• THELOOKBEAUTY

    MAKE UP FOR EVER HD BLUSH

    Wed, January 29, 2014

         What it is:

    This new creamy blush melts on the skin for an extremely natural flush of color with a long lasting result. Its blendable, second skin texture allows for easy, controlled application.

      Claims:

    This unique formula melts on the skin for an extremely natural flush of color with a long lasting result. Its blendable, second skin texture allows for easy, controlled application. Formulated with the perfect balance of silica powder and synthetic mica, HD Blush has a soft focus effect that diffuses light for a radiant finish. Its blend of waxes and oils creates a lightweight texture that easily glides on the skin for a flawless result. Studio-tested with HD camera. Dermatologist tested. For all skin types.

    Our thoughts:

    Well done, Make Up For Ever! Yet another fantastic addition to the HD line of products. This compact version of their HD blush could quite possibly be my favourite cream blush ever. I have always been a fan of Stila Convertible Colour, and still am. However, these offer an airy, more blendable texture that is easy to use and feels lighter on the skin. The colour range is expansive and beautiful. I picked up #225, a versatile peachy pink that looks great on a wide variety of skin tones. I can literally wear it with everything! As most Make Up For Ever products, the HD blush is highly pigmented. A little goes a long way and stays on the skin all day. For those who are normally weary of cream blush, don’t be!! It takes very little practice to master the application and the final result is a gorgeous glow that looks like its comes from within. Your skin will look fresh, healthy and hydrated. For dry skin (especially in the winter) it is a must! Make Up For Ever HD Blush is formulated for all skin types and is Dermatologist tested.

    *Application tip: Pick up a small amount of product on your finger. Press 3 dots onto the skin, starting on the apple of the cheek and moving back along the cheekbone towards the hairline. Then use a clean finger or brush to buff out the cream in a circular motion until there are no visible edges to the colour. If you feel as though the colour is too strong, take a small amount of foundation with a sponge and stipple over the blush. This will give you a lovely, natural finish!

    Erin~TheLookBeauty

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