Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Review: MAKE UP FOR EVER HD Blush

Disclosure: I received product in order to facilitate this review.  As always, this post contains my honest opinions.

Winter was really getting to me and I felt like I needed fresh new colors for spring.  In the past, I have stayed away from cream blushes for multiple reasons, oily skin, didn't like how you had to apply, etcetera.  But like I said, I was feeling drab so I thought I would give Make Up Forever HD Blush #210 a shot.  This is the exact same blush that Christina Hendricks uses in Mad Men.  I figure if it can make her look that beautiful, it ought to do something for me!

It touts being a "next generation cream that looks, feels and performs up to the standards professional makeup artists require..."  The formula has been tested in front of HD cameras (which I understand shows all and tells all) and it blends so well that you can't even tell.  It is a mix of Silicone Oils, Dry Oils and Waxes that allow for blendability, Silica Powders and Synthetic Mica that makes a smooth texture with a satin finish and clear Mother-of Pearl and pigments that give natural color with a healthy glow.  It comes in 16 shades and is in a small compact that is great for on the go.  And here is the best part--you can apply with fingertips, a sponge or Artisan brush.  I am all for the brush.

What can I say?  I love the fact I can apply it with a brush.  It doesn't seem to make my skin oily and just gives me a nice glow.  It goes on so silky and looks great!

Where can you find it?  www.Sephora.com, MAKE UP FOR EVER Boutiques for $26.00.

Disclosure: I received product in order to facilitate this review.  As always, this post contains my honest opinions.

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