Jill Stuart Haul and Summer 2012 Blush #14 Lantana Honey Review

Currently I am such a blush and cream shadow hunter. Call me crazy but every time I see a nice blush or cream shadow, I feel like buying them. I bough these products when I went to Taiwan last month. I love it so much there and I bought many items there, you can see my haul post HERE . In this post I am only going to review Blush #14 Lantana Honey, I will be writing review for the 3 eye jellies in a different post. 

Honestly I am not a big fan of Jill Stuart and its cutie princess packaging. Somehow it’s too cute for my liking. However Jill Stuart products have won my heart. Although I am not a fan of princess type packaging, I have to say I love Jill Stuart :)

Jill Stuart Blush has the prettiest packaging ever. I love to see the design of the packaging and the color combination of the blushes. Staring at them makes me happy.

The blush I am reviewing today is from Jill Stuart Summer 2012 Collection; #14 Lantana Honey. You can see the Jill Stuart summer collection in the gorgeous Rouge Deluxe blog When mixed together, you’ll get a pink blush with a hint of shimmer. The blush is also equipped with a brush. I have to say that this brush is the best complimentary brush in a palette. I am sure I won’t have to bring another blush brush when I am travelling. This brush is good enough to be used.

As you can see in the swatch above, when the blush is blended altogether it looks pinkish with a bit of peach in this picture. I love pinkish cheek as it brighten up my whole look. When I want to have a more pigmented cheek color, I will just swipe my brush on the colors at the bottom. The two colors at the top can also be used as a highlighter for the cheeks or even brow bone.

I am comparing this blush with some other blush in my stash that I think would be quite similar, they are Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick Compact in Rose , NARS Orgasm and MAC Peachy Keen.

As you can see, Jill Stuart is the pinkest among all colors. NARS Orgasm and MAC Peachy Keen looks quite similar. I have written a comparison between MAC Peachy Keen and NARS Orgasm for your reference. You can see how this blush look on my cheek in the picture below.

Thank you for reading and hope you like it :)

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8 Comments

  1. Jacqueline says:

    Lantatna Honey looks perfect for your skin tone. Unfortunately I have not had luck with their blushes. Their Jelly Eyes on the other hand are very pretty.

  2. Luna says:

    Nice! I used to love JS mixed blush compacts and eye jellies.. But I haven’t been keeping up with their recent collections.. Lantana Honey looks very pretty!

  3. I’ve seen many pictures of Jill Stuart cosmetics online and I am always intrigued, but I haven’t taken the plunge because I generally hate to buy makeup online. I’d much rather see it and swatch it prior to purchasing. These are just so pretty though, it’s kinda hard to resist. Those eye jellies look EPIC!

    • Memoiselle says:

      Me too! I actually don’t like to buy make up online but some brands are not available in the country I live in so I have no choice but to buy it online. You can order from Adambeauty.com , I have ordered from them before :)

  4. Iris says:

    Lantana Honey looks very pretty on you! I go through phases with Jill Stuart, there are some seasons when I want the whole collection and others when it looks like just shades that Jill Stuart has already done to death. I’m still on the fence about the Patisserie collection for summer. After seeing some swatches on Fruity Lashes, I think I can skip most of it.

    http://www.fruitylashes.com/jill-stuart-summer2012-patisserie-collection-swatch-review-12105/

    • Memoiselle says:

      I think Jill Stuart’s packaging that attracts me the most. Usually I am not a fan of princess theme make up, but I really can’t resist having Jill Stuart. I like the blush from The Patisserie collection, it’s less shimmery than what I have. Thank you for dropping by :)

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