Note to self: Buy Gosh Lumi Drops. This shade is one of two new colours launching for spring (on 8th February) – it’s called Coral Blush and has a sister shade called Rose Blush.
This is really my kind of blush – it’s a tint and a stain so apply it quicky with a small kabuki for the best diffused look; I usually start liquid blush off in the palm of my hand and pick up with the brush from there. In texture, it’s like a liquid gel – not runny and not solid either so you won’t end up with a big pool of liquid in your hand or on your brush.
As you can see, it gives a perfect, warm, peachy pop of colour. The gel formula stops it feeling dry and it’s as comfortable as you could hope a blush to be. I think this kind of blush is great for older skin – doesn’t seep into fine creases and doesn’t dry out the complexion either and has an extract that is vitamin B, C and D infused (dandelion, actually!); it moves with the skin so you don’t get a break up of the product and it retains a little bit of sheen on the complexion. There is a shimmer element to it but I didn’t find it over obvious – maybe because there is no sun to pick it out, but even under lights I didn’t really see it. When Coral Blush launches, it will be £8.99 – worth every single penny of that, too.
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