Clinique Pink Pop Cheek Pop Blush Pop
It’s a pretty bold claim, but the Clinique Cheek Pop Blush Pop blushes are my favourite higher end blush formula that I’ve tried, and I personally prefer them to MAC, NARS, Urban Decay and YSL blushes and they’re a more affordable option at £17 which I know isn’t cheap, but it’s cheaper than MAC, NARS, Urban Decay and YSL. I already have four shades of the Cheek Pop blushes, but I’ve been lusting after the Clinique Pink Pop Cheek Pop Blush Pop shade ever since it launched, but it’s always seemingly out of stock so it must be a really popular shade so I was delighted when I was finally able to get my hands on it.
The design of the Clinique Cheek Pop Blushes is just beautiful, with the powder having a gerbera design which really lasts too, and doesn’t just disappear as soon as you dip your brush into the powder. The blush is packaged within a small, circular, clear plastic compact which is pretty robust as the plastic is quite thick which protects the blush but doesn’t take up very much room at all. I love that because the packaging is clear, you can see from above which shade is which, which is really handy when you own multiple shades.
The Clinique Pink Pop Cheek Pop Blush Pop shade is really pretty, and I think it’s perfect for pale skin as it’s not too bold but looks very natural on the skin. Pink Pop is a pale, slightly warm toned pink which has a subtle satin finish. I would describe Pink Pop as being an ideal everyday shade which compliments any makeup look, and just like all of the Cheek Pop Blush Pop blushes, Pink Pop blends beautifully into the skin with very little effort and never looks patchy or uneven, even on my dry patches.
If you’ve not tried any of the Clinique Cheek Pops, I cannot recommend them enough as I think they have the perfect powder blush formula and I hope Clinique launch even more shades to the range.
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