La Femme Blush On Rouge Powder Blush

La Femme Blush On Rouge Powder Blush


76 reviews

86% would repurchase

Package Quality: 3.7

Price: $

Package Quality: 3.7

Price: $


Talc, Mineral Oil, Zinc Stearate, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Imidazolidinyl Urea.

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Age: 19-24

Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Brown, Neutral

Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Brown

HG BLUSHES! The only reason I buy other brands if there is a color that La Femme doesn't do. They are so pigmented yet look so beautiful! Just remember to buff and blend the blush well, and build with tiny amounts of color at a time. And, the price! It's like the perfect BAE blush - makes you beautiful, gives you the high quality high-end like results you deserve and understands that your budget is important <3

The colors "Peach" and "orange" are both matte and MY TOP FAVOURITES. Orange looks so natural and beautifully flushed (if applied and blended properly), and not garish at all! For reference, I am C6 in Mac Face & Body. PLEASE BUY THESE, LOVE THESE AND THESE WILL NEVER FAIL YOU <3

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Age: 25-29

Skin: Very Dry, Deep Dark, Warm

Hair: Black, Other, Medium

Eyes: Brown

LF blushes take a lot of effort to make it work. Truthfully it is so pigmented it launches you into the fastlane to clown. However with some expert techniques, you can get it to look from somewhere better than good ol' NYX blushes to almost as good as industry favorites like MAC and NARS blushes. Here is a list of the things I have done to make it work for me:

1. Touch brush barely into product and lightly dust on cheeks.

2. Use a mattifying primer. As a dry skin lady, I was always using hydrating products that had a tendency to make these blushes more garish. Primers like ulta flawless primer and Mac skin base visage create a nice base for a well blended blush versus an in-your-face blush.

3. In addition to other techniques, applying powder foundation and/or setting powder all over face and/or directly in blush area before and/or after applying blush (do you see how complicated this is?) can also create a well-blended, natural, airbrushed effect the likes of MAC blush.

Much like adding powder over eyelids after priming before applying eyeshadow, this technique help the color blend flawlessly into the overall makeup application.

4. Lightly blend (and lightly/slightly build up if necessary) face powder into areas as needed to tone down blush color and blend seamlessly.

5. Applying highlighter also tones down the appearance of the blush so that it looks more natural.

With these techniques, LF blushes can bring lots of warmth, joy and light to your face...and to others--because when it is right, it is stunning!! <3

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on 3/12/2016 1:54:00 PM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Warm

Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Brown

for the price or even without considering price,these are super high quality.yes,they kick up up a lot of dust but it is not something that is going to affect the final,results are beautiful,blended and long lasting pop of color on cheeks. what more can one ask for? right!

Age: 30-35

Skin: Very Dry, Olive, Not Sure

Hair: Black, Other, Other

Eyes: Black

I bought three of these blushes: Soft Beige, Dusty Rose, and Russet. Like other reviewers have said, these blushes are very pigmented and have good staying power, but are super dusty. I have them in a MAC pro palette without an insert and they just get over everything. This doesn't stop me from lemming a few more though! I bought Soft Beige hoping to use it as a contour shade, but it is too warm. It does work as a natural blush. I was hoping Russet would be dupish for Bare Minerals Warmth but isn't rich enough and it has micro glitters. Dusty Rose also has micro glitter. The website (Camera Ready Cosmetics) is not very helpful with their swatches, so make sure you google for them. I looked up swatches but somehow missed the fact that Russet had glitter. Despite these minor flaws, I've been loving these blushes. I apply them with my Elf studio powder brush because its the fluffiest one in my collection. These come in 35mm pans so they are smaller than MAC. I had to glue magnets to them to get them to stay in the palette. These are a cheap thrill and worth the hassle.

on 8/13/2014 6:53:00 PM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral

Hair: Black, Straight, Medium

Eyes: Brown

Gosh, I don't know when I discovered these but I'm so glad I did. My emphasis on certain products comes and goes but I usually do from time to time crave a good blush. La Femme makes great powder blushes. These are SOOOOO pigmented! I know a lot of MUAs and women all over "swirl" their brushes into their blush, but trust me, all you need to do is lightly pay the brush head into the blush for all the color you need.

