Why I Rated Lancôme’s New Blush A+
They’re long-lasting and richly pigmented - which is excellent if you ask me because nothing irks me more than a blush that doesn’t deposit colour the way it should. It also blends beautifully with my favourite Laura Mercier blush brush, and even though I don’t normally use the tiny brush that it comes with, I truly do appreciate it. Trust me when I say it comes in handy when carrying the bare minimum in a tiny handbag.
Lancôme’s Blush Subtil, $43
347 Rose Liberté - matte rose
541 Make It Pop - pink with gold shimmer (appears coral in the pan)
Just to prove how good they are, I’ve worn these Lancôme blushes with foundation, on bare skin, and with tinted moisturizer, and I have to say the longevity of these is A+ all the way. There’s no fading either.
The silky powder blush comes in a whopping twenty-seven shades to suit everyone - from sparkling, shimmer, and matte.
My fave of the two is Make It Pop because I find coral blush adds a really nice glow to my complexion.
Some of the products in this post were received as PR.
All photos and opinions are my own.