Friday, 25 April 2014

Review // Rimmel Stay Blushed! Liquid Cheek Tint in Pop of Pink

Say hello to the Rimmel Stay Blushed! Liquid Cheek Tint in Pop of Pink, a blush I have been loving recently.


Although described as a "liquid cheek tint", I would actually describe this as more of a mouse formula, albeit on the runny side. This blends so nicely because of its liquid/mouse formula, and creates a really natural flush that can also be built up to a stronger colour. The colour of Pop of Pink is a pink verging on coral, so I think the name suits it well. I like to use a small stippling brush to pat and swirl the product on, but fingers do work well with it too.

Once applied, the blush sets to a matte finish. Sometimes I go for the matte look, but I on occasion I pair it with a highlighter to add some extra glow. And oh boy, when it is set there is no budging. The swatch on my arm was there for the entire day with very minimal fading, until I actively took it off with a micellar water.
Swatched and blended out

I think the formula and colour of this blush is great, especially for around the £4 mark. I wasn't particularly drawn to any of the other colours, but they are nice and wearable so I'd recommend that you give the range a look!
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6 comments

  1. This looks like a really nice shade and I love that it stays put too :) xx

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  2. Seems great:)

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  3. This looks really nice! I've been intrigued by these cream blushes for a while, but I find they never seem to sit right on my face for some reason! Xx

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    1. I love cream blushers but yeah, you have to get used to them. These ones are really lightweight and once set feel like there's nothing there so maybe they could work for you!

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