I must be the last blogger/beauty writer in the world to try this blush – my first attempt with it was two days ago…I can’t explain why I’ve never tried it before but my goodness, it’s good! I’ve been using a pinky/peach shade that’s impressively pigmented – to the point I have to swirl my brush in the lid first so I don’t over-apply. Trying to find it on-line is a bit of a nightmare though.. it’s quite hard to identify colours – my pot says 06 and yet on the Maybelline site 06 is a completely different colour. And, it’s given any number of names; at Boots it is called Maybelline Dream Soft Blush, at Tescos it is Maybelline Dream Mousse. Anyway, for around about a fiver a pot, it’s going to last for nearly ever and is an exceptionally good buy in my view
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I think Dream Touch and Dream Mousse are different formulations xx
Louise I think you may be right but my Dream Touch looks really moussy…which is quite confusing!
I’ve been wanting to purchase this for absolute ages ! Might do so really soon now that i’ve read a review…
yep, dream mousse and dream touch are actually different products. The dream mousse blush was out a long time ago, around when the dream mousse foundation (which by the way i hated!) came out. I love the dream touch blushes though x
These are amazing blushers! I have number 07 which is a gorgeous pinky plum shade!
The texture is funny because it has a lot of slip but isn’t mousse-y. Can’t work out whether the Dream Mousse line is the same as the Dream Touch…. all very confusing.
I’ve just recently come across this blush and I too love, love, love it!!!! Very good value for money and extremely pleasent to apply!
i like their foundations etc but i found this quite wierd to use. i dont think it goes so well with their foundations and almost rubs the foundation off. not keen on this product but i did give it a go