Today I want to show you my first ever Shu Uemura blush. I have never bought any of Shu Uemura’s blushes but this one caught my attention. I don’t own any soft pink blush hence when I saw this, I immediately sold.
The main reason that stops me to buy Shu Uemura’s blush is the packaging. I find the packaging unattractive and too simple. The case is very lightweight which is obviously not my favorite part of a makeup item. Shu Uemura sells the makeup case separately. This case can also be used to hold two eyeshadows.
The texture of this blush is very nice. It’s buttery, very easy to blend and very soft. The blush is matte; there’s no shimmer at all. I guess this range would be suitable to ladies out there who are not a big fan of shimmer.
M325 is a very soft pink blush. Although this color is very soft and almost doesn’t show on my skin, the color is buildable. In my skintone, this blush needs to be applied 2-3 times to show up the color. I am not a big fan of soft pink blush but this is a nice choice to complement my blush collections In the swatches below, you can see how it looks on indoor lighting and direct sunlight. On these swatch pictures, I swiped the blush 3 times.
As you can see, the color looks quite pale on my skintone. Honestly it’s not one of my favorite cheek color, but sometimes wearing a different color might be a nice thing to do
I did a look with this blush, what do you think?
Giorgio Armani Eyes To Kill #8 Champagne as a base, L’Oreal Infallibble in Endless Chocolate, Giorgio Armani Eyes To Kill in#25 Rusted Gold, Dior Eyeliner in Black, L’Oreal Lash Architect 4D, Shu Uemura Eyebrow Pencil
Urban Decay NAKED eye palette in buck for bronzer, Guerlain Meteorites Travelling Pearl for highlighters and Shu Uemura Blush M Soft Pink 325
Do you have any Shu Uemura blushes? What do you think about them?
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