|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Other Eyes: Green
I needed that " flushed from the outisde" look now that my tan has faded and summer gone and this delivers big time. Very unique texture because its a cream to powder so unlike other cream blushes, it doesn't need to be set with powder( I think that defeats the purpose anyway) I am fair with green eyes and this medium rose works well with my colouring. I also just dabbed it on my lips and ...hey, not bad. Another ELF winner for me.
Update: After using this a month, 2 things to point out:
1) Use a dab or moisturizer to dilute the intensity when applied with a brush
2) Amazing lasting power, perhaps the best I have ever had.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
This is my favorite color in the Studio creme blushes. It's a perfect peachy pink. I apply it with a regular blush brush and buff it in. I can wear it on it's own but I also love to layer another peachy pink powder blush over the top. It makes the colors pop so much more and it lasts all day. For the price, I feel like this was a real steal. Only thing I don't like is the packaging. It's really bulky and hard to travel with.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This cream blush is very very nice! Makes my cheeks "pop"! Very smooth and blends pretty good! It looks dry at first when you first open it, but its very pigmented and the colors are very pretty. Soft and matte too! This comes in handy for hot summers. :)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Love it! I would definitely buy this again.
'Heartbreaker' is a rosy pink matte shade, which really complements my fair, cool toned skin and gives me that 'just stepped out from the cold' natural-looking flush!
The product is a lot firmer in texture than other cream blushes I've tried, so it does require a bit more effort to apply, which I do using my fingers. The blush creates a powder finish once on the skin which is beautifully silky-looking. I found the staying-power excellent.
The only thing I am not keen on is the excessively bulky pot!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Like the previous reviewer has mentioned, this cream blush has an usual texture. It feels like foam/mousse and doesn't have the typical "slippery" texture a cream blush has. The texture is a little hard so it takes some effort to blend out evenly. However, with that said, I found it blended to a powdery finish and didn't require setting with a powdered blush over it. My cheeks are drier than the other areas of my face and I didn't have a problem with this becoming oily throughout the course of the day. The shade 'Heartbreaker' is a medium rose pink with no shimmer and the packaging is quite bulky for the amount of product you get.
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. The packaging is a little square and bulky IMO, makes it look way bigger than it is...
COLOR: Less orangey than the internet pic, a little more nude :)