Monday, 9 March 2015

REVIEW | MAX FACTOR MIRACLE TOUCH CREAMY BLUSH

I am not a big fan of cream blush but recently I have been trying it out more often and have started liking it a bit more. Before I used to use it on my clients as a base and on myself in the same manner as well as I do have oily skin and sometimes certain blushers don't seem to last very long on me. I read a few reviews about the Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush and got the shade Soft Murano and decided to give it ago as I needed one to use on my clients. I am a bit late to jump on this bandwagon but better late than never.

You can buy it from any sasa in your area as well as certain Watsons and Mannings and costs around HK$79 which is absolutely worth every penny you spend as you will see in the review below.

 MAX FACTOR  MIRACLE TOUCH CREAMY BLUSH IN SOFT MURANO   

Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush


Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush

Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush

Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush

Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush

The colour of the shade is a mix of a red and a brown and looks like a Terracotta colour with a slight gold shimmer in it. It has a smooth texture that is absolutely easy to blend and has a smooth finish to it. I love the overall effect and colour it has on my skin. The colour pay off is amazing as well. It gives light wash of colour as if your naturally blushing and it isn't too pigmented as well. I have been enjoying wearing it during the day as it lasts all day and even though I have oily skin it didn't seem to get washed off or disappear. You can deepen the colour pay off, depending on how you like it. The gold glitter doesn't seem to be an issue as it doesn't show up but is very subtle and actually quite unnoticeable.

This creamy blush has made me want to use and try out even more blushers from this range and I have been ditching my powder blush the last few weeks. I would definitely recommend this for you try if you haven't already as it is worth the effort. 

Do you like cream blushers as much or do you prefer the traditional powder blusher? Let me know in the comment box below.

Nashia 


















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    1. Me too and they have more shades as well. Its really lovely

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  2. SOLD! Blushes don't last on me. At all. Its pretty ridiculous at this stage and the only cream blush I tried I hates as it was too dry for my taste and I just couldn't work it but this looks lovely!!! And sounds like decent staying power too.

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    1. Thank you and glad you will try it out

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