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If anybody happens to notice the trend of products I usually review they would know that I love eye makeup and blush and I never step out of my home without a sweep of kajal and dab of blush even if I am running late and it’s DEFCON 5. I find powder blush a little more time consuming than cream ones, mostly because they require a little more time to blend than cream ones. Here is a review of my latest love!!!
Now the cheeks glisten with the sheerest color glaze.
Why you’ll Love It:
- Cheeks go dewy and gently glazed with this portable, creamy blush stick.
- Glazed pearls + a shea butter glide provide blendable, natural color and smooth, even application.
- Fragrance Free. Non-comedogenic. Suitable for all skin types.
My Experience with Maybelline Face Studio Master Glaze Pink Fever:
I have used Maybelline blush from the ‘dream’ range and I love the healthy sheen and flush it imparts. I use it mostly during dry days of summer because it makes my face look dewy against dull and dry faces of people around me.
I stumbled upon these Face Studio blushes by chance (I saw one of my friends’ use it) and since then have been crazy about them. This range has 6 shades to choose from and they are just not mere variations of pink and beaches but rather vary from pink to peaches to plum.
The texture is super creamy and blends beautifully. A sweep might look scary, hot pink and one might feel that it might make one look like a pink-cheeked clown but it blends into a subtle pink shade with just right amount of shimmer.
Packaging is very thoughtful and hassle-free; simple twist up mechanism with a clear plastic cap on top. The product is in the form of a thick stub, just like a lip stick. A sweep will give enough flush to the face to pull off a work look or a day look. One can go a mile further and build further to get very obvious pink on cheeks, but I personally detest obvious, delineated makeup. One can also pick a light and dark shade from this range and use them simultaneously, if they are deft in contouring and highlighting.
The product looks equally pretty in daylight, soft white or florescent light and it photographs really well. It instantly brightens up a dull, ashy face; however, one must use a concealer to hide all blemishes least they accentuated by application of blush. Once applied, the product stays intact till once removes makeup or obviously rubs their face against a surface.
Some might find $9.99 a little pricey, but trust me this product is totally worth it and also, one gets decent amount of product for money paid. I classify this product as yet another budget beauty hack and is a real steal.
Pros of Maybelline Face Studio Master Glaze Pink Fever:
- Nice, twist up packaging.
- Super creamy texture.
- One sweep goes a long way.
- Good staying power.
- 6 shades to choose from.
- Blends like a dream.
- Right amount of shimmer.
- Pocket friendly.
- Easily available online or in stores.
Cons of Maybelline Face Studio Master Glaze Pink Fever:
- Can’t think of any.
Would I repurchase/recommend Maybelline Face Studio Master Glaze Pink Fever?
Oh yes, and would try other shades too. I encourage others to give it a try.
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