Makeup Revolution Peachy Pink Kisses Blushing Hearts Baked Blusher Review and Swatches
If you’re a regular reader, you’ll have read me rave about the Makeup Revolution I Heart Revolution Blushing Hearts Godesss of Love Highlighter many times. It’s such a beautiful highlighter and an absolute bargain at just £4.99. After loving the Blushing Hearts Highlighters, I decided to purchase the I Heart Revolution Blushing Hearts Peachy Pink Kisses Baked Blusher £4.99 as it looked like such a pretty shade. The Blushing Hearts Blushers are triple baked blushes which contain three different shades of blush, and there are six blush shades in the range.
The packaging of the Blushing Hearts Blushers is beautiful, with each blush packaged within a cardboard heart shaped container with a lid which was very obviously ‘inspired’ by the Too Faced Sweetheart Blushes.
The blusher itself is divided into three sections, with three different shades so you can choose to use the shades individually or together. I do love the packaging but if you own multiple shades like I do, they’re very bulky and awkward to store so I’m contemplating depotting them as they just take up too much room within my blush drawer.
Due to the blush having a baked formulation, it’s very shimmery indeed and as someone who isn’t the biggest shimmer fan, I prefer to apply the Blushing Hearts blushes and highlighters with a duo-fibre stippling brush.
The three shades within Peachy Pink Kisses look quite different in the pan, but the two palest shades are practically identical upon the skin, and they impart very little colour.. they’re more highlighters than they are blush shades. The darkest shade is a pretty coral shade with pink shimmer and it reminds me of a much subtler version of NARS Orgasm blush.
I think this is a stunning blush packaging wise, but I’d really recommend swatching it instore in Superdrug to see if the two paler shades show up on your skintone as blush shades as I’m very pale and they don’t show any colour on me.. only an icy shimmer.
Luckily I can use the two paler shades as highlighters but I do wish they packed better pigmentation like the third shade does. If you have a darker skintone than mine, I’d recommend trying one of the other shades in the range as this is the palest shade.
Longevity wise, Peachy Pink Kisses isn’t particularly long wearing at around the 3/4 hour mark but I’ve found that baked blushes tend to fade faster anyway. I think this is a really pretty blush for Spring especially for £4.99, and I’m already eyeing up a few of the other shades in the range..
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