There are several new blushers from Revlon in varying formats – I love a cream blush so was keen to try new shade Charmed Enchantment (sorry, swatched before snapping #bloggermistake). As cream blush formats go, Revlons are on the oilier side so if you have oily skin, then they may not be a good match. They’re also quite sheer which I really like for a pop of natural looking colour.
I’ve swatched all three new blushes in the pink spectrum – don’t know why but I’m loving pink at the moment. So, from right to left, Charmed Enchantment Cream Blush (£7.99), Haute Pink Powder Blush (£7.99) and Rose Glow Highlighting Palette (£8.99). Charmed Enchantment is more a pop of sheer cherry, while Haute Pink is a bright pink with subtle warm peach elements. As you can see Rose Glow Highlighting Palette has golden elements to it and some shimmer so I think is more of a summery look. I’m still veering toward the cream as a favourite. Revlon Blushers are HERE.
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