Today’s post is featuring YSL Rosy Blush. This the collector item from this Flower Crush Collection. The information of the collection can be found here.
The packaging of the product has a beautiful petal fuchsia flowers pattern. The pattern of the blush is nicely printed with visible waves; you can see the mixture of pink and rose gold shade.
Like a precious stylized petals, the marbled motif of the rosy blush palette entwines two shades of pink that played on contrasts between matte and iridescence. A blush and a highlighter, this nude pairing is perfect to highlight the cheeks, brighten the complexion, and illuminate prominent and shadowy areas. This innovative creamy – powdery texture blends in leaving an infinitely satiny and subtle veil on the skin. Sinfully radiant.
The description above is taken from the press kit
The texture of this blush is so so so soft!! The first time I touched this blush, I went “oohhhhh” and I can really feel the smoothness of this powder blush. The texture is so soft and you can feel that it is slightly creamy. Although you may feel the slightly creamy texture when I touched it with my finger; but when it is swatched on the back of my hand, I feel the texture is powdery.
The blush is quite sheer and it’s quite shimmery. I use this more as a highlighter rather than a blush. I like to add a touch of YSL Rosy Blush on top of my other blush so that it’ll give a nice glow on me. The swatches above is layered 2-3 times.
Overall I think this product is worth a pick especially if you’re a collector of make up item. I love the texture of this product where it is creamy & powdery at the same time. Spring is the season for girly items, and this is one of few make up products from Spring make up collection that I would recommend
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