|Would buy this product again.||83%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Stila CCs are absolutely fabulous! I love Peony and switch it up constantly with Lilium and Rose. Peony is a pretty warm, brownish pink like color. It looks very natural on my light warm skin. It gives me that really pretty flush on the cheeks, and looks like it comes from within. I love the compact so it's easy to take with me in a bag and touch up as needed. I don't really use it on my lips, as I much prefer a red/rose like color. Also, I have oily/combo skin, and have not had any problem with breakouts. This is one cream blush that I can wear with not problem.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I LOVE Stila's CC blushes, and Peony is one of my favorites! It's similar to, but darker and less pink than Lillium. A great everyday medium neutral pink shade, that will most likely work with many skintones. CC blushes initially my feel greasy, but once applied and set it's not the least bit greasy, just beautiful, easy to blend, and glowing! Stila's packing is also tooooo cute! Would repurchase, but one compact lasts forever, even with daily use!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Stila's CC in Peony is a wonderful everyday blush for me. I am very pale but neutral-toned, and this nude pink is very flattering on me. It compliments a variety of looks, I can wear it on those no-makeup days or build it up a bit for more of a flush. I love the texture and consistency, and it wears very well on me. (Please note: sometimes I do set it with powder, like MUFE HD, just to increase the staying power without altering the color.)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I love the convertible colors and this one is my favorite. The color looks great on most people and it isn't too overpowering the way some creams can be. Peony is a nice natural flat peach color. I apply it on my cheeks with a flat top synthetic brush and it blends great and stays put all day. I use my fingers sometimes too which is just as effective. This doesn't break out my sensitive skin and its very natural finish. Not too shimmery. It also looks great if you put a powder blush over it for an extra pop or more shimmery finish. It creates a good base that helps the powder to stick to. I really only use these as cream blushes bc I think they look a little weird as lip color but I'm not a big lipstick wearer to begin with. Overall, love this product and its a main staple in my collection.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Black
I love layering this with Everyday Minerals' Bollywood blush, combined, they create a very beautiful peachy--pink that would compliment my NC35 yellow toned skin. It gives a very natural flush, very suitable for daily usage.
At first, I did not like the texture since it reminds me of pigmented lip conditioner, I was afraid it's going to turn oily on my skin. But once applied, the texture helps to blend easily. The other cream blush I use is Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge and the Stila is way easier to apply and blend.
As for the staying power, I always top it with other blush to help it lasts longer, I don't really believe it will stay since I have oily skin.
The packaging sort of looks cheap, but it works effectively so it doesn't really matter. It's made of plastic so I don't need to worry about any kind of fragility. It's also very compact.
I really recommend this product, use it with finger or any stippling brush, it's very easy to apply and the result is very natural.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Im on my 2nd compact of this! I absolutely love this shade. I like using this on my lips more than on my cheeks. The shade is so flattering either way (i am a light/medium beige with yellow undertones). A neutral pinky brown. A bit pricey but I love the color so much i will get it again. Also I noticed the color when used on my lips has really strong staying power. Not like semi permanent but much more so than regular lipstick.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I received this in a mini version in a Stila set I got from StrawberryNet. I did not care at first then I tried and I absolutely loved loved loved it. It is a color that I would describe as a tawny or peachy brown and I think it flatters my MAC NC 25 / 30 complexion very much. It looks very neutral, very sweet, I don't only wear it for day make up but also for night make up too. If I wear my eye make very heavy then like to tone down my cheeks and lips and pop out my eyes only, and this is the blush for that look. This is also the color I use if I I am in a hurry and I do not want to think about color matching, because I know it will match with anything. Girls with medium warm undertones should definetly check it out.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight Eyes: Green
This has to be my absolute favorite lip product. This is one the one lip color that actually stays put, does not settle into fine lip lines and last a very long time- even with a gloss over top. Awhile ago, I received this in a swap as an extra (I have the sample size) and I never reached for it since I don't like cream blushes. One day, after being fed up that most of my lipsticks (everything from MAC to NYX) would vanish quite quickly after applying a lipgloss. I decided to try this out of the blue, and within a minute, this sort of adhered to my lips- I topped it off with NYX's 'sweetheart' megashine and was left with the perfect nude lip. The color if this is a peachy coral, and so many lipglosses in my collection go amazingly well with those over top- NYX's megashine's in: Smokey Look, Sweetheart, Beige, Frosted Beige, Pink frost and some of the round lipglosses as well. I have been using this for ages and have not touched any of my other lippies because this beats them all out, not to mention I *just* hit pan on this after 6 months of usage (keep in mind, I have the small sample compact) ..... I'm very seriously considering purchasing a full size, and maybe even try another color. As a blush, I just found this to thick- but a lipstick...WOW :)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I got this in a Stila Couture in a Can that was in a clearance sale at Ulta. I would have never bought this product on sight by itself. But, I was totally proven wrong in my assumptions about this when I actually put it on. This past summer, coral was a big trend, but coral is typically unwearable for fair skinned types. Stila's Peony is a coral-ish shade that is actually wearable for fair skinned types. In the pan, it looked like one of those brown shades that I made a point of avoiding in the 90s and didn't want to try now. However, it doesn't look brown at all when applied. For some reason, this isn't drying at all on my lips, but I don't doubt effects varying from person to person. While it's okay as a blush on me, I like it better as a lip color on me, but I could see other women finding the opposite to be true. To be totally strict in my review, of all the Stila Convertible Colors available, I can't honestly say this is the most universal, play-it-safe shade. So, if you see another Stila Convertible Color that looks more wearable, go for it. But of the many corals I've seen offered these past few months, Peony has succeeded where so many others failed with my fair skin.
