|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Fine Eyes: Blue
This matte berry blush brightens my very fair warm complexion and makes my eyes sparkle. At first I thought it would be too much, but it is sheer. I actually find a bright blush like this done sheer looks far more natural than brown-based blushes! I love how it always goes on smooth and matte, never chalky nor cakey. It fades slightly so I and slightly more than I need and its about the right intensity in an hour. I often take this with me for travel as the compact is light, the brush soft and large, and the mirror just usable.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
NC20-25 OLIVE SKIN- WORKS WONDERS SIMILAR SHADE ON ME AS MAC LADYBLUSH (WHICH IS NOW DISCONTINUED) A COOL BERRY SHADE- SLIGHT NUDE - LOOKS V NATURAL AND NOT BORING. Cheap compared to my Chanel/Mac products which is good as I dont use products after their expiry dates. I will update on how the product reacted on my skin. The product packaging seems alittle boring but then I guess it is targeted for various customers and not just the younger market, nice pop up mirror comes with a brush- I prefer using my angled brushes for blush but great product. Super smooth application- better than my Mac powder blush (I can barely get the Mac blush out of the pan) -With this blush I dont have to worry about break outs hopefully as it is powder and not creme based- 1 lippy off as the packaging did not scream out to me like some others do...although it was simple and somewhat elegant.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
After reading so many good reviews on this blush, I decided to go out and buy it. Oh, and I also had a $5 off coupon, so I ended up paying about 3-4 dollars. I immediately swatched the blush when I got home and it barely showed up on my finger! The pigmentation was not as great as other reviewers have reviewed (I may have gotten a bad one?). It is slightly buildable on my medium to tan skin. It shows up really faint and slightly natural looking pink. I'll keep it around for days when I quickly want to apply makeup (I won't look like a clown with a heavy and fast hand).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Wow, I absolutely love this blush! I first bought the Revlon Matte Blush in Perfectly Peach (which is also amazing), but then I decided to try this one out. When I first used it, I ended up applying too much! Blushing Berry is a pigmented, medium-deep pink, and I have to use it with a light hand. It gives a nice, rosy glow that lasts all day without fading! The only problem I have with this is the flimsy packaging. I know I'll buy this again, though, if I can finish it!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This is not pigmented enough to show up on my medium-tan skin - I have to apply 3-4 times as much as I would of a normal blush. I also don't think it blends well - when I try to blend it in with my foundation, I think it just all comes off. I'll probably finish this off, but will go back to Benefit, despite the fact that those are shimmery. I've heard good things about Tarte blush's so perhaps I will try those next.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
This is a pretty blush. I don't know why I bother with department store cosmetics when there are tons of gems at the drugstore, although drugstore prices are currently out of control (except for NYC, Wet n Wild and Jordana...all good brands).
This is a really pretty matte deep pinky shade. It's sheer but the color payoff is pretty good. No sparkle, no shimmer which is awesome. I used to use Revlon blushes years ago. I'm not sure why I stopped but I will buy the others in this line.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Gave my light-medium skin a nice rosy flush. It looks pretty and natural, however the only complaint I have about it is that it kind of makes my dry skin even drier. Packaging was decent, there's a mirror. Will continue on using it until I find a blush suitable for my dry cheeks, hmm... What about cream blush?
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I like this for when I just started wearing makeup. There isent alot of color payoff witch is good it you want a sheer wash of color. also think that if you tried you could build up the color.
I wouldn't buy this again but I definitely don not regret buying it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
More like a pink than a true berry on the cheeks. Slightly sparkly. Pretty when you can actually see it. Overpriced(like most revlon cosmetics). Not very good color pay off, decent at best. Not worth the money really. The built in mirror's pretty neat though.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Black
When these came out I bought 3 of them and they were fairly expensive.
This blush is quite hard to touch (not creamy) and the more you use the more the surface hardens and it is more difficult to pick up anything with a brush. However, you can still achieve a subtle color payoff which is fine for me as I can't wear blush that is too visible. The color is quite pretty - subtle berries.
