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4.05.2015

REVIEW: Revlon Powder Blushes

Hey! In this post, I have a review for you on the Revlon Powder Blushes. I have two that I'll be reviewing for you, letting you know what I think of their packaging, pigment and application!
 Enjoy.

Packaging:
So, the packaging on these blushes are in my opinion really sleek looking. I feel that the design is simple yet sophisticated, giving it that higher end kind of look. 
I do however, feel like the packaging is a little deceiving as it does make it seem like you get more product than you actually do. This is because the bottom half of the packaging actually contains a small brush for application - though of course this is still quite a handy addition. 
Along with the brush, there is also a built in mirror inside the packaging which makes this blush great for travel as well as on the go touch ups!


Colour and Pigmentation:
Revlon has a good range of shades available in this blush collection ranging from rosy pinks to delicate peaches. The collection also has a great brown called 'Bronzilla' which I think is brilliant for warming up the skin as as well for a contour shade.
The colours that I have are Haute Pink - which is a beautiful, true pink shade and Racy Rose - which is a little more on the peachier side.
Both colours are nicely pigmented with good colour payoff on the skin. I think this range has a lot of shades for every skin tone - shades that are versatile and perfect for everyday wear. 


Application and Wear:

This blush applies nicely to the skin and blends well. It applies smoothy and cleanly and as I said earlier, has a really good colour payoff which is buildable, too. It has a satin finish and gives the cheeks a natural, flattering flush of colour, lasting well throughout the day.

Overall, I'm impressed with these Revlon blushes. At a more of a higher end price tag for a drugstore product at £7.99 a piece, they are definitely more expensive. However, they are still nonetheless a fraction of the price of blushes from brands such as MAC and Benefit and I think that they apply and look just as nice as they do. 
I'd definitely recommend these blushes - particularly if you're looking for a natural, everyday kind of blush for your makeup collection. You can purchase these blushes from any Revlon stockists such as Boots or Superdrug in the UK!


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