This review will be on the Lorac Color Source Buildable Blush in the shade “Prism.”
Instantly bring color and life to your cheeks with Lorac Color Source Buildable Blush. These silky-smooth matte and satin blushes are paraben-free and infused with anti-aging antioxidants such as pomegranate, acai and vitamins A, C and E. In a wide spectrum of complexion-enhancing hues, these buildable blushes can be worn sheer for a natural flush of color or layered for a dramatic effect. Become a beautiful, sensual source of color with Lorac.
My Experience with Lorac Prism Color Source Buildable Blush:
Packaging: I love how modern and sleek the packaging is! The round gunmetal blush compact has a see-through lid and color coordinated sticker on the bottom for easy storage. It has a magnetic closure. The compact case has a very expensive feel, but it does attract finger prints. The only con here is that there is no mirror in the compact, but I don’t mind that.
Texture: If you are familiar with Lorac eyeshadows, you can already assess how these blushes feel. It has the same incredible smooth and soft feel. It’s not chalky or dry, but just like the eyeshadows, this does tend to kick up powder when you dip your brush in. It is best to tap excess powder off the brush before applying.
Pigmentation: True to its name, these blushes are buildable. I feel like I have great control with these blushes and it is not easy to go overboard. You can give yourself a nice subtle flush of color in one layer or build it up to full intensity and get bright bold cheeks in 2-3 layers. The layers apply seamlessly over one another and it never goes on patchy or uneven.
Finish: These blushes come in two finishes – matte and satin, and that’s clearly indicated on the packaging. I got 3 shades from this range and all of them are matte. I love using matte blushes as I can customize the finish by wearing it on its own or adding a highlighter on top. Even with the matte finish, this blush does not look flat on the skin.
Shade: The shade “Prism” is a gorgeous muted peachy n*de. This is a kind of a shade which pairs with any makeup. It just gives you a nice warmth and flush of color on your cheeks with a light peachy tinge. I love pairing this blush with a n*de lip when I am going heavy with my eye look.
Staying Power: The staying power of this blush is average. I do notice fading around 6 hours into the wear. It does not accentuate pores or dryness on my skin.
Overall, I love these new blushes by Lorac. I wouldn’t say these are “perfection” in a pan and the best blushes I have used, but they are good enough and worth the money. They have a beautiful range of shades with different finishes. I will recommend these blushes to all of you.
Pros of Lorac Prism Color Source Buildable Blush:
- Very soft and smooth texture.
- Buildable pigmentation.
- Comes in both matte and satin finishes.
- Beautiful range of shades.
- Sleek packaging with a clear lid and colored sticker for easy storage.
- Magnetic closure.
- Has a luxurious feel.
- Easy to control intensity, you cannot go overboard with these blushes.
- Does not look dry or chalky.
- Does not accentuate pores or dry patches.
Cons of Lorac Prism Color Source Buildable Blush:
- Not the best staying power on its own, I can extend the wear by using a setting spray.
- Does kick up some powder when you dip your brush in, similar to the Lorac eyeshadows.
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