This blush palette is an amazing find for the price. These shades can be very soft on the cheeks but can also be built up to a more intense color. I have done a review on the dark version of this blush palette which you can view here.
As I mentioned in the other review, I really like the packaging of these palettes because they contain a huge clear mirror and are fairly sturdy as the blushes stay in place and don’t pop out, unless you want them to. You can also switch up the shades between the two blush palettes, the illuminating, contour, foundation, and bronzer palettes that they have and be able to carry four products in one palette for travelling and convenience.
The formula of these are great; they are very pigmented, so I suggest using a light hand and then building it up, and are blendable. They have a buttery feel, I only noticed the right bottom-hand blush was a bit powdery but it isn’t noticeable on the cheeks. They also have good staying power; they will still be on your cheeks after a work/school day but slightly faded.
Swatched in order from left to right.
They are all matte except for the bottom right one, which has tiny glitters in it which doesn’t really translate onto the face. I really do recommend these blush palettes if you are looking to expand your blush collection with good quality blushes without spending a lot.
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