|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I really like this blush! Yes definitely highly pigmented and color stays, no need for retouches. It perfectly blends well, I always layer make-up lightly so I didn't have the problem in blending it to look natural. You can't put too much in one swipe or you'll really look like a clown. I think its normal for any make-up, gradual application is always the best way to wear make-up. Anyways, my skintone is medium brown, this blush perfectly matches my skin. Although I would also recommend this blush for light skinned women. The gold shimmer part gives the sunkissed look on cheeks. It would still stand on its own without the gold color, in my opinion. The packaging looks sophisticated, the blush looks like suspended inside a piece of clear glass. This whole Revlon collection is interesting.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I wanted a red blush, so I was going for MAC Frankly Scarlet, but it's too expensive for me (I live in Brazil). So I decided to go for a cheaper option and I found out this one on Amazon. The price in dollar is always a bit more expensive than national products, but we have non like this in my country. So I ordered it and it stayed for a couple of months in my drawer and I didn't know how to use it because it's really pigmented. But I've just found out that, with a duo fibre brush and a very light hand you can get the most natural of blushes you can dream of. It looks like I was running and got this natural red on my cheeks. Or it makes me look a bit shy. But if I apply more of this product I can be almost a dominatrix XD. I simply NEED it, otherwise I'll look ill. This blush is simply perfect. If I want more color, I just need to apply more layers. This is my forever MUST HAVE blush. But the packaging could have a mirror. Mirrors are always handy.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I was so excited to get this on sale for like 3 bucks after seeing it and longing after it, but not willing to take a risk for the 12 bucks or whatever. However, it dissapointed me. It is way too red! The consistency is not blendable, and it looks horribly unflattering on me. Which is a shame because the packaging is so cute!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is my HG berry blush. Highly pigmented, wonderful color. Probably better suited for darker skin, but I can see this working for lighter skin as well, if applied lightly. I got this on sale for dollar fifty so I cannot complain about the price at all. The packaging is okay, but the hinges on the compact broke very soon after I purchased it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Neutral Hair: Other, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Other
These are marking their way out of the Revlon LE collection, so if you've been eyeing these, you might want to head by Walgreens b/c I got it for a whole whooping 3 bucks! Quite a steal when the blush normally retails for 12 bucks there.
I was torn between this and the merlot one. Basically I wanted something that would provide me with a deep berry flush and I'm glad I went with this because it is perfect for that and I think the merlot one would have been too plummy on my skin.
Anyways, the blush is cute, even if the gold overspray fades..the blush is still shimmery through out, just not that intense gold thing. I am quite pale (reflect sunlight anyone?) and this product, although very pigmented, it still workable on my pale skin. I just barely touch my brush to the surface and then apply, and it gives me a beautiful perfect rosy/berry cheek flush. What is not to love? The wear is good, the blush is high quality and I got it at a complete steal.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Black
This shade is amazing for anyone with a darker or tan skin tone (I'm indian so unfortunately a lot of colors don't flatter my skin tone).... all you need is just one small dab of the brush on the product and it'll be enough to deposit plenty of color on your cheeks. I've actually had to wipe some off at first because it's so highly pigmented (tip: use a clean makeup pad to softly rub in a circular motion against your cheek in case you applied too much... it spreads the product more evenly and removes any excess color that you might not want). I've had to experiment to figure out the best way to apply it to my face without looking like a clown... and once I did, I loved the product. It looks really amazing on my cheeks... a very supermodel-type of flush... I love it. I tried it on my sister about the product and now she's addicted to it too. It's perfect for a night out... paired with smoky eyes and a lovely nude lip gloss....
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I bought this because it was pretty and I love berry shades in blush.This one is highly pigmented! I have to use very, very lightly and blend forever to make it look okay. I bet it would look better on darker skin, not my fair skin.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
this blush is a perfect nighttime shade for my tan, NC45 skintone! for the daytime, even though my skin is quite dark, the colour is a bit too rich and I prefer a peachier or more apricot-looking shade. But I was pleasantly surprised at how pigmented this was for a drugstore brand... a little definitely goes a long way. I hate the packaging though...the lid is falling off :(
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
A friend of mine gave this to me, & at first I quickly assumed that it would be wayy too dark & bright for my NW20 skin.. but, I was wrong. I lightly applied it, & added translucent powder over it & it gave my cheeks a perfect flush. this is the blush that showed me that I could use darker colors & get away with it. I wouldn't go around using this everyday, but it's good for nights out, if paired with the right eye m/u, and even better for all the holiday parties coming up! Plus, how can you not like the pretty casing. Just adorable. Would re-buy, but I'm not going to run out anytime soon, because I don't use it enough, and it's an L/E anyways. But, if you want a pretty d/s blush for the holidays, pick this baby up!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Okay, so the first time I put this on I couldn't help but laugh outloud, it was so bright. However, I'm not saying that that is a bad thing. Because, if applied very lightly, it gives a really pretty flush. And since it's so pigmented, it's going to last a really long time, because I'll be using very little each time. So, I would definitely recommend this to anyone.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Berry daring is a bright berry red with a golden sheen/gold overspray on top (which I come to find disappears cause it is only on the top boo hiss)
When applied very lightly it gives my cheeks a very natural flushed color like I just came in from the snow.
For a drugstore blush, it is expensive, but since I only have to use such a little to get the effect I want, it is going to last me a long time.
I have always liked alot of Revlon's items, and this is no exception.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
I can normally pull of the berry look, but this was overkill! I looked like a clown! Maybe good for those with darker skin tones, but I wouldn't recommend for anyone who is fair!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I love this blush so much I purchased two. It's a bright poppy red with a subtle golden sheen. Yes the overspray design goes away - but if you look at the blush in the sun, you'll notice that the gold is really flecked throughout the blush. This is not a good blush if you like to look natural or subtle barely there kind of thing. This gives a rush of color to your cheeks - like you were just outside in a snowball fight in New England. It reminds of of Stila's Convertible Color in "Poppy" - or Paula Dorf's "candy apple". Great LE item!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I dont tend to buy Revlon's blushes but I couldnt resist the gold overspray design. The color goes on smoothly but was a little too deep for me. The type of brush you use is important. I found the Sonia Kushuk powder brush to be perfect for it since the bristles are longer and not as stiff. It helps apply it more subtley. Now I love it! I took a lippie off because the overspray goes away after one use which makes my reason for buying it irrelevant. But its not like they could make it last throughout the pan anyways :) I love that the compact shuts using its hinge rather than a clasp. And I love that this has minimal to no shimmer. I would def buy this again if it werent $9-13 each!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
A rose color with no hint of shimmer that I could see. Pretty compact, just weird that it doesn't click or magnetize shut. A very deep berry that I would compare to a cross between Stila Rose Convertible Color and Stila Peony Convertible Color. It's pretty but just not the of blush that I like. Oh, and apparently Revlon thinks they are pretty hot stuff-this was priced at $13 but I got it BOGOF, luckily. Still swapped it though :D