Hi readers! After yet another long break I'm finally back with a review of my absolute favourite and most beauuuutiful blush ever. I won't bore you with excuses for my absence (new job and life just getting in the way), instead I shall just get straight to singing this product's praises!
Firstly, the packaging - it's so pretty! It reminds me of them little polly pocket houses I used to have as a kid which is kind of sweet. The plastic casing is sturdy and slim making it ultra handbag friendly (though it's a long wear product so you don't really need to worry about top ups), and when you flip open the top you're greeted by these beaut little bunnies. Almost too pretty to use!
The shade 'baby love' is soft, warm and rosy - perfect for adding a hint of colour to the apple of your cheeks without being too obvious or "blushy". I'm definitely more of a bronzer girl at heart and have previously steered clear of the whole pink blush thing as I didn't want to look like a doll, but this shade is so perfect for warming up the complexion in a really subtle way. I still use my bronzer for contouring and everything as well but just pop a little of this over the top. The end product is something a bit like this!
Aside from being the perfect shade and having dreamy packaging, this product also wins when it comes to wear time as it stays on as long as I keep my face on for and I feel zero need to top up or reapply. The texture of this powder blush is super soft and light so it sweeps across the skin really easily leaving the perfect amount of colour behind. You can build up coverage if you want more of an obvious or opaque kind of look, but the gentle rosy tint that you get straight away works really well for me.
As you've probably gathered by now I am a huge fan of this Too Faced blush and would recommend it to anyone - especially if you used to shy away from blushes like I did! I've also totally fallen in love with Too Faced as a brand and would love to try some more of their stuff. If anyone has any recommendations please leave them below! Just a word of warning - this is quite pricey at £25 a pop, but if you can afford to treat yourself it's definitely worth it.
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