I’m a sucker for a pretty product so when I clapped eyes on the Marks and Spencer Autograph Pure Luxe Multi Blusher it was safe to say I had to have it and I bought it without looking at reviews which is something I rarely do these days as I always usually check reviews before buying anything to avoid disappointment. There is just one shade of the Marks and Spencer Autograph Pure Luxe Multi Blusher which is Soft Coral, and the blush is £12.50 which I feel is quite pricey but I had a 20% promo code at the time so I managed to get it a little cheaper.
The Marks and Spencer Autograph Pure Luxe Multi Blusher is described as being a limited edition marbelised blusher with a revolutionary texture that adds pure, sheer buildable colour to your cheeks. I bought my blush before Christmas and the outer box has since changed slightly the blush compact packaging is exactly the same, with a clear domed lid and the blush itself features a beautiful raised flower design which I simply couldn’t resist.
The blush has a slight marbelised design with a light pink merging into a slightly darker pink, but it’s not very coral for a shade that’s supposed to be ‘Soft Coral’. From looking online the blushes all differ in their marbelised design so if you purchased one instore you could perhaps choose one with more darker pink than lighter pink, but I think this shade is ideal for skin as pale as mine.
The Pure Luxe Multi Blusher is very subtle on the skin, and it gives a pretty pale pink flush to the cheeks but as it’s so pale, I wouldn’t recommend it for those with skin darker than mine as it’s just not going to show up but it could be used as an highlighter or a blush topper.
The finish of the blush is quite shimmery, and it almost borders on being a touch glittery which isn’t usually something I’d like to wear but I think it works well with the subtle pink shade for a luminous finish but it does fade quite quickly throughout the day but that’s to be expected for such a pale blush.
I am glad I bought this blush with 20% off as I think I would have been disappointed had I paid £12.50 for such a barely-there blush but I hope Marks and Spencer bring out some other shades in this design/formula to cater for other skin tones.