Clinique Melon Pop Cheek Pop Blusher

I love everything makeup related but when it comes to makeup products, blushes are the smallest part of my makeup collection. I always prefer a matte or satin powder blush or cream blushes as I don’t find that shimmer looks particularly flattering on my skin. I already own a few of the Clinique Cheek Pop Blushes £17 in the shades Berry Pop, Pink Pop and Ginger Pop, and I decided I need to add the Clinique Melon Pop Blush to my collection as it looked like my ideal kind of blush shade. I really need to try more from Clinique in terms of makeup as I really rate their skincare, but I’ve only tried a small collection of their makeup products thus far.

Clinique Melon Pop Cheek Pop Blusher Review and Swatches

The Clinique Melon Pop Cheek Pop Blusher is £17 for 3.5g of product, and is packaged within a clear, plastic circular compact. The blush has the most amazing raised gerbera design which I know shouldn’t matter as it’s the product itself that matters, but I just love the blush design especially as it doesn’t wear away with frequent use. The formula is amazing and I’ve compared the quality as being as good as NARS Blushes, yet they’re £7 cheaper.

Clinique Melon Pop Cheek Pop Blusher Review and SwatchesClinique Melon Pop Cheek Pop Blusher Review and Swatches

Vibrant yet natural-looking cheek colour that looks virtually powderless. In a silky smooth, stay-true formula with shades for every skin tone. That just-pinched look, simply effortless.

Clinique Melon Pop Cheek Pop Blusher Review and Swatches

Clinique Melon Pop is the perfect peachy coral shade, and I probably own about ten other shades just like this but it’s my favourite kind of blush shade especially for my skintone. Melon Pop is quite light compared to the likes of Pink Pop, Ginger Pop and Berry Pop so it’d be more suitable for those with paler skintones but there are some deeper more intense shades for deeper skintones.

The Clinique Cheek Pop blushes have one of my favourite formulas as they have a subtle satin finish which never looks powdery or obvious, and they always last all day on the skin with very minimal to no fading. If I could only use one blush formula going forward, it would have to be the Clinique Cheek Pop Blushes and I just wish we could get the same shades as the US as I need Pansy Pop and Nude Pop in my life.

Have you ever tried any of the Clinique Cheek Pop blushes?

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