Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Blushing Bride Review and Cheek Swatches

When a beauty product gets a cult status and make-up artist & beauty lovers rave about it – it’s a sign that one has to get that product, too.

You all know by now that I love my cream/liquid/stain/gel blushers ( is my latest wish list) and I don’t even remember when was the last time I’ve bought a powder blush. About two years ago, I think (It was Sleek, LE)?! But I just had to get Tarte’s Amazonian Clay Blush ($26 from Sephora)

It was very easy to choose a shade, as I knew straight away that I wanted Blushing Bride, which is described as plummy rose.

Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Blushing Bride Review and Swatches

I love the fact that the packaging is the same shade, as the blush itself, very useful, especially when you have a lot of blushes from the same line.

And here is a close up of my beauty. As you can see it’s a pretty plummy shade with golden shimmer. Luckily, the shimmer is delicate and you don’t get it all over the face.

Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Blushing Bride Review and Swatches close up

So what is my impression?

I am actually

Rouge Bunny Rouge Blushes:Powder, Cream and Liquid

Rouge Bunny Rouge is one of my favourite brands and blusher is  among my favourite makeup products. So I thought why not doing a feature about the brand’s blushers, especially considering that I have all three types they offer: powder, cream and liquid.

Rouge Bunny Rouge Blushes Powder, Cream and Liquid

 Original Skin Blush For Love of Roses in Florita

This is probably my favourite powder blusher, both in terms of colour and formula. It instantly freshens up the face, blends nicely and looks natural. I also adore the flower pattern! For a detailed review click here.

Blush Wand Cheeks in Bloom in Rubens

This one has a very light texture, takes seconds to

Summer Makeup: Orange Colour

I did a post about relatively subtle peachy coral makeup and since it got a lot of views, I’ve decided to do one about bright orange.

I am not exactly the biggest fan of bright orange (on myself); I prefer fuchsia, so I was surprised to see how many products I have. So I’ve decided to feature only four, like last time: for lips, eyes, cheeks and nails.

So here we go:

Inglot Nail Enamel 949

I absolutely adore this nail polish! I have several different Inglot shades and this one is the best, it brightens up even a dull outfit and lifts the mood. In fact, I wore it last week and got a lot of compliments. See it on the nails here.

Clarins Rouge Prodige Lipstick in 118 Clementine

I personally can wear this shade only in summer when I get some tan, as it’s not the best choice for my light cool toned skin but with some tan, it’s amazing. Keep the rest of the makeup minimum and add Clementine for a

Illamasqua Powder Blusher Duo in Katie and Ambition Review and Swatches

I received several items from the Illamasqua’s SS13 makeup collection I’M Perfection and today want to show you one of the blushers.

It is  a Powder Blusher Duo (£26) in Katie (Candy Pink) and Ambition (Neutral).

Although I love cream blushers more, and I do adore the brand’s Rude, I like Illamasqua’s powder blushers, as well. I have actually featured one, in Allure, already.

Here is how the duo looks like, I love the sleek package and the big and handy mirror inside.

Illamasqua powder blushers are very pigmented, so you will need a tiny amount of the  product. They are also smooth and not chalky, which means that it’s easy to blend the product into the skin.

As for these particular shades – Katie is a light  baby pink, it should look awesome on fair skin tones and may look ashy on medium/darker skins. As for Ambition, it is a

Rouge Bunny Rouge Blush Wand Cheeks in Bloom in Rubens Review and Swatches

I am sure you already know that I am a huge fan of cream blushers 😉 So today I want to tell you about a recent favourite – Rouge Bunny Rouge Blush Wand Cheeks in Bloom in Rubens.

It was actually a part of my January favourites and one of the most used blushes this winter in general.

I like the cute flowery design and the small package that is easy to take with you. One more thing that I enjoy is a nice subtle  fruity scent. Moreover, I think it’s cool how these were named after the great artists.

As for the product, it’s really lovely, as you would expect. I know that some of you are afraid of cream blushers (I am judging from the comments), so this one is a great option to start with. It is definitely foolproof, as all you need to do is swipe it on your cheeks and blend with your fingers. You can also