Powder blush is undergoing a change – I’ve really noticed that formulas are changing to a more oily texture which translates to better blendability and product softness. The dusty, chalky powder blush of old is gradually disappearing, thank goodness, because if there was anything to dry your skin and settle into fine lines it was those. I’m a creme blush fan but have found several powder blush formulas of late that I’m very happy to use (Cargo Swimmables being one) and now another one in the Soap & Glory Made You Blush.
It’s even better that these have been completely thought through – a little brush that actually works and a mirror to create a complete compact. And they’re £9 each. I think that’s pretty good. The shades are all fairly universal flatterers – Twinkle Rose has an element of rose gold to it so gives a glowy look, but Rosy Chic and Cheeky Pink are more matte.
In the swatch, from bottom to top, are: Cheeky Pink, Twinkle Rose and Rosy Chic.
I’ve just spotted that they’re on offer for £7 instead of £9 HERE.
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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