|Would buy this product again.||85%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Silver, Wavy Eyes: Hazel
My favourite blusher ever! Beautiful colour! Had for about 4 years and i still have loads left! I no i wont be able to get anothet so use little as possible and little is all you need, its perfect
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Though this line is long d/c'd, I'm still using this blush from 2 years ago and it really hasn't diminished in any way. I'm a NC25/30, BB Sand, Shu 764, and MUFE 32.
The colour is bold in the pan and it looks to have a healthy does of red in the shade. On my skin, it's quite potent but it takes on a more coral shade. The shimmer is noticeable in the pan but on the skin, it's very subtle. I would almost say it's just a sheen instead of a shimmer. The lasting quality isn't as good as other blushes but it does last until mid day. I would say that this particulat colour lasts longer cause it's so vibrant.
The most annoying thing about this blush is the container. It's great it's thin but it's not easy to open as it's firmly shut and you practically need your nails to pry it open.
Age: Unknown Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
This Pout Rouge is definitely one of the most pigmented blushes ever!! You get almost the exact colour you see on your cheeks. Apricot Totty is a vibrant, fun colour. It's such a cute orange with a hint of red. I LOVE Pout and I'm so sad that they've closed down :'(
Age: Unknown Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Medium Eyes: Brown
Apricot Totty is gorgeous and unique! I have yet to see anything else like it and I've looked. Out of all the blushes I own, this one is in the top 5. I love wearing this when I want a pop of color that isn't my usual pink or peach. You need very little. I've had mine for 3 years or so and have barely made a dent.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
Wow...on my NC20 skin this looks fantastic. I love a bright pop of color and have a hard time getting it with peach or coral colored blush. Easier to get in pink. Because this is rather pigment heavy, i applied with a fan brush. I did not use powder to blend as I did not want totone down the vividness of the blush. It was evening, and I was going to a play and then to dinner outside. If it were daytime I would probably use powder to blend, but for evening I liked the brightness. This is a gorgeous color! I found this on Blogdorf's 40 Days and Nights of Cult Classics and tried in vain to hunt this blush down for weeks. Then one day, it just lopped itself down on my doorstep in a swap offering. Yay!
UPDATE: this turns extremely orange on my in the summer with a tan and slightly oilier skin. will keep this and try again in the fall, but it was just too orange.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Picked this up based on all the raves on P'ville. It's a gorgeous color if you love coral/orange blushes. Apricot Totty was a pretty peachy coral pink when I first applied it but unfortunately it turned orange later on in the day. I'm not a fan of orangey blushes so needless to say I don't plan on keeping this.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Pout Apricot Totty. I like this, but wish it showed up a little more apricot or orangish on me. When applied to my NC 15 skin, its more of a pretty pink. However, it is unique as compared to my ever growing pile of pink blushes. As far as longevity, it didn't last the day, but very few blushes last on me even though I use primer, foundation, and a light sweep of powder. It did go on smoothly and evenly. It is well pigmented, but not OTT, like it appears that it would be in the pan. I'm not in love with this one, but it is pretty and I will hang onto it bc its discontinued.
In sum . . .
Me - pale, freckles, NC 15, Nars Deauville, white-blonde hair, blue eyes.
Overall Rating - 4. I want to give this a 3 because it didn't do what I thought it would, maybe my expectations were scewed. It it pretty. I don't find myself reaching for it that much.
Price - 2. I got this on sale for maybe $5, but I don't recall what they retailed for orginially. Probably in the $25ish range.
Packaging Quality - 4. Great packaging. The product is in a circular plastic container. Similar to Cargo, but a little smaller and a lot less fragile. There seems to be a decent amount of product. I love the amount of surface space allowing me to swirl my blush brush.
Would I buy this again? No. It's pretty, but there are better shades out there for my coloring. Plus, its discontinued, so I couldn't even if I wanted to.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
WOW this is my first blush which aint pink or golden peach, on me MAC NW30 it is a really brightening refreshing spring/summer shade. it has a smooth finely milled texture. with a slight iridescence. i wear it with lancome SOS pink color fever lipstick and a dab of gold shimmery toffee flavoured lancome lipgloss (dont know name) and a pale goldy bronze eyeshadow. i love how refreshingly different it is from my usual muted pink look. compact is gorge too!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
If it weren't discontinued I'd buy it for life, except 1 12gm pan would last forever! i use just one swipe of the brush, tap it gently on with a powder brush and use a clean brush to blend (or else too much color would deposit onto the cheek) and i repeat on the other cheek. fresh peachy color that lasts >8hrs! i love it! sorta looks like EDM Siesta but a bit less sparkle and a bit orangey in color.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Dark, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Brown
"Meh". Thats how I feel about this blush. I bet on lighter skintoned ladies this would look beautiful, however, I found myself having to layer this quite a bit on my NC45 skin. I also feel like I'm alone on this one, but the texture seemed a bit chalky, maybe because I had to layer it so much...I dont know. The amount you get is ridiculous though! I would be suprised to hear anyone actually finishing this! Also love the cute packaging. But, I ended up swapping mine away and will not repurchase becuase this one just wasn't for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought this blush because it was getting discontinued. I hesitated when i saw it in the pan, it's SO bright! However, a light sweep of this gives you a pretty look, but can easily become over the top.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Edit: Some Pout Rouge blushes being sold at the Pout sales in the UK are smaller, repackaged versions. It looks like this change happened awhile ago and the new sizes are 5g instead of the older packaging's 12g. Just thought this should be accounted when you consider the value of the product, as it looks like it was being sold for the same price. I'm not sure if the US ever got these smaller versions.
