Saturday, February 22, 2014

Maybelline Dream Bouncy Blush Pink Frosting

I first read about this blush in Candy Magazine. The name caught my attention because how often do you see the word bouncy and blush together, right? When I bought this in Landmark Trinoma there was a sale and I got a hundred twenty nine pesos off! How awesome is that?! Originally, I was looking for the Fresh Pink shade but I ended up buying the Pink Frosting shade because it is more pigmented. This is what the blush looks like.

                                   Maybelline Dream Bouncy Blush Pink Frosting

What it claims:

Feels lightweight like a powder, yet melts into skin like a cream.


First of all, I'd like to apologize for yet again forgetting how much this blush costs. I can assure you though that it is less than P 500. On to the feels like clay doh but before you guys get to excited, need I remind you that this blush is called bouncy for a reason. It easily takes shape of whatever it comes in contact with so if you're going to apply this with your fingers be gentle. I do not recommend using a blush brush when applying this product because that defeats the purpose of it's cream like texture. Besides, using a brush will totally murder the appearance of your blush. And who would want that? The texture is a lot like mousse blush. Based from experience, those type of blushes eventually dry out. I hope that Maybelline's formula for their Dream Bouncy Blush doesn't disappoint. So far, I really love this blush! It gives a naturally pink cheeks effect! The only problem I have with this is its staying power. I discovered that it lasts longer paired with a liquid blush of the same shade underneath. My pick is Nichido's Lip and Cheek Tint in Tickled Pink.


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