Max Factor • Miracle Touch Creamy Blush (All) • Blush
|Would buy this product again.||82%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Curly, Medium Eyes: Black
I have this in Soft Copper. The color is a really lovely bronze and gives a sunkissed color to the skin. I use it on my cheeks when I wear red lipstick or I sometimes apply it on top of a pink blush to get a peachy color. <3
The lid has broken on me but I don't mind that as long as it's doing a great job.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I first wore this on my daughters birthday 2 years ago and have been wearing it ever since.My mum on the day was like I love your blusher what is it and where can I buy it from.She said it looked so nice and dewy which is what I want.I told her but let her have mine and I bought a new one that was the soft murino, I usually wear soft coper as I have dark brown hair and dark brown eyes and this colour looks nice on me.You do have to have a dewy foundation with this as my skin is combi dry cheeks so this makes me look nice and fresh, I use pixiwoo stippling brush or fingers and it looks fine, blends really well.Well it works for me and iv'e had a few comments on it so Im happy enough with it.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy Eyes: Green
I bought this in Soft Pink. The colour is nice enough. The texture is a bit lipglossy for me. I don't think the staying power is there for me. If I was in Australia, I would buy the Bloom cream blush. The texture is a little dryer, which I think adds to the staying power. (The colours are nicer, too!)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Funny when I first bought and tried this blush I could not get on with it at all. I am not good with cream blushes. I want to love them- the lovely fresh, dewy, glowing effect they can produce is right up my street but the skin on my cheeks is quite dehydrated and even with primer and moisturiser it just seems to want to soak up the product; which results in dodgy patchy blush.
Anyway I thought I'd give this a go because it gets featured in magazines all the time and I don't want to miss out on something that might be brilliant! I bought Soft Pink #14. In the pot it isn't a very soft pink at all- it's bright and warm. The formula is gel like rather than cream in my opinion. You need very little to get an intense effect- I find that two or three very light dabs per cheek is enough for me. Application is, I think, where I went wrong the first time. I used my fingers and found it really difficult to get an even, natural blend that didn't look like a heat rash. However, I have given it another go using my trusty Une blusher brush (it is quite stiff, flat topped) and I achieved a much more diffuse and agreeable flush.
For my own skin tone I think a slightly redder shade would be a bit more natural and flattering on me but that isn't a fault of the product itself.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
No, don't buy this. Just don't. It is not easy to work with, smells like those make up crayons for kids, and most importantly, I've never seen anyone look good in this.
I binned mine, wouldn't give this away, that would be rude.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is worth its weight in gold. Such a beautiful texture! It's almost like a gel. It adds color and sheen, but no sparkle. It gives you that dewy, expensive looking skin, for a drug-store price! This product really blends into the skin and has a moist finish. I apply it with a dense, medium-size powder brush, which give me a thin coat, then I blend out the edges with my fingers and my foundation brush. I have oily skin and this seems to stay put. It may not stay in place during the really warm, humid weather, but it's been a perfect way to add freshness to my skin during the winter months. I have super-pale skin and the Soft Pink and Cardinal (which is a coral) are great. Tried the Murano but it's too dark.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Lovely product to wear over foundation, but not if you wear powder. Impossible to blend evenly.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
Good blush! I've been using Shiseido, Clarins and Mac blushes for the past years but saw the good reviews for this Max Factor one. This blush I got in soft pink, which is not as soft as it sounds. It's a bright pinky peach. Because it's not a heavy or unnatural colour it's very easy to apply. The texture also makes it glide on. Which is better than a rather sticky creme blush of MAC I used before, in a similar colour. The packaging is cheap but I like that it is so small. It takes ages to finish blush so I much prefer to buy a smaller amount. Looking forward to check this stuff out in a few other colours although this one is pretty perfect.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I have this in soft pink and I love it! It is a natural pink colour which leaves a lovely glow to the skin. I apply it with my fingers and find its easy to blend. It lasts about 5 hours on me even when I powder over it so not the longest wearing product.
The packaging could definately be improved. I actually lost the lid of mine, but I depotted it into a travel container which is a better size anyway.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Relaxed, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I have all 4 colours available in the UK and LOVE them all: soft pink (cute baby pink), soft candy (pretty red shade), soft copper (bronzy shade) and soft murano (a brighter fucsia - but sheer).
My favourites year round are soft pink and soft candy, as they give a pretty flushed look. When I am a bit more tanned, I LOVE soft copper and I think it's the perfect shade if you're going for the sun-kissed look.
Soft murano I reckon would be very pretty on olive skin tones, but on me I wear it either when I'm a bit darker or wear bronzer, or with smokey eyes!
They are not cheap (£7 for a little pot here in the UK), but they will last forever and they are very good quality. Easy to work with and blend, sheer but buildable, and great if you skin is normal to dry. I really prefer them in the colder months when my cheeks get drier and powders become a bit harder to work with and don't feel as nice on the skin.
You can apply these with a brush (say a stippling brush), but I prefer to use my fingers to help warm up the product.
The only downside is the flimsy cap - two of mine have cracked :(