While mineral make up isn’t a draw for me at all, a blush that looks this pretty certainly is. It’s quite a clever colour in a coral toned pink that suits most tones and gives your tone a bit of a wake up rather than a flush up. If you find your tone gets paler as you get older, pinks tend to revitalize and enliven especially if they’re not too cool in colour.
It’s probably one for the winter months when cold drains the complexion. I also appreciate that it looks so pretty – that’s a perfect pressing right there – and it goes on like a dream with a big fluffy brush. Ideally, a soft brush is best because it’s quite intense in pigment so a light dusting is all you need – you can always build up if needed. A nice, universally flattering buy at £22 HERE. I will just flag up that it’s the only blush I’ve ever seen that claims it can ‘reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles’. What absolute nonsense.
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Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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