my hands but when it comes to using it on my face, its not pigmented at all and I have to use a HEAVY hand for any colour to show up on my face especailly the apricot pan. And the brown pan was too orangey and muddy on my face.
Very disappointed in the quality of the blush and it seems as though the tester was different to my actual one
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Soooo I am pretty sure I have found my HG on blush, and it is Sephora's blush in meringue jalouse. See below...this is NOT my HG of blush anymore!! Now...I know a LOT of you insist on NARS' blush, but as much as I can afford that for a blush, this color suits me just fine. I mean, it's somewhat shimmery, but it's got that perfect pinkish color that I often look for when it comes to a blush. Well, guess I should say, I am looking no further because I have found it. I can wear this going out somewhere nice, or going somewhere casual. It works both ways, and it's only $10. I've had this for almost 2 months, and I can tell that this one alone will be with me for quite some time, as I also have the current Tarte palette which also has some fantastic blush colors in it as well. BTW, that Tarte palette (that a few people can't stand) is amazing!! UPDATE 11/25/08: I actually was debating on taking this back to Sephora, and I took it back tonight. Yep...I have 4 blushes in the Tarte palette...and they're amazing, plus I also have my stila cc in lillium which is the BEST blush that's ever touched my cheeks...so yeah...that is my new HG. review for that coming soon
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I bought this product after using my friend's at a show I was doing. I loved it right away --- it gave me a flirty, flushed look. I bought it in the rose color. It contains some shimmer in it, so it does give you glowly look. As for the price, I thought $10 way way cheap considering it was selling at sephora vs drug store brands that run about the same price. Overall, I really like this product. I give it a 4 however, because I feel like it tends it really looks like your wearing blush vs. super natural. Regardless, depends on what your taste is on how you like your blushes to look on you. Next time, I would like to try Nars due to all the great reviews it has had. But, I would go back to this because of the price.
update 5/3: eh this blush is w/e .. the blush it a little bit too pasty and idk don't really like it anymore
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I just bought this in rose rebelle, and it looks great! I thought it would be too pink on me, but it goes on sheer. You can layer it on for a more intense look though. Would definitely purchase Sephora blush again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Bought Blush Me! in brun timide #7, which is a peachy-brown colour. The packaging is a basic clear compact, but minor points are docked for it not coming with a brush. The colour goes on sheer making it easy to layer for a more dramatic flush, and is great for everyday. Make sure skin is totally dry when applying since the powder will clump oddly if your skin is moist at all from water, lotions, or even highlighter.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love Sephora blush! The SA assured me that Blush Me Framboise Attraction suits me the most. I didn't try it on and bought one. She's right! The colour is perfect for my medium skin tone and it lasts throughout the day without re-applying!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
The Sephora SA suggested #7 brun finicle for my PPP to tone down some of the pink. I was very impressed with her choice. I love, love, love this color! It is a nuetral peach tan, matte, buildable, blendable and enduring without any color change after many hours of wearing, there is no muddiness at the end of the day. Cons: the top only opens 90 degrees making it easy to break, this hasn't happened to me but has to some friends. The pan of color is not deep as the packaging suggests making for much less product and for the second time the center of the blush has chipped off in large chunks and therefore alot of product has literally gone down my bathroom drain. Other than that I will buy this again, unless they go nuts and change the formula or color.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
i have sephora blush in 2 colors: rose #10 (actually a combo of 3 colors) and meringue jalouse #2. i love both of them! i have always used nars, but i recently dropped the compact and it broke all over, and i needed a replacement, and figured i would try something different.
the rose is more shimmery, and is 3 rows, one opal-ish, one light pink and one dark pink. blended together, they give a nice mix of shimmer and color, but i dont use this every day, only when i want more "glow". its also great because you can use the colors individually as eye shadow!
the meringue jalouse is more pinky, and has a slight shimmer to it. it makes my cheeks look naturally flushed, not too red or pink. ive had both of these for a few months, and it seems like i havent even made a dent in them, so they seem to last awhile too!