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ELF Studio Blush Review

18th April 2012 in Uncategorised - 28 Comments - 3 min read

Don’t you just love ELF? I got these a while ago but i have never actually blogged about them because I find some of the products cant be really hit or miss.
I love the packaging as you can see i thought they looked a lot like the NARS Blush’s where as the NARS Blushes have a matte case these don’t.

The Product-
The ELF Studio Blush comes with 4.7g of product which is great because the NARS Blushes contain only 4.5g  I find that sometimes the ELF Blush’s can be a bit chalky but that doesnt make them a bad product they still apply great, the biggest thing about these that surprised me was the intense pigmentation of most shades. With one swipe you get so much colour so a light hand is needed because of the pigment.

As you can see from the swatch above Pink Passion is extremely pigmented which i love! Each Blush costs around £3.50 in the UK and $3 in the US which is an amazing price for such a good product

Individual Shades

Pink Passion is a gorgeous barbie pink which is highly pigmented as well as a little chalky so a light hand is needed so you don’t go all clown cheeks

This is maybe my favourite shade from ELF. It is quite comparable to NARS Angelika 

 Peachy Keen is a gorgeous golden colour which would look great as a highlight because it is not glittery more a sheen to it rather than glitter, the touch of this is soft and silky and applies well.

Peachy Keen is comparable to Nars Luster

Blushing Rose isnt my favourite shade because it is so deep, really warm almost red with a lot of glitter it would be good for deeper skin tones

Blushing Rose is comparable to MAC Love Rush

Berry Merry is light pink/warm colour with small flecks of glitter ((Bad Picture sorry)) It does look quite golden when swatched which i think is quite cute. This applies like the other colours soft and silky without being overly glittery

Berry Merry is comparable to NARS Sin

The last time for these blushes is okay, i wouldn’t say it was amazing but if you use a cream blush or a cream product then these you will get a more lasting effect as it has something to hold onto and if you do loose the blush you still have a colour underneath

Over all I like these blush’s, they are pigmented and affordable what’s not to love!
ELF is available at or and can also be found in some stores in the US

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Andrew James

Andrew James

Scottish science nerd obsessed with all things beauty! Creator of The Skincare Saviour, a skincare blog covering everything from reviews, tutorials to busting myths, finding dupes and breaking down trends.

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