Bobbi Brown • pot rouge for lips and cheeks- stonewashed pink • Blush
|Would buy this product again.||85%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Medium Eyes: Brown
I kind of forgot I had this sitting in my makeup bag... then I decided to retry it. It was love. It gives the most natural flush ever! It's kind of brownish and when you swatch it on your hand, it looks kind of... not that great. But it really makes a difference on my cheeks! It's a brownish-pink and looks very unassuming in the jar. It's buildable, pigmented, and gives my warm medium skin a sculpted look without looking severe. It's not shimmery, which is good for everyday if you don't like shimmer. I like to put some highlighter on the tops of my cheek bones though. It's too drying to use on my lips though because I have very dry lips. I still love it! But I got it a while ago and I can't find it on the Bobbi Brown website... I hope they still make it!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I love Pot Rouges and this one is no exception. There's so many colour descriptions in these reviews...on me it looks very much like Penny Lane from NARS only a little more pigmentation, I love it. I would definitely repurchase but I don't think I'd ever have to. You get a lot of product. On my lips it's a perfect neutral.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
this color is not very pink...I would say its a little more brown. I like it though. Its a subtle wash of color for me nothing too bright. I wouldn't repurchase tho #1 I doubt I'll run out and #2 I would get something with more pop next time. good product overall.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I love the pot rouges, and this is no exception. However, I use stonewashed pink as a bronzer instead of a blush. I'm very very pale, and I still haven't found a bronzer that doesn't look muddy. Stonewashed pink gives me the perfect glow that my (tanned) friends get from regular bronzers. This is far from a pink color, but there is enough pink to make my very very pale skin look like I have had just a little sun. For an actual blush, pale pink is much better on my skin tone.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I've owned this pot rouge for nearly two years and admit to never using it until very recently. I'll be upfront in saying that I think it's useless on my lips, but then again, I purchased it as a blush.
Pot Rouge is a creamy gel formula that doesn't have a lot of slip, so it can drag during application. It blends well, though, and seems to have reasonable lasting power. The finish is slightly powdery, but not obviously so. The color Stonewashed Pink is a medium rose that does not go tawny, brown, or muddy on my skin.
I've been using Nars blushes for years, but recently discovered that the colors were too strong and overtly sparkly. Nars makes fun blushes with heightened color pigments (I had Oasis, Sin, Lovejoy, Orgasm, Luster, Super Orgasm) that are a far cry from subtle. I decided I'd like a more restrained look and dug out the Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge; it delivered exactly what I wanted. The color is wonderful on my pale, lightly sallow skin and looks incredibly natural. Product is buildable, and I have found that if I want to pop the color more, I dust on a bit of Chanel Orchid Rose on top of it.
Sometimes the "duller" colors, like Stonewashed Pink, end up being the workhorses of one's color palette. I would repurchase this, but there is so much of it in the pot that I doubt I will use it up in the foreseeable future.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I just got this from my mail, and I tried it straightaway, first I swatched it in my hand, but no color popped, and I felt a bit disappointed, but when I applied it to my cheek, the color surprisingly popped and make me look healthier and glowing!!!!! nothing overwhelming, not streaky, just perfect tan slightly darker than my skin (NC30, asian, oily). And eventhough it's oily in the pot, but the oil disappear right away when you smudge it on the cheek.
And when I tried it on my lips, the color is perfect nude for my pigmented lips, it is great, definitely my HG blush/lipstick and I had more than 20 blush...
I would definitely buy again if it's not discontinued, well, maybe I'll browse ebay to stock some more...
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Good cream blush, but I like MAC and NARS cream blushed better. Can be very sheer but also buildable color to taste. The name is deceiving though this is not pink, but a peachy color with some brown / orange in it. Blushed Rose is a shade darker, I had it too but gave it to a friend and got Stonedwashed for it compliments my skin better. It is not oily at all but looks dewy and luminous on skin, and stays on very long. My makeup products last forever as I like to wear makeup very light, and I gave the half of this to a friend (simply I got some for me in a MAC small jar and gave her the rest) The color is so pigmented that I know it will last me a lifetime. I consider to get a real pink shade of this product.
