A wet blush that looks like a dessert?
I may need to try this!
As you know I’m into my cream blushes at the moment and this seemed very similar.
They cost £12.50 although I got mine for £8.50 due to a wrong ticket on the shelf. Lucky me!
I found out very quickly when I first tried to use this that you should not pick up product straight from the main pot (you end up with a huge mess and too much product on your finger). It’s best to get product from the lid. There’s always a thin layer on the lid, which is perfect for applying this blush.
To apply this I tap the product into the area I need until it’s blended in evenly. It applies really sheer at first, but you can build up more coverage. I found that blending it in with my fingers removed foundation; tapping didn’t.
The blush has a nice cooling texture when applying, which reminds me of the technology behind the Bare Minerals Complexion Rescue. It’s really weird, but I like it.
I tend to wear this under a powder blush, such as Benefit’s Rockateur. The Sorbet Blush doesn’t give enough colour on it’s own, but looks stunning paired with a powder blush.
This is a nice product to wear even if the formula is something that I really need to get used to.
Bye for now!