Warning, they do have a vintage smell (not necessarily "Grandma") that reminds me of a powder room, but it's undetectable after buffing it into your cheeks.

60s mod is in vogue (Gucci F/W 2014) as well as through entertainment (Mad Men) but I actually got my inspiration from Valley of the Dolls - I lightly apply the cheeks in a "hump" below the apples of my cheeks, into my bronzer (which is on the hollows of my cheeks). It's a nice, very classy look that I find more flattering than the "upward stroke" blushing that most MUAs use.

I have 4 shades but I mainly use Nectar Peach, I think? It's a cool-toned variety (which probably helps as I'm cool-toned!) that's a nude-y peach with some pink. Very flattering.

And they only cost $3-4 a piece online!

Age: 25-29

Skin: Combination, Olive, Not Sure

Hair: Black, Other, Other

Eyes: Black

update 2/2015:
up to 4 stars

i gave these babies one more chance, took time and played with them. im very impressed with the pigmentation and lasting quality. tho it's dusty, i can get by with it.

i have to mix 2-3 shades to get my perfect blush color, depending on the kind of makeup look im going for. i use only matte shades for the cheeks. the ones with pearl or shimmer are what i use as eyeshadows.

$3.50 per pan refill is sooo worth it.


Veeery pigmented, lasts whole day.

Can be used as overall face color, eyeshadow, lip adjuster as well.

The only problem I had is its undertone. Most are cool. even with the peach variant, these are still on the coolish/neutral tone.

I remember swatching a warm shade but the formula is forgettable, blah.

I think this is good for those with cool and neutral undertones.

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on 1/24/2014 1:30:00 PM

Age: 36-43

Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Brown, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

Deserving to be part of any blush lover, collection. Use a stippling brush and a very light hand, and your cheecks wiil thank you! My favorite colors are peach, pink flamingo, and terrecota.

Gooo out and get some!!!

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Age: 56 & Over

Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral

Hair: Brown, Other, Fine

Eyes: Hazel

This blush has been around since I was a teen. I tried it then because it was cheap and that's all I could afford. I didn't really know how to blend blush back then and it didn't work well for me because they are so highly pigmented. Since then, I've learned a few things and LaFemme is now my favorite go to blush, as in Holy Grail status!

The colors are amazing and stay true without oxidizing. Several colors work for me but Misty Plum is my favorite. I find that Elf small stippling brush is a great brush to use with this because it doesn't pick up so much product. I also use Elf's flat top brush and that works just as well. I don't swirl the brush in the product, I kind of touch the top of the brush on the pan and start applying. Apply first to the check area that you want the highest density of color and start blending from there,

5 of 5 people found this helpful.

on 12/26/2013 6:04:00 AM

Age: 25-29

Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral

Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Grey

I love these blushes. They are super cheap, extremely pigmented and come in a convenient pan form (like MAC pro pans but larger). (they also come in plastic packaging for an extra price if you don't have a Z-palette type)
Apricot- peach color, on the pink side
Peach- peach color more on the orange side than apricot (I prefer apricot, as I'm very pink toned)
Misty plum- pink with a hint of purple
Scarlet- light (blue-toned) pink
Coral spice- mid-toned pink with much shimmer (some people say this is a dupe for NARS Orgasm)

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on 12/17/2013 2:30:00 AM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Black, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

Everyone needs to know about these blushes. These are amazing, absolutely amazing. The quality and pigmentation is ridiculous. You barely need to even swipe a brush across the top to get strong pigmentation, which also means it's very easy to put too much blush on. The variety of colors is fantastic and I love that you can customize your own blush palette (one palette is 12 colors) to suit your skintone/preferences. The price also can't be beat - $2.50! Ridiculously cheap for the quality and pigmentation you get. There's also a variety of finishes including sparkle, satin, and matte. The BEST blushes on the market.

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