|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I love this blush! It's very pigmented and perfect for spring ^.^ its fluffy and soft! I apply with a lancome highlighting brush.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I'm tan/olive skin tone & this shows up incredibly. Buildable, extremely pigmented, & awesome creamy mousse texture. So much product for the price. I recommend this to everyone!!! No need to spend all your money on high end cream blushes when this quality is just as good if not BETTER than the higher end cream blushes. There is not a single negative quality of this product. BUY BUY BUY!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is the first cream blush I have ever used, and I threw it in my online cart without even checking the reviews on mua which is rare for me.
I have to say, for $6 it is still a bargain considering how much you get AND the fact that it has such good pigmentation that a little goes a long way. I use a little bit of powder blush over it to set it, but for someone with combination skin (which turns oily in summer) this blush is fantastic. The only reason i didn't give it a 5 is the is annoyingly bulky packaging, but for the price it is a great buy.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Oily, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
this blush is AWESOME! i try all different blushes from high end to cheap & for the $ it is just a A STEAL. you get so, so much product & also very high end packaging to boot. the packaging is very sleek-it is square w/a clear bottom along black lid w/ the E.L.F name in silver on top. really, the packaging is better than any high end blushes i have looked at :). it has the consistancy of a nerf ball if that makes any sense- very spongy & bouncy. i found the best way to apply it is with a semi-hard brush. i just dab the top of the blush a couple times & blend on the apples of my cheeks.on the brush is looks like little dots but that is all you need b/c a little goes a long way & it is so perfect for adding layers-never turns cakey. it goes on naturally & looks like your are lit from within plus it feels like nothing is on your skin. AN OILY SKIN PEOPLE MUST BUY THIS BLUSH!!!!! i have very oily skin & it stays on 12 hours or more. always remember primer plus your foundation then put blush on top. i actually feel asleep w/ this on & woke up & it was still there. GREAT PRODUCT FROM ELF!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Let me start off by saying this is the first cream blush I have ever tried. It doesn't feel like a cream, not like cream liners or cream anything I have tried. It's more whipped and fluffy, like a mousse, or brand new playdough. The expiration date says12 months and the price is $6, while before it was $3 to clear up any confusions with other reviews. Sadly, the amount isn't listed on the box so I can't let you know even after researching.
This blush claims to have a "cream to powder finish" and is oil free. The directions DO tell you to apply with fingers, so I'm sick of reviews complaining it didn't work with a brush -_-
I have very dry skin, and this product gave it a natural glow that didn't look dry, even with a powder blush layered over it. It does have a very natural finish unless you use more of it, (therefore it is build-able.) It does last long, and also helps the lasting power of your cream blushes.
I very much like this product, I'm just disappointed the price got hiked up to twice as much.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
This is way more pink than I expected. I have to apply it extremely lightly, with a stippling brush, or else i'll look like a clown. However, it is really great for the price, and looks nice and dewy on my skin. So much better for dry skin than a powder blush. I plan on getting more colors. The packaging is bulky but attractive. It looks very high-end.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Let me start off by saying I never understood how to use cream blush. It feels like it would just smear off my foundation so I've always stayed away. I decided to try one of these when they had their 70% off sale. I got this for under $2. Regularly it is $6 and while it isn't expensive, I couldn't bring myself to purchase it because I was unsure of how to use it.
The texture is definitely not a cream. Like others mentioned, it's more of a mousse. The package is bulky, but nonetheless it is very nice. Sometimes I do have a hard time screwing it closed because the threading is made of cheap plastic.
I use this blush when I want a natural wash of color on the apples of my cheeks. It's not nearly as bright as it looks in the container but is very buildable. I take the Studio angled foundation brush and swipe it once or twice into the product. Then I take the brush and hold it so that the angled part is aligned with the fullest part of my cheek and gently wipe towards my hair line.
It lasts a fair amount of time like any blush on me. I can't say it lasts longer than a powdered blush but I do like to keep in mind that everyone is different.
If you like cream or mousse blush and can get this during a sale. I'd recommend giving it a try. You don't have much to lose.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This is a nice blush, and the color goes a long way. Like others have mentioned, it is more of a mousse texture rather than cream. I apply this with the Elf stipple brush (not the best, but gets the job done). just a couple light dabs in the container and i get very good color pigmentation. This color goes great with my skin tone. It is a bright pink color, but not obnoxious (I am light/tan Aisan tone). It also lasts for the whole day on me, and it lasts throughout my gym workout. Even though i have sensitive, acne prone skin, I do not break out from this. The only con I dislike about this is I wish it were just a little light matte. It definitely shows up very very matte, so I use a highlighter to bring some sheen to my cheeks. I do like this blush a lot and next time I will get the Heartbreaker one. It's $6 on the elf site, but I usually wait when elf has 50% off studio sale. And yes, the packaging is pretty bulky. The little jar way too big for the amount of product inside.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I LOVE this blush! It's really a mousse, not a cream, but it really is beautiful. I am buying the other colors with my next order. I use a stippling brush and it blends out gorgeous. It's a perfect pop of bright pink. I like to set it with my Victoria's secret blush in "wild" which I think may be discontinued, but any complementary shade will work; and it'll last all day!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
This color is awesome! It's a very pretty bubble gum pink and it looks beautiful on fair skin (I'm NW15). The texture is a mousse-like cream and it applies well with a MAC 187 stippling brush. It blends like a dream and the coverage is very buildable. I apply about 3 coats to get the shade that I want. Afterward, I apply NYX's powder blush in the color 'natural' on top to help the color last longer throughout the day. My only complaint is the packaging, which is rather bulky and takes up a bit of room in my makeup drawer. But the color, texture, and blendability of this blush are all wonderful. For $6 I'm very impressed!