|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: Unknown Skin: Very Oily Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I bought this in two colors: Pinched Pink and Sugar Plum. They look pretty in the container, but neither one does anything for me. In fact, even with the lightest application, both colors are much too dark for my fair complexion. Also, I think this is very expensive for a drugstore blush, and the packaging is very awkward. It would be pretty hard to carry this product around in your purse. Despite all the raves, I don't think there's anything special about this blush. And it's certainly not very natural looking. I’m glad I bought these at a 2-for-1 sale at Walgreen’s and didn't pay full price. But even if there’s another sale, I won't be repurchasing.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I have this in (I think) bare pink? It is the lightest pink shade. Similar to Benefit's Dandelion but a smidge more flushed on me. A very flattering shade, never looks like makeup but brightens my face. A bit on the sparkly side but not too bad. Brush is soft and dispenses product well without need for another blush brush, however I dislike the whole having-to-turn-it-upside-down-and-shake-product-out thing. Also afraid to put it in my bag for fear it will pop open and pinkify my purse! A lovely blush in a not-so-lovely container.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I must say I am quite impressed with this product. I don't usually buy drugstore products, but since there was a special (BOGOF) at Long's Drugs, I decided to give Bare Naturale Mineral Blush a chance. I opted for a natural shade judging from the color in the container (Bare Honey) since it's summer. This is a finely-milled loose powder yet I found the texture to be a little on the chalky side. I would describe the color as a toned down terracotta. However, on my cheeks, it imparts a golden glow from within---the perfect "sunkissed" look I'm always striving for. The clever packaging makes it easy for traveling but beware since this is a loose powder it can get messy if you aren't careful. The mini kabuki brush is not bad at all, just remember to tap off the excess powder. Not too bad for drugstore! On the other hand, the price was steep for DS ($15)...a couple bucks more, you can get yourself a MAC blush. If it's possible, wait for a BOGOF coupon. But, I'll let you be the judge. The other shade I got for free was from their new collection, also a mineral blush, called Rosy Glow. Yet, another winner from this line of mineral blush! [NC35, normal/dry]
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I got this in the bare honey color for around 14.99. Its at the upper end of your drugstore blush. Almost everything is fantastic about it esp color and packaging, even the brush is surprisingly good. I have to deduct one lippie though because the staying power is sub par. Unless I put more than I intend too, it fades off and I have had to reapply more than once in a day. I'm currently playing with the application to see if I can do something about it. Will update. BUt for now, will not buy this again.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I LOVE this blush. I have this in Soft Rose and Shimmering Bronze. My skin is pretty pale, so I kind of have to go easy with this product. Just a tad wakes up my cheeks, brings out my high cheek bones and looks so natural on. The brush that this comes with, like that of the foundation, is not the greatest quality, but I just use my trusty BE and Japonesque brushes which are very good quality and affordable. The color lasts me all day and into the night and looks great. Highly recommend.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I bought this in the Plum Sugar color to wear along w/ the mineral foundation. I love it. The color is beautiful and a perfect amount of color for my cheeks. Not overly pigmented and blended naturally on my cheeks.
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Love it! The color is sheer and natural (Pinched Pink). Like the previous comment, I have to say that package is rather a little bulky to fit in your makeup bag. But like the saying -- don't judge the product by its package. This blush powder is beautifully sheer. I love and I will definitely buy it again.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I picked this blush up in Pinched Pink on a whim and I absolutely love it. I am a drugstore makeup girl at heart and this is the best that I've found so far. It gave me the perfect "just came in from the cold" pink cheeks and a nice subtle glow. The packaging is bulky and slightly awkward but I love the loose powder so oh well. It is also pricey for drugstore makeup, but as far as I'm concerned it's absolutely worth the price. I will definitely buy this again!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Loreal's new mineral blushes are a dupe for BE mineral blushes. Loreal released these in the last two weeks and with great sales, I was able to pick up three of them (bronze, bare honey, and rose, IIRC). The blushes are finely milled and are very natural upon application. The bronze shade is supposed to have shimmer, but I don't see any. The price is steep, $14-15, but you get a good amount, and it's still cheaper than any other mineral blush on the market. I absolutely hate the packaging because it doesn't allow me to swirl the powder anywhere. I have to find my own lid. And the brush is so-so. I can't wait until Loreal comes out with more shades!