ArtDeco Dita Von Teese Blusher in Starlet Pink 31 Review and Swatches

Here is a final review of the Dita von Teese The Classics makeup collection, I have already reviewed lipstick and some eye products and now it’s time for a blush.

I have a shade which is called Starlet Pink and it is a bright blue based pink. It instantly brightens up the face and makes you look healthier and fresher, just make sure you don’t use too much.

The quality is really great, it is smooth and applies nicely plus it is easy to blend and looks natural on the cheeks.

In my opinion, this is a great budget variant for around £10 (get it for £10.25 at Tender Loving Skincare).

Powder blushers never stay on me for the whole day, and

Red(ish) Blushers: Hourglass, Clarins, Benefit, Max Factor and MeMeMe

Since my post about pink blushers got so many views, I’ve decided to write one about reddish ones, too. Do let me know, if you’d like me to choose 5 corals/peaches and berries/plums…

Red(ish) Blushers Hourglass, Clarins, Benefit, Max Factor and MeMeMe

So here is what I’ve picked:

Hourglass Aura Cheek Tint in Flush (review and swatches)

I think that Flush is a perfect name for this sheer water-based blusher, it gives the most natural and beautiful effect.  Cheek Tint is easy to blend, plus it has a nice staying power.

Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush in 18 Soft Cardinal (review and swatches)

This is probably my personal favourite! It is a gorgeous cream blusher with “wet & glossy” texture, it doesn’t enhance any dry patches and looks like a second skin, I use it