Thankfully this blush lived up to it's hype for me. The texture is soft, non-powdery, and pigmented. It's a shimmery blush but comes off looking like a sheen on my cheeks and not huge chunks of pore-enlarging sparkle. It's fairly light, so it probably better for lighter skin tones although my darker skinned gals could probably use it as a highlighter. But what do I know? My friend and fellow blogger Vijaya of Fierce Nerditude pulls off light blushes like no one else can.
I thought this was kind of weird- it says "Use wet for intense, dramatic color." I don't think I've ever heard of anyone using a power blush wet before. Have you or do you know anyone who has done this?
Sorry this is only half of my face. The other side looked weird, haha. And I also apologize for applying it so heavily. I think I must have been a drag queen in a past life because I a tend to be very heavy handed with makeup. As much as I want to think so, more is not always better.
- I'm not even sure if this blush is sold at Walmart anymore. Or maybe only in certain store. I do still see at online at Walmart.com for $7, though.
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