There is a bit of a packaging fail on this otherwise very cute product from Seventeen. The box is glued in odd places making it quite hard to open (maybe I have a pre-sample though), but once you’ve got inside, the cheek stamp is rather good!
So once you have the lid off, you simply press it to your cheek – it’s on a spring-loaded mechanism so you give it a little push and it *stamps*. The shade I am showing is peach and it really does dot the perfect amount onto the cheek…. an arm swatch doesn’t really do it justice because obviously there are cheek contours to take into account so you don’t get a flat circle as show below. I think it’s really cute.
It’s part of the LE Oh So Spring Collection, comes in two colourways; Pink and Coral and costs £4.99 from 20th March.
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A copy of the New CID I-blossom blush stamp then! Which is fabulous so I can highly recommend this method of application.
Oh wow. These are beautiful. I love this idea and haven’t seen it around too much so I’m sure they will be a hit. I’m not usually fussed with ‘drugstore’ brands but there sure has been some excellent innovations going on lately.
This reminds me of an art set called ‘Blush Art’ i had when i was younger haha! Will definitely be trying these out as i’m really intrigued!
I’m from the U.S., but enjoy following British Beauty Blogger to learn about things that I don’t find here.
Is Seventeen different from Boots’s 17?
It’s the same thing but they’re calling it Seventeen now… no idea why!
Where can you buy this?
Great colour and great idea! Loving it 🙂 xo