GOSH Pink Pie Multi Colour Blush
In my opinion, GOSH is a really underrated drugstore brand and I feel that they deserve a lot more recognition for their products. I bought one of the GOSH Multi Colour Blushes when I saw them on offer for £4.99, but they usually retails for £7.99 which I think is great value considering it contains four different blush shades. GOSH have two different Multi Colour Blushes; one is a pinky toned one, which is the one I bought but there is also a bronze option too.
The GOSH Pink Pie Multi Colour Blush is a decent size, and contains an impressive 10 grams of product with each of the four shades being sectioned into quarters which are big enough to be able to fit a blush brush into without worrying about dipping into the bordering shades.
What I particularly liked about the Pink Pie Multi Colour Blush, is that it contained different finishes and tones so it would be absolutely perfect for taking away with you as it gives you four blush options, and you could always layer shades too. The compact is nice and flat, and is lightweight so it takes up very little room in a makeup bag but I feel like it’s secure enough to travel with, without the powders being damaged by the occasional knock.
The four shades of the GOSH Pink Pie Multi Colour Blush are quite vivid in the pan which might look a little intimidating if you don’t like bright blush shades, but they do apply a lot more muted which I’m really pleased with but they are buildable too, so you can build the colour intensity up very easily. The texture of the four blush shades is lovely as they’re so silky and smooth, but they blend so easily – almost as if they have a cream formula, as they feel so creamy and easy to blend into the skin.
The top shade in the GOSH Pink Pie Multi Colour Blush is a bright raspberry pink with a matte finish, the second shade (clockwise) is a peachy coral with golden shimmer which looks quite scary in the pan but it’s very subtle on the cheeks.
The bottom shade is a pinky toned nude with a satin finish, and the fourth shade is my favourite and is a pinky lilac with a matte finish. All four shades are so pretty, and I love that you can mix the shades together should you wish to, to make custom shades and they last for at least five hours on my skin before fading which is pretty good going.
Overall, I think £7.99 is a great price for this blush quad as it works out at just £1.99 per shade which is amazing for blushes of this quality, and I’ll definitely be adding the Bronze shade to my collection very soon.
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