Update: Since this review, I tried another Convertible Color and did notice it was a bit drying without any balm underneath. So, I see what other reviewers mean about this product. I think the particular batch of Peony I got must be much moister than Convertible Color can be.
Final Update: I found I never use this, despite its nice color. So, I'm lowering my ratings. I find I end up using instead Tarte's dollface cheek stain instead: it has a more sheer, buildable finish that's easier to work with, as opposed to Stila.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I actually don't own the full size. But once I run out of my sample, I'm definitely buying the full size! I apply this with a MAC 187 brush, and it makes it look very natural. It doesn't look very appealing in the packaging, but it's beautiful on!
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I don't actually own this(yet)but tried it at Urban Outfitters - wow! I've seen it at Sephora too. This might be HG cream blush material here, with this color! It really works well on my NC25 complexion, worn as a pop of color over Physicians Formula Baked Bronzer in Baked Tan(which I use around the perimeter of face in the 3-pattern of brushing it on, to give face some more definition and warmth) - guaranteed glowing combo that looks completely natural. I am so-o going back to buy the Stila product! I had worn a couple of the MAC cream blushes before but they d/c one of the colors that I really liked. Stila has a winner with this color as it combines the best of neutral, peachy with just enough pink to take it away from being too orangey on cheeks. It's not that easy to find such a color. I
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight Eyes: Brown
The first cream blush i bought and i don't regret it. I use it everyday because it's easy and quick. The color at first doesn't look all that appealing on pan, but when you apply it on your cheek, it comes alive. The formulation of the product is on the sticky side, but the tackyness goes away when blended. They advertise this as being dual purpose for cheek and lips, but it's a little drying on my lips. The only downside for me is that the price is a little steep. I have a little sample size one that came in a sample set of foundations from last year's holiday set. Won't purchase it again because i have a lot of product left.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is such a beautiful color once applied on the skin. It is a mix of brown and pink. It gives off the perfect dewy glow to your skin. It is way better than the mac blushes in my opinion. The colors are way more pigmented. It is perfect all year round. However the only downside is that dust gets captured easily in the blush. However this is a con for all cream blushes. A must have!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I got this as part of a package from Ulta so it was only a few dollars and is a small size of peony. It is not something I'd pick myself since I like pinks better but it is a nice neutral peach color and ok if used with a light hand on my skin. A little too peachy for repurchase though and the CCs do not last too long if not set with powder which defeats the purpose IMO. It looks passable on my lips when they are looking more pigmented but I can definitely see it looking muddy if my lips go all pale. It is dewey?creamy on my cheeks and dry on my lips but an overall decent color for a natural look. I am pretty fair skinned with a slight warm undertone and dryish skin for reference.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This blush pleasantly surprised me. I got a trial size of it with a kit from Stila and wasn't even going to try it, but I'm glad I did. The color looks totally different in the pan than when you put it on your skin. The color is AMAZING. It's kind of like a dusty peachy pink color. It makes you literally glow. I wouldn't use it on my lips but it's amazing as a cream blush. The only little thing about it that I don't like is the smell. It smells kind of like medicated lip balm - not pleasant, but you can't smell it after you apply it to your cheeks. Anyway, I highly recommend this, you won't regret trying it!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Other, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I like the package and the texture of Stila Convertible colors, they are not as sticky as MAC blushcremes and still have pigment enough. I am NW 20 and this color just does not do a thing to me. It is just has too much brown or beige in it, I much prefer Lilium to this.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I love this blush ever since I got a sample last summer. However I lost the compact and I was extremely upset. My friends came to the rescue and I now have a lifetime supply of it. The color is a nice natural peach, it's not overpowering and looks great on my NC30 skin. It looks almost like I'm naturally blushing. This does not work on my lips. My lips are normally very chapped and with this, I feel like my entire lip is going to peel off due to being extremely dry!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Brown
I have a sample of the product, but it has lasted for over a year! I tried it both on my lips and cheeks, but as much as I love the color, it does not bode well on my lips. It adds a hint of color; however, i have to constantly moisturize my lips because the product sucks out all of the moisture in my lips. On my cheeks, I use an old blush brush and stiple it on the apples. Though I am not a big blush fan, I love love love the color on my cheeks. I am fairly tan and the color adds life to my face! The vintage-rose color is so beautiful and not overwhelming like a lot of blushes. It is subtle, yet perfect on several skintones! I definitely recommend!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
I'd buy it again, but doubt I will need to. I got a sample size to try it and decided I need the full size as well and will keep the sample in my to-go box. I don't know whether its the color or the texture or what, but this is the most natural looking blend for contour that I have and I use it frequently (BB cream blush in dusky rose does just as good a job on me, but is about 3 shades darker so I use that less). I love the little compact, and having discovered this makes me want to tap on the shoulder all those poor girls who've used a pink color as contour and ended up with a visible swath of pink and just tell em its over, the war is won. Seriously, I love this. Its just such a natural dusky color, hard to describe, there are pink tones there underneath but on me it tends more toward a browny coral...It contours my face and the end result is my cheekbones look amazing and it doesnt look like I'm wearing makeup at all. I use a stippling brush and use this primarily as a contour color.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Dark, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Black
Love this blush. absolutely. I always wanted a blush that looks like m naturally blushing, well this is it. The color is very pigmented, i only have to dab a little on my tan to dark asian skin (nc 42ish) wh yellow undertone and voila naturally red to pinkish brown color. The reviewer below mention this is not easy to blend, i found that if i tap tap a little on apple of my cheeks then brush it on immediately wh my blush brush it immediately blended. And to my excitement this stuff doesnt break me out...a big plus for my acne prone skin, been using it for a month n no bad reaction, thankfully. I do have to take off 1 lippie for its staying power though, it doesnt last that long on my very oily skin. Still loving it though, will buy it again when this one's finish