, pub-5075614835530024, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 Review: Revlon Blush With Brush | Classically Contemporary

Monday, January 26, 2015

Review: Revlon Blush With Brush

I love looking at vintage makeup ads. Everything seemed so simple and glamorous back then. There were only a few popular brands, and a handful of product options. Whenever I see the iconic black and gold packaging on a Revlon product, I instantly imagine it being placed on a pretty dressing table of a lady in the 50s. Besides, the brand has been around since 1932!

I received two shades of their new powder blush a few months ago, and have been reaching for them ever since.

Oh Baby! Pink is a very pretty light pink with just a hint of sheen. It's similar to Benefit's Dandelion boxed blush, which many fair-toned people love as an easy cheek colour, and deeper skin tones like as a highlight. The difference is that Dandelion has some evident glitter.

I absolutely adore the coral shade, Classy Coral since it's vibrant and lively without looking unnatural. I've been really into the Revlon Cream Blush in Coral Reef, which you can see a review on here.

The little brushes are almost identical to the ones included in Chanel's blush compacts. The Revlon ones are SO soft, nothing like typical drugstore applicators. They're honestly what make these blushes worth the price tag. (Approx. $12)

See my video review here for a better look at the brushes:

If you're a no-fuss girl when it comes to makeup, check out the blushes next time you're in Revlon's section at the drugstore.


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