I have been blogging a lot about higher end more expensive makeup lately so i thought i would review this little beauty for you. If you havent used this before you really should in my opinion its great!
We all know about the Photoready range by Revlon which in actual fact wasnt Photoready at all because the foundation had actual chunks of glitter in it which meant it couldnt be “Photoready” but i was surprised with this because its acutally a great product.
The texture of this product is quite weird its not like a normal cream blush it almost has the same as the Chantecaille Cheek Creams, the soft silky feeling about them. This blush is semi matte, the website says its a dewy product but its more semi matte but it does give quite a natural flush colour as the title says.
As you can see above its buildable but you can use it sheer by buffing down the colour. For a drugstore product the application is really easy you can either use your finger to apply or you can use a synthetic brush and just apply how you would normally put on blush although it doesnt last super long 5/6 hours at least you could always try powdering over it to set it into place but what can you expect from the drugstore
I really like the fact that this is so pigmented you dont need much product to get good payoff but also you get so much product there is literally a ton of product in that pot, ive used it quite a lot and it hardly looks like ive even used it.
You can find this at Superdrug/Boots etc for £7.99 and contains 12.4g of product so thats quite a lot of product considering MAC Cremeblend contain only 5g for £17.50 so you are getting double the amount of product with the Revlon Blush than you would with MAC
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