At £5 each, it’s impossible to complain about the M&S Limited Cream Blush! They’re brand new, and are a perfect dream to apply if you are used to cream formulas. They’re all in the nude spectrum so very wearable and ideal for a natural looking flush of colour. If you want a pop of colour, they’ll build really nicely as well.
From left to right: Pink, Apricot, Dusky Rose and Coral. I prefer the first two – Pink and Apricot – for spring skin; as soon as summer hits though, the last two, Dusky Rose and Coral will be great with a hint of a tan.
There’s not a lot else to say about them – the quality is good and on me at least, they seem as long lasting as any other cream blushes. If I compare them to say, Chanel, they don’t really feel any different but you don’t get the level of pigment. That said, for natural looking blush, that’s an asset, not a fault. They’re most like the Bourjois Cream Blushes that I absolutely love. M&S Limited Cream Blush is launching this month so keep your eyes peeled next time you’re in M&S for a Percy Pig supply!
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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