I could recommend this but only when sold on sale. In my opinion it is not worth the full price.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I really like this blush. First of all it's matte, so that's a huge plus. Matte blushes just seem to look more natural, like the actual flush on your cheeks rather than sparkly blushes. I really would like to try other colors too, but I loved this! It just looks very natural and pretty. I think it will be great too in the mid of winter to give you that "just in from the cold" look. The packaging is a bit cheap, but that's not a deal breaker for me.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Other, Straight Eyes: Blue
The Revlon Matte Powder Blush is the worst blush I have ever owned. I purchased the blush in Blushing Berry from Walgreens the other day. I was extremely excited to finally get a high quality (in drugstore terms) blush, because I had been using a cheap four dollar CoverGirl blush. I hadn't read any reviews on this blush before I purchased it, but I bought it on a whim and decided that since it's Revlon it would be a good product. Oh boy was I wrong! I HATE this blush. I have spent a great deal of time swiping my finger across the blush. There is no color pay off what-so-ever. The only time I get even slightest bit of color is when I break it up a bit and swipe color with my finger, because the brush won't pick anything up. However, even that won't add any noticeable color to my extremely pale cheeks. All I can say is thank God this blush was 40% off. Otherwise, I would be in Walgreens arguing my butt off to get a full refund for this horrible blush. I would never recommend this to a friend, and I most certainly will never purchase another blush from Revlon again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
love this blush, have only started using it again as was getting fed up with my bourjois blush always drying up.
This is great, lovely flushed colour. Natural coverage. happy days!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
Packaging is lovely, matte just as it says, very smooth formula. My only problem with this is the color. It looks berry in the container but when used on my cheeks it turns an odd orangey shade after a while. Weird and unexplainable. I would not purchase this particular color again. I gave it to my mom who seems to like it much more than me. Oh well, it was on sale at big lots for 2$ so not a big loss. :D
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Other
I decided to give a couple of the Revlon matte blushes a try based on reviews here (Blushing Berry and Rose Rapture). I am seriously loving these blushes. This is, perhaps, all the more astonishing as I only recently received a number of MAC powder and cream blushes. These Revlon products have the MAC ones beat, hands-down. I'm rather regretting my MAC purchases at this point. I bought the Revlon products on a "buy one, get one 50% off" deal this weekend at a local Walgreens. So, all told, two blushes for about $15, as opposed to one MAC blush for that price (+ a little more). I wore the Blushing Berry today on top of a little Revlon lipstick used as cream blush (the new Colorburst line in Carnation). The color is lovely without being too loud, but it definitely adds color to my very pale skin. Now, about 14 hours later, my cheeks still have a lovely defined color. That's staying power for you. Wow, Revlon you so impress me with your matte blushes, your super lustrous lipstick line, your matte lipstick line, and your new Colorburst lipstick line. I don't have any reason to stray to more expensive brands anymore at all. They only seem to disappoint. Thanks Revlon!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Love it. Looking to build my everyday signature look, for which I'd like pink/natural cheeks. I have other pink blushes but they're too vibrant/clowny (lol) - or they didn't show up. This is perfect, I'm also thrilled for how pale/natural it is, it does show up (W5 in L'Oreal True Match). My only complaint, the packaging. I could do without the mirror and brush, and instead make the block of blush bigger. This a keeper for sure.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Oily, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I have checked off that I would buy this product again which I will because of the broad range shades and because my real favourite, Rimmel seems to have been discontinued which was half the price and much more small and compact to keep in the purse or make-up bag. So that brings me to my only beef about this blush- the big compact that accomodates that cheesy freebie brush that nobody should ever be using. Just eliminate thse please and make the copntainer smaller. Also the pop out mirror just adds unneccessary weight to the item weighing down your makeup bag or purse. The mirror is too smal and just ends up dusty so it is not really useful, another thing that could be eliminated to reduce price and bulk.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I love this for an everyday no hassle blush. It's matte, so you can pair it with a shimmery eyeshadow and not worry about looking like a shimmer party, or you can apply it with matte shadows for a natural look. This particular color gives my pale skin the perfect natural flush. It's pretty pigmented so you can build it up if you wish. I've almost hit pan on mine, and i'd defiantly repurchase after i'm out.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
it is a great quality D/S blush, I think it is even better than some of MAC matte blushes.I love the staying power, I have combination to oily skin, it stays put for 6-7 hours which to me is amazing.I am NC25 with yellow undertone,most berry tone blushes would not work for me,but this one works perfect.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Dark Hair: Black Eyes: Black
This is a great Matte Blush. This is a nice pale pink, and would look great on several different skin tones! I really think the quality is great for this product. It is comparible to my MAC blushes.