PS. Bobbi Brown recommends to appy this with foundation brush but I think MAC Skunk brushes is the best for almost any cream based product.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I really like the BB pot rouges...they are a great way for this oily skinned girl to wear blush...so many powder blushes change color on me and and up too dark on my fair skin. These appear heavy but I promise a sheer application is possible, I can't get away with dark blush. It may take you a few tries to get it right as it did me but it's worth it. I rub my middle fingertip into the color, then pat it on the top of my hand to remove excess and tap it into my cheeks. Wait a few minutes before applying a second layer (I only need one, but like I said, I'm fair) to see how the color has settled. I love that it lasts all day and doesn't fade or darken. Some of the colors can be dabbed onto your lips in a rush too. Stonewashed pink is fantastic for me, a brownish peach as another review said. Bobbi's idea of a nude pink is what this is, if you are familiar with her line you know what I mean. I love how it warms me up in the winter.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Pleasantly surprising! In the pot, it looks nothing like how it applies (so don't be afraid at how dark it is!); the name only causes confusion. Stonewashed Pink is actually a peachy colour with a slight hint of brown. It is very sheer, which can be a good thing if you're going for that natural look. Otherwise, it takes a long time to build a decent amount of colour. Other than that, I really love how easy this blends. I rarely use cream blushes, but compared to MAC, this feels more moisturizing and blends tons easier. I suspect that's due to it's texture - MAC is a lot thicker, hence pigmented. Great lasting power (fades slightly after 7-8 hours) and the glass (?) pot is so chic! Overall, great blush! So if you're looking to buy this... forget the name all together and take the blush for what it is. Definitely repurchase!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Green
No, this color is not what I expected. Not very pink at all. More like a peachy tan. I was trying to decide between this and Powder Pink at the counter. The SA suggested the Stonewashed Pink because I could use it with my other pink blushes. So I bought it. 20 minutes later, I exchanged it for the Powder Pink. It was just TOO nude. Fast forward a few weeks; I swapped my Posietint for a Stonewashed Pink. It is my most-used blush. I wear it nearly every day. This one is tough to overdo. It's perfectly neutral for light skinned people. As with most makeup, lighting is everything. It *can* tend to go a bit too peachy in some light. Still, like I said, I wear it almost every day. A keeper.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Yes, it's a nice cream blush, versatile nude color. Looks pretty good on my NC 15 skin, especially when topped with BB bronzer in Medium. I would have liked it better if had more pink undertones as the name suggests; instead, it is quite brown. Lasts all day and hasn't broken me out yet. It will probably last me a lifetime because the pot is huge. I will not repurchase, because there are too many other options out there to be checked out.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
First of all this pot is huge! It lasts forever since you only need a small amount on your lips and cheeks. The color is a brown-pink that would look great on warm toned skin. I am fair and like to use a tiny amount on my lips under a little gloss. I tried it once on my cheeks but I tend to stay away from blush because my cheeks are pink to begin with.
I love the texture, its smooth and never waxy or dry.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Couldn't find even a smidgen of pink when applied. It looked more like stonewashed mud.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I hate to kill the goodness. I really do but this color is NOT what I expected. Keep in mind it's a good hour to my nearest BB counter so I mainly rely on the online ordering. Had I seen it in person, I may not have purchased it.
The texture and everything else about this pot rouge is the same as BB's others--pretty darn good. Of course, in my opinion, there's way too much product and if BB ever offered a half size, I'd be on it like crazy. That having been said, ALL BB's pot rouges on me fade pretty quick. I still like them.
This, though, has nothing "pink" in it to me. It's tan. For reference, I'm NW 20. It went on a light muddy...well, brown...and stayed that way. Weirdly enough, I don't use my other pot rouges much for lip color but this one looked ok on my lips. But that's not what I purchased it for. By the time I had put this on and a dot of BB's bronzer in Neutral all over, I realized I looked like I'd been playing in the dirt. At least, I realized that when I hit natural daylight.
It's ok and I'll keep monkeying with it to see what I can do with the product but for now, I'm sticking by the opinion that nothing in this is pink. If you need a WARM look, this could be it and although I'm fairly neutral and can wear both warm/cool looks, this was just a bit too muddy for me.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Other
Love, love this product and the color. It goes on so smoothly and you can build the color. I have a MAC cream blush that is of similar color (can't remember the name) but the MAC one is more difficult to apply - way less workable. Go ahead and try BB. You'll love it too!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This is the best cream blush which I've tried so far. The colour is lovely and natural and blends and applies so well. It has great staying power and you get a lot of blush for your money. A nice feature would've been to make the blush with a compact mirror and not with a screw cap.
Unfortunately, I'm going to have to give this particular Pot Rouge a lower rating than BB's other Pot Rouge that I've tried as I don't think the colour complements my cool skintone. However, if you're after a good cream blush, then BB's formulation is superior to cream blushes by MAC, Stila, Laura Mercier and Becca. I'd definitely buy Pot Rouge again, just in a different colour.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
If there is such a thing as the perfect neutral pink, this is it. To me, it's not cool and it's not warm, just neutral beautifulness. I never in a million years would have tried this based on the color in the pot, but the SA applied it on me and it was instant love at first sight. Best applied with a foundation brush for that dewy finish.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
If a MUA hadn't used this on me...I don't know that I ever would have purchased it, but she did...and I'm really happy.
In the pot...It looks like mud to be quite frank, but when applied to my cheeks and lips and blended...It looks like totally natural blush...even has some contouring properies. This really looks good on me popped with Nectar powder blush...really good, but if I'm in a hurry ( which seems like all the time)...this looks good all on it's own. It's creamy and at first...it really looks like you're putting something nasty on your skin lol!, but it then starts to just melt in.
It won't wear like iron (all by itself) and I don't like to take pots of rouge with me, but it will last through a whole work day for me...AND if I pop it...It does last. By the way...I use this pot rouge for a WARM look.
These Pot Rouges are soooooo good. I'm on my fourth. Just wonderful!...and they really work on the lips too. I use lip balm and my finger and voila...pretty mouth. I've never had that happen with a cheek and lip product before.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Green
Gorgeous neutral color and it goes on so naturally. For the first 20 minutes I'm wearing this, my face looks glowing and fresh in a very subtle way... and then the blush melts into oblivion. Granted, I have combo skin and do better with powder blush than cream, but the lack of staying power still disappointed me. All the same, it's probably a dream product for women with drier skin.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
Another winner for the Pot Rouge selection. I wanted something a little more discreet to add some color to my pale complexion and loved this product. While I don't find it very pink and more towards a neutral coloring, I alternate with Blushed Rose depending on my mood.
Again, I will repurchase, but this will last me a long time.