Apologies for it being so quiet around here lately. These last few weeks have been a bit of a whirlwind, and unfortunately it will continue to be madness until I make the big move to Melbourne and thing settle down sometime in July.
Exciting times ahead!
Anyway, I’ve been wanting to tell you guys about Estee Lauder’s new Pure Color blush that I received some time ago.
Estee Lauder say…
Estée Lauder introduces a new generation of cheek colour with NEW Pure Color Blush. Now cheeks are vibrant with fresh, radiant colour in an expansive new palette of shades that embrace a diverse range of skin tones. High-performance technology combines with skin-loving ingredients in this ultra-silky, modern powder blush to add instant dimension and glamour to the face, from a soft flush of colour to dramatic contours that last all day.
Cheeks are enhanced from natural to contoured with two beguiling new finishes that masterfully combine tone and texture:
· SATIN: This texture creates a soft, low sheen on cheeks for a true satin finish and refined luminosity.
· SHIMMER: This high shimmer finish creates maximum volume shades with prismatic light-reflecting pearls for a sophisticated cheek shimmer.
Price: $60 AUD
Availability: Estee Lauder counters worldwide, www.esteelauder.com.au
Sensuous Rose is a dusty rose with a hint of peach. To my eyes it is quite similar to MAC Blushbaby (one of my all time favourite cheek colours), but perhaps a little pinker. It is one of those colours which suit pretty much every look and situation.
It’s has a finely milled, velvety matte finish which turns you instantly into Grace Kelly. Well, almost.
I could go on and on about this blush, but I think the pictures speak for themselves.
note: this product was sent to me by PR for consideration only.Posted by myfunnyvalentine on Jun 8th, 2012 in Reviews, Swatches | 49571 commentEstee+Lauder+Pure+Color+Blush+Sensuous+Rose+Review2012-06-08+08%3A20%3A48myfunnyvalentinehttp%3A%2F%2Fmyfunnyvalentineblog.com%2F%3Fp%3D4957
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