Physicians Formula • Cream to Powder Blush in Rose • Blush
|Would buy this product again.||60%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I bought this blush to try it out because the packaging is so nice, and I thought for the price (was on special) it was worth a shot.
I really like it a lot. I love the 3 colours, and I can use them as eyeshadow too.
Definitely will repurchase if it is still on the market when I run out. Lasts all day on me, and looks very natural.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Other, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Other
I bought this because the packaging made it look so cute! However, I'm not 100% impressed with the consistency, perhaps after using Becca's creme blush I have higher expectations. It's difficult to blend really evenly.
I'm very pale, and I find that the largest colour in this palette doesn't really suit me, it's a very bright, sort of coral-y pink. I prefer the smaller, darker colour, but I find that I need to use a lot for it to show up. However, I do love the highlighting colour, it looks gorgeous on the top of my cheekbone and is very illuminating for just under the eye. Overall, I probably wouldn't buy this again, but I will try more products by PF in the future.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
IMO its an average product. What sucked me into buying it was the pretty packaging and colours, as well as it being hypoallergenic and non pore clogging. So far I haven't been getting pimples from it, unlike when I used L'oreal Blush Delice. However I don't like how it goes on the skin. It takes awhile to melt on it and can become blotchy when first applied. But it gets better after my face gets oily LOL. Rather expensive too. In Australia its about $23.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have all 3 palettes (rose, peach & nude) and this is my 2nd favorite, which surprises me 'cuz I usually lean towards rose/pinks with my MMM cool toned skin. This palette contains 3 colors in different sized pans. In this one, the largest color is the medium color, with the middle sized being darkest and the smallest being the lightest. I use the darkest directly on and under my cheek bones, medium color on apples, and the lightest on top of cheekbones then blend together. At first I thought these were greasy, but they're actually just extremely creamy. They glide on like a dream and dry quickly to a powder-like finish that isn't chalky or fake looking at all. Easy to build without looking clownish. This is much more of a subtle, matte color than I'm used to (normally use gel blushes like Tarte and SAR IG's which pack much more of a dewy color punch), but they look very natural. I've been wearing these to work since they're more subtle and 'formal' and better suited for office. Staying power is excellent and it actually looks better at the end of the day which is amazing. Doesn't sink into my large pores at all and doesn't blotch up or slide off my oily skin. For the price, these are really great.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
I really love my new cream to powder blush in Rose from Physicans Formula. It comes with three colors - a dark, medium and light rose with the medium being the largest of the three. I mix together a touch of the dark with the medium as the light does not show up on my pale skin tone. It only takes a couple of dabs and I have got a healthy looking natural pink cheeks glow. I got this at Ulta for $7.99 with a discount coupon of 15% off so this is a real bargain for me, considering that I normally only purchase high end blush products. I found that it didn't instantly turn to powder on my cheeks so I added a little Becca Nymph pressed powder on top of the blush, both to seal the color and to give me the great but natural looking glow that Becca's powder provides. The staying power between the two of these products is excellent.