Friday, 30 November 2012

Natural Collection Blush

I am becoming a big fan of blusher, and I'm always on the look out for new ones to try. As you can see I have hit pan on the old Youtube favourite Pink Cloud but I recently picked up Peach Melba. In the pan Peach Melba looks more like a bronzer to me so I did have my doubts about whether I would like the shade.
The first thing that I always notice about these Blushed Cheeks blushers is how chalky they are. They blend out to be sheer but you can build it up to have a flushed sweep across the cheek. If you take the time to build the colour I really like both of these shades and are both very wearable on most skin tones. I believe there are two other shades, a shimmery pink and a mauve-ish pink. I think these are great if you are just getting into makeup, and maybe see if a peach tone blush would suit you. I use these if I know I am popping out for a few hours, as they definitely do not last all day, unless you're using a face primer and/or setting spray.
I don't mind the packaging, I can clearly see what the shade is when I'm in a rush. The cheap plastic can be a nuisance when screwing the lid back on, but for £1.99 I still don't even mind that. However, the pan now falls out which means I have to be careful when I use it and its annoying when I forget. There is always a deal on in Boots 3 for £5 on selected Natural Collection products. Despite the packaging malfunction I really like the shades and I probably would repurchase these, they are staple daytime shades that I think everyone should have.
Let me know how you have got on with these blushers.



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