Ready for tea and macarons? It feels like a very long time since we saw fun stuff in make-up if you edge Korean brands like Tony Moly to one side for a moment. It’s all gone serious and this sweet little set feels right to break the levity.
As you can see, the set comes with a bouncy blush in a macaron pot and is accompanied by a macaron shaped sponge. Actually, the sponge has more detail than the pot but the idea is that you use the sponge to apply the blush.
In fact, the sponge isn’t the most ideal applicator for the blush that comes in shade Coral Whipped Cream but I’m happy with the idea of using the sponge for foundation instead – I prefer to use an oval brush for creme blush – so it definitely has a use. The blush seems to be a creme to powder – it’s strongly pigmented so you really don’t need very much at all. Thinking about it, you could dab the blush on your cheeks with a finger tip and then blend out with the sponge and that would make sense. I was coming at it as dipping the sponge to the blush.
The texture is ultra-light – quite fresh and natural actually and there is a second option available with a paler blush in Rose Whipped Cream with a pastel blue blender macaron. I have to say I think it’s pricey at £35 for the set, but oh, it’s pretty! You can find it HERE.
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