After not being able to find any decent creme blush, they’re suddenly everywhere! Good – I’m glad that brands are realising that some of us hate powder formulas (although I am totally won over by the Cargo Swimmables) and they can be rather unkind on older skin. The Make Up For Ever HD Cream Blush is actually more matte than dewy but not totally flat in appearance. You still get that lovely skin sheen although not as much as with Stila or Revlon (more recent finds).
I reviewed these back in 2014 when MUFE wasn’t easily available in the UK and failed to see what was ‘HD’ about them – I still do actually, but nonetheless, if you like a creme rather than a powder, the Make Up For Ever HD Cream Blush in 225 (peachy pink but more peach) is a good work day product that does the job. But. I’ve just checked the price (at Debenhams). £29. I think that’s a lot – too much really – so I’d have to send you in the direction of Revlon Photoready for £7.99 HERE. Mr BBB picked a Revlon cream blush up for me in the US and I didn’t know they were available here. We have a far more limited selection than in the US.
This is the Revlon Photoready Blush in Pinched which is the one that I’ve found available HERE.
It’s not dissimilar the MUFE cream blush that I’ve swatched but has more of a ‘gel like’ consistency with a little more slip than MUFE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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