Lacks consistency in quality
The first blush I bought had okay pigmentation. It didn't last long on the cheeks, but it gave me a nice rosy glow. It was a satin finish, and I really didn't mind the scent the a lot of people mention. But the second time I bought this, the product itself was very stiff and had NO pigmentation. I had to literally dig my brush in several times just to get ANY color on the brush and on my cheeks. I had to layer it on because it was just so sheer. I'm guessing it was a bad batch.
Great affordable blush
I love this blush! I use it everyday, and sometimes prefer it over my beloved Mary Kay Apricot Breeze blush. Great price, and lasts long. The little brush that comes with it sucks though...I use a E.L.F. brush to apply it. I would totally try this out, if you haven't yet. :)
Want to try other shades
After thinking about these on and off for awhile I was happy to spot one in the marked down cosmetic bins at the grocery store. I saw Snow Plum, which was a little cracked, and didn't think about how light and shimmery it would apply-true to color. (Wasn't looking for a highlighter blush, wanted something more pigmented). I kinda dumbly selected it (no other shades to select) and was surprised to find its a great dupe for one of my go to powder highlighters- the Physician's Formula powder palette mineral glow pearls in Translucent. So, I'm glad I have a smaller, more travel friendly dupe, but I kinda wish I could have found a different shade that was also marked down. Snow Plum is a frosty, opalescent highlighter pink, nothing plum about it, for the record! Its a nice, shimmery, cool toned highlighter- and would make a great h.l. on the eyes. So I do like it, I just need to justify snagging a few other shades!