The picture above doesn't show the slight shimmer to the blush but it is an absolutely gorgeous pinky coral. I heard Pout was going to be discontinued so I went on a mission to find this blush. Sephora was always out of it but luckily, I called a Pure Beauty store nearby and they had it--at half price! Lucky me. MUA always has rave reviews for it so I wanted to give it a try for myself.
I actually bought two of this same color (along with one each of Berry Babe and Cherie Tarte) in case I loved it. So glad I did, although at 12g, I will probably never run out. The blush is very pigmented, so I can only use it with a skunk brush, Pout Airbrush being my tool of choice. It gives me a glowy flushed look, which isn't a completely natural color but looks nice anyway. For $10, it's a great blush--nice color, cheap price, loads of product, super pigmentation.
Any Pout blush is probably going to be incredibly hard to come by in the US but their UK online store still seems to have some in stock, as do their retail stores.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
God this blush is beautiful! Its what I always wanted in a hot pink coral blush with the perfect amount of shimmer. I paid $20 bucks for it and I would repurchase it a million times more. I am NC 30-35 and I have to use it with a light hand or it can be over the top. Packaging is in my favorite aqua green color. One of my HG blushes!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other, Dark Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
"Meh". Thats how I feel about this blush. I bet on lighter skintoned ladies this would look beautiful, however, I found myself having to layer this quite a bit on my NC45 skin. I also feel like I'm alone on this one, but the texture seemed a bit chalky, maybe because I had to layer it so much...I dont know.
The amount you get is ridiculous though! I would be suprised to hear anyone actually finishing this! Also love the cute packaging.
I ended up swapping mine away and will not repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
It looks really scary in the pan. But goes on nicely on me with one swipe using the skunk brush. Initially, when I first apply this blush on, I felt as if I was applying a crazy pink blush on my face but once it's properly blended, it's a pretty pink that instantly brightens up your face. One pot will definately last me a lifetime but if I ever finish (and still can find it around), I will definately repurchase!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
This blush scared my when I opened up the pretty compact and bright pink with gold glitter stared back at me. I was like....um. BUT, I proceeded to apply this on the apples of my cheeks with my skunk brush and man did it look beautiful. You must apply this with a light hand if you are my coloring of lighter. Otherwise, it will look bad. This blush is huge and will last me forever! I believe this and shiseido peach flush are my all time favorite blushes. I am 35 with large pores, oily/acne prone skin and MAC NC25. Also, there is a picture in my profile of me wearing this and applied as described above if you are curious about how it looks on.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Wowza, this is truly a gorgeous blush! I'm so glad i managed to get hold of this beauty. The shade is the perfect warm shimmery coral on me. I thought i would love BB's Coral much more than this, but i was so wrong. This is way better than BB coral blush! It brightens up my face with that beautiful pop of colour. The pigmentation is really superb so for those who are really on the paler side, should use a skunk brush for this. This has become my favourite blush in the coral category. Would definitely re-purchase *if* I can get hold of another one. For reference, I'm a GGG with colouring close to NC42.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I can give Apricot Totty no higher praise than this- I wore it today for my driver's license photo and it made me look almost cute. Every DMV picture before today's was soul-crushingly bad, but today my cheeks looked rosy and glowy enough to elevate the photo into almost decent territory. Apricot Totty is a hot peach-pink with subtle silver shimmer, and I applied it to my PPP complexion with a light hand- clown cheeks are the enemy. If I could have only one Pout product, it would be this blush. And considering that Sephora just unceremoniously dropped Pout from their site like a bad habit, if you want this blush you might want to try and get it somewhere before it's gone forever!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Very nice but very bright....so use sparingly. A suits everyone blusher!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is a really pretty blush. It's a little sparklier than I would like, but it looks cute when put on carefully. Also it's expensive, but you get a lot for the money and the container is really adorable:).