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This is the third blush that I have purchased from the brand “Kleancolor” and it’s part of an online haul that I had done recently. This is one of a kind of blush and fortunately looked pretty on my skin even though the swatches didn’t look that promising.
Ms. Chick Blush from KleanColor offers translucent and natural shades, which are specially selected to complement any skin tone, delivering harmony to complexion. Its blend-able formulation is designed to glide on smoothly for soft-focus radiance.
My Take on Kleancolor Gypsy Ms. Chick Blush:
I picked up these blushes for their attractive packaging – pink round jar with a see-through plastic cover; it might not be very sturdy, but definitely grabs the customer’s attention. It’s something that I would throw in my to-go makeup kit for quick touch ups. This product is part of an online haul and even though I was a little skeptical about the color, I bought it nevertheless to add more colors to my blush collection. Also, they seem like something that I can depot and add to my custom blush palette. That way, I would have my own pro blush palette with all possible blush shades.
Packaging: A pink plastic round jar – exactly in the shade of the blush inside; it makes the whole identification process easier. Product is set in a concave form, in a round aluminum pan, and has a clear plastic cap. On close inspection, it does not appear very sturdy, but is definitely cute.
Texture: It’s a powder blush and has a bit of fallout, but that’s negligible when picked up with a fluffy blush. It is powdery and might even appear a little chalky since it is an absolutely matte finish product, but it blends well into a smooth matte finish.
Color: Burnt pink color – if it makes any sense! It is a deep pink color with maroon undertones – something I would exercise caution with while applying or I might go overboard.
Pigmentation: Awesome pigmentation. One sweep is enough for a cheek – it is evident from the swatches I took. It is so pigmented that I have to be extra cautious while applying because in this case, a little goes a long way and might look garish if one goes overboard. The only downside is that it is not that easy to blend and it takes a while to buff it out into a flawless finish.
Shimmer and Shine: It is an absolutely matte finish product and has no shimmer at all.
Staying Power: Entire day or until it is removed – I slept wearing this product, but it stays intact.
This is a very pretty blush, but will look prettier on fair skin tones. This blush comes in 12 shades; I recommend this color to all fair skin beauties because it will complement their skin and give a natural finish.
Pros of Kleancolor Gypsy Ms. Chick Blush:
- Very cute, appealing packaging which is travel friendly.
- Pretty blush shade, can be used for contouring by darker skin tone beauties.
- This range has something for everyone.
- Less fallout if applied with a fluffy brush.
- Matte finish.
- No fragrance.
- Very soft texture.
- Awesome pigmentation.
- One sweep goes a long way.
- Stays on for a long time.
- Available in 12 shades.
- Affordable and easy on pocket.
Cons of Kleancolor Gypsy Ms. Chick Blush:
- Not that blend able – difficult to blend.
- As of now available only online.
- This shade can be bit too dark for light skin tones.
Would I Repurchase Kleancolor Gypsy Ms. Chick Blush?
Not this particular shade, but would try out other shades from this range. If you come across this beauty on any makeup aisle, do buy it without second thought. This particular shade looks pretty on my skin tone and can be used as a bronzer as well.
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One thought on “Kleancolor Gypsy Ms. Chick Blush Review”
Such a pretty shade, would look great on my skin tone. But I prefer dewy blushes as matte ones look flat.