Max Factor • Flawless Perfection • Blush
|Would buy this product again.||83%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy Eyes: Hazel
Blush is an essential part of my routine since I look like a corpse without it, so I've tried and used many types of blushes in the past. This is quite mediocre to be honest. The brush that comes with this is stiff and coarse, and doesn't apply evenly so you should use a proper blush brush.
It's not very pigmented, and seem more shimmery rather than give colour. I bought mine in 220 Classic Rose, but I won't get it again because it wears off really quick.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
It's ok. I have it natural glow and its fine for everyday wear. It has low to medium pigmentation but this can be helpful when throwing on makeup, don't want to look like a clown after all. It has a subtle shimmer through it and is a nice natural colour. It's one of those products that will do until I use it up.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
Naturelle (237) is one of very few products I have bought more than once: got it based on MUA reviews and have never looked back - and that's coming from a blush addict (it's the phase I'm in right now). I always get compliments about how natural it looks. It looks boring in the pan, but perfect, this-is-my-natural-colour when on the face. Love it.
Natural Glow is a lovely shimmery rose pink, very pretty, just a touch too cool for me so gave it away to my sister who finds it great and natural.
Classic Rose is a rather intensely shimmery pinky-peachy colour, which I found too much but I'm sure will be liked by people with different tastes/complexion.
Would like to try Mulberry next.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Most blushes claim to give you that 'Just been for a jog in the cold' look. This is the only one I've ever found to be worthy of that claim. And as my username says, I am a makeup manic. I must have tried hundreds!!
I use '237 Naturelle'. The colour is not highly pigmented but I love this. I have tried lots that HAVE been and it seems as soon as you put your brush in them the colour is everywhere and bright! If you mistake your application, they can be very hard to get off your face again.
With this one, I can start off with a little and build and build the colour dependant on the result I want.
For example I use a tiny bit for sculpting my cheekbones rather than for a 'blushed look' or for a night out I will build the colour up for a real rosy glow over the apples of the cheeks.
I will never buy a different natural blusher again. The only ones I might buy would be cheap novelty blushers in bright pink (e.g.) for a colour pop but this one will be in my make up bag forever.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought this on a whim because I haven't encountered Max Factor for ages, as I've only discovered their product when they were discontinuing in Canada an US! So I thought I'll try a few things, and if I like it I can still get it from UK.
I bought 223 Natural Glow, and it looks great for my medium skin tone! The pink looks very natural. The pigment is blendable and buildable. It has a very subtle sheen to it, that it really makes you glow when wearing it, but not shiny or glittery.
The package, unfortunately I have to say looks a bit cheap. I wish it was more sleek looking. And I would say if they are making space for a brush in the package, then should at least give it a good try to make a good one. I knew the brush would be bad, but wanted to test it to see if I should keep it in the package for emergency. Big NO! It was coarse, it didn't blend, and it seemed to have really dug in in into the palette! Like the brushes you get for kids for painting from dollar stores! Threw it out right away.
I was using the mosaic blush from Physician's Formula, thinking it will look more natural and dimensional because all the different colors instead of just a solid color, but nope! This blush with just 1 color looks so much better than PF! I have 2 blushes from PF, one of them is barely used, but I'm tossing them out to make space for this!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Other, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
This is a beautiful everyday blush. My skin is between fair and medium, and I use 225 Mulberry. Its so subtle, but I always get compliments about my rosy glow. Buy it guys! xx
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I bought this in 220 Classic Rose and OMG this colour is beautiful. Slightly peachy too and the colour lasts all day. Very happy
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Black
I got 237 Naturelle and I gotta it really saves the day. The color is quite long-lasting, and it actually creates that natural blush look. FINALLY, I've found my ideal blush!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have tried a few blushes on the market and after being fully 100% satisfied with facefinity foundation, I thought I'd give another Max factor product a try. I chose 223 natural glow, the brush this product comes with however i haven't tried and is still in the cellophane. some blushes can leave a patchy appearance or a very bright 'in-your-face' dolly look, this does neither and looks great. like the foundation it lasts until removal and maintains that fresh look, so definate value for money, Max Factor advertise themselves as 'the make up of make up artists', and with the quality of their products I have tried so far (this, lipfinity and facefinity) I can well believe that claim. will definately buy again, and Max Factor have become my favourite make up brand for reliability
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
i have it in classic pink. at first, i really didn't like the color, but i tried it again a few weeks later and i began to like it. i applied it lightly on my cheeks to give that lightly flustered/blushing look. my face sometimes tend to become reddish/pinkish while under heat of the sun, so this blush helps me have a more healthy and natural look.. oh, and it can stay on for hours. i bought mine for about $10 or less on a sale..
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought this in Mulberry, shade 225. On her last visit home, my darling daughter 'liberated' my Dior blush, which I had bought as a treat to myself-I know, I 've been a bad mother and brought up a deliquent, so I shouldn't complain.
I can't live without blusher and mascara,though, so I had to buy another one and with all this talk of recession I opted for a cheap one (£6.95, I think).
Well, I am very happy with this blusher. The powder is not as finely milled as my Dior (now probably languishing in the bottom of my dear girl's bag, amongst all the debris) and the package is not as sleek, but it does not look like the lid is going to break in the next couple of weeks.The brush is no use at all, but neither was the Dior- if you want good brushes you have got to buy them separately.
The powder is quite fine for a cheap blush, faintly (but not unpleasantly ) scented. This colour looks a bit brown in the box, but on the skin it is a lovely dusky, spicey pink. It lasts for a good 5/6 hours and goes very well with my light olive skin tone-probably better than the Dior, which was quite light.... That is why it appealed to my fair daughter....
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I've got this blush in 237 Naturelle, after meeting my mum for Christmas and being amazed at how unbelievably fresh she looked. Ran out, got it, loved it.
It's a compact blush with a mini-brush (if you haven't invested in a proper blush brush yet, i beg you to do it) - the package is made of plastic, clear on top. "Naturelle" shade will probably be flattering on most girls out there.
Blush itself is of a very good quality, goes on very naturally, gives you this "ooh, i've just had a quick morning walk in the sun" look effortlessly. It's not too pigmented, but easily buildable. Lasting power is great in my opinion - none of my other blushes has stayed on until evening,- i have oily skin and they all tend to just disappear by brunch.
At the cost of 13$, i'll definitely repurchase.