|Would buy this product again.||79%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
Blends so easily, you could put it on with a trowel
The packaging is a little ditzy in that it can be difficult to get your figers/brushes in to the product.
Color I used: Heartbreaker - great color for fair-skinned redheads. It will *not* clash with super orange hair (like mine)...it's also not particularly coral, so if you use it on your lips it won't make your teeth look like corn.
I love this. It doesn't do the war-paint stripe, doesn't get greasy...it just looks like some kind of CGI effect.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
These are amazing! I have 4 colors and love them all. Have more of a mousse texture than a cream. Packaging is cute but too bulky if you wanted to take it with you. I use a makeup sponge and press the color into my skin, rather than blending it. I find it stays better and doesn't look blotchy this way bc it dries quickly as you apply it. I usually apply a powder blush in similar color over top. These are long wearing which is so nice! Try them if you haven't!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I like this it says really nice color pay off and a lovely texture If it gets dry( as happened to me because I had closed it incorrectly) one tiny drop of eye drops brings in back to life without changing consistency.\the consistency is less gloopy than the maybelline ones
I must say that the packaging SUCKS! It's a twist top that is almost impossible to close even if you were staring right at the two parts and it doesn't get easier with practice.Because of the container strange shape(square) it is not that easy to get your hands around and open.
Cream blushes in general as a group do not stay on my skin well so I would buy this as a base for my powder foundation but of all the ones I have tried I like this one best for texture and payoff.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is amazing!! I can't believe it's only 3$, and the studio line usually goes on a 50% off sale, so you can get these at the unbelievable price of $1.50. These should be sold for WAY more money, though.
They're not exactly cream blushes, but I think they're even better. They're more of a moussey texture and dry to a powder, and is pretty easy to blend. The color selection is absolutely beautiful, and the one I have is Tease - a great rosy pink, not too warm or too cool and perfect to give everyone an instant glow and awakeness. The packaging is very sleek and high-end looking, and though it's a little bulky I don't mind because I'm not the type to carry this around in my bag because it literally lasts the entire day, and more. I rubbed some on my hand last night and after lots of hand washing, sweating, humidity, and a shower, it's still on! The pigmentation is great, and you barely need any. Definitely give these a try, I'm for sure going to buy a couple more the next time I order from ELF or go to Target.
I like applying this both with a brush and my fingers, just make sure your fingers are clean so you don't contaminate the product or your face :P
I would 100% recommend it anybody, and I'm thinking of getting Flirt and Heartbreaker.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I absolutely love these blushes. They might be my favorite blushes I own. I currently have 3. Heartbreaker (peachy pink), Flirt, (bright pink) and Vixen (deep pink). I love them all but I think Vixen is my favorite. It looks really dark in the jar but when applied with a light hand it looks like a perfect just-in-from-the-cold flush. It's gorgeous! They go on and blend beautifully. They are much more like a mousse than a cream, and you only need a couple dabs with your fingers, a quick blend with same fingers, and you get a beautiful blush. The mousse becomes a powder that lasts all day on me, and I am slightly oily. My only complaint is the huge jar, but it's well worth it. I would definitely buy these again and highly recommend!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I actually don't like these blushes very much. The texture is fine, as is the pigmentation, but all of them look the same on me. Lasting power is decent--4 to 6hrs max. I apply these blushes with a stippling brush, and I have them in three colors: Vixen, Seductress, and Heartbreaker.
Vixen and Heartbreaker look exactly the same on my skin (I'm NC 25 for reference), and Seductress is waaay too hot pink for my paler complexion. I was hoping that Vixen would appear more plummy, but no, it's just like Heartbreaker, which resembles something of a bright baby pink. I'm not quite sure what to do with these now...there's so much product. I kind of regret buying them as I have prettier blushes; these, I guess, are nice to have, but not necessary at all.
The ELF website is so misleading about the color payoff in their pictures.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush, and I think the e.l.f. cream blush is a very similar product. They both have a mousse texture and dry to a powder finish, but I've noticed that the e.l.f. one is slightly softer and more pigmented, while the Maybelline one is more blendable.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Wonderful blush. Heartbreaker is a lovely pink-peachy color and it adds a nice flush to the cheeks. I like to use the E.L.F stipple brush with this but I've used fingers before and it works well too, except for the fact that you have to clean them afterwards. Its staying power is pretty good so definitely recommended.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
These 'cream' blushes are awesome. Let me start off by saying that I personally would not define these as a cream blush, they are a mousse, both in their consistency and finish. Fine, whatever. The pigmentation is great, the colors give me a natural 'glow from within' look, the colors I have don't contain any shimmer, and they are easy to work with. I use elf's studio blush brush to apply, and I have no trouble making it work for me.
You don't need much, so I wouldn't advise going full boar and slapping it on with your fingers, as depending on your foundation and the dryness of your skin, they have a tendency to stay where you put them. Some reviewers have mentioned using a stippling brush, and while stippling brushes and I have never got on well, that may also be a good choice for some.
There is no scent that I can detect, and they don't break me out. The packaging is very pretty and sturdy, albeit bulky, but I use a dump bag for my everyday makeup, so it makes no difference to me. They last and last on my skin, and if I put a powder blush over them they last even longer (8+hours). If you wait for the sales to purchase them from the website (as I did) even better, I think I got mine for around $3. Good deal. Once the E.L.F. site restocks, I will be purchasing the rest of the colors.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Pros: cheap, stays all day, cute colors, easy to apply, good packaging design, very natural looking
Cons: online only, package a little bulky, you need the right brush
I apply this blush with the elf stippling brush. i can't even count the ways i love this blush, it is the most awesome cream blush i have used. so many of the cream blushes feel oily on my skin, and don't stay for more than a couple hours. this is my HOLY GRAIL blush, in the color heartbreaker it give me this awesome glow that is perfect for my skin tone. i also have seductive and flirt which do look nice but not nearly as perfect as the heartbreaker. i will buy this bliush for as long as they make it. it stays on my skin all day, and i have combo oily which usually wears hard on blushes. powder blushes don't seem to last very long on my skin so i decided to try out some cream products. everyone raved about the NYC blushable cream sticks, i bought a few and they feel too oily slick for my taste. i also tried some other creams as well, none of them seem to stay as long as this one or look as natural, or blend on as effortlessly. the texture of this isn't a "cream" it is more like a mouse-ish texture. the packaging is great in that it has a little seal to hold in the moisture so the product doesn't dry out. it is sleek looking with a clear bottom so you see how much product there is and a nice black top that ha a click once it is completely shut which is also good to keep the moisture in the product. a little goes a long way with this stuff, so this will last me a long time. i don't need to set it with a powder for it to stay all day unless i put on a little too much then i tone it down with a little powder. the cons of this are the packaging is a little deceptive, it looks much larger than it actually is. i would transfer to a different package but i want to keep it moist for as long as possible so it will stay in it's packaging. i know it is cheap, and that they do tell you how much is actually in the product but the packaging is easily more than 50% wasted space, if they made these round like the shape of the product inside and wasted less space making them square they would have saved a lot of space i my storage. this isn't a deal breaker for me by any means, i will buy this forever, the second i run out i will order 3 more to make sure i never run out again. LOVE!