|MUA Powder Blushers in: Lolly ~ Cupcake ~ Candyfloss|
Being in sixthform has started to become a little more stressful than it was when I first started my blog, around a month ago, so, sorry for not posting for 10 days. Thankyou to everyone who has continued to subscribe, etc, it really means a lot - and I have a lot of good posts for you in the near future!
Anyway, onto the review. Today I'm reviewing the MUA powder blushers, not the cream ones. These powder ones cost £1 each. The packaging is cheap, as expected, but then again is quite compact with a lot of product so good for traveling.
|From left to right: Candyfloss ~ Cupcake ~ Lolly|
If I'm honest, the pigmentation and consistency is weird, and hard to describe. To touch, they are very cream and highly pigmented, but when you swipe it on your hand, as you can see, the colour pay off seems different for each one, candyfloss showing the least. They have a wide range, I only have these three - Candyfloss is a bright pink with blue undertones, Cupcake a coral with strong brown undertones, and Lolly a true coral. The main drawback is bizarrely, when on a brush, it becomes very loose and can easily become a mess.
Overall I'd say for best application, use your fingers to apply, especially if you want a more natural look. For £1 - give them a go!