Diana of London Blush & Glow 04 Apricot Mist
Today I am going to review on my favorite blusher from the Pink Family. This shade is a gorgeous one and not easily dupable. I am sure there would be many takers for it. So check the pictures and review to know more about it.
About Diana of London Blush & Glow:
Silky, weightless feel with a soft touch of color radiance.
- The baked blush instantly brightens and gives your face a fresh glow. Nine of the best colors.
- Skin friendly, gives an incredible streak free finish with a soft touch of color radiance.
- Light reflecting pigments, visibly softens the appearance of fine line and minor skin blemishes.
- Apply to the centre of the cheeks and above the cheekbones and blend, for a blush effect.
- Apply below the cheekbones to model the face and accentuate the hollow of the cheeks.
- Apply on key points of the face for glowing color and contrast.
Price: Rs 790 for 12 g.
You can buy from Flipkart.com here
My take on Diana of London Blush & Glow Apricot Mist:
Packaging: The blusher comes in a round pan kind packaging with a transparent cover. List of ingredients is no where mentioned. Other information is mentioned in the carton provided and shade name along with net quantity is mentioned at the back of the pan.
Shade: ’Apricot Mist’ is a gorgeous rosy raspberry coral blush which looks stunning in pan. I am not much a fan of pink shades but this is an exception. I am head over heels in love with his shade. It looks great on my NC 42 skin tone. It is a unique shade not easily dupable. I think it is a must have for every blush lover. This will look flattering on all kinds of skin tone. There are some 9 shades of blush in this range.
Pigmentation: This blush is intensely pigmented so I have to use light hand all time while applying it. It can easily go overboard and may give you a clown effect. So for a makeup novice it is a tricky product. It never stains my cheek though like other intense blushers in market.
Texture & Finish: The texture of the blush is very soft but firm, there is slight product wastage while picking up the blush with brush. It blends effortlessly on my cheeks over a base. It is a satin blush with minute well milled silver pink micro shimmers. Shimmers are not at all visible, it just imparts a sheen to the blush. This blush gives me a nice glowing effect which is not OTT. It is a baked blusher, but it is not at frosty or hard like other baked blushers. It does not harden up with time.
Staying Power: It has an incredible staying power of 6 hours + on my combination skin with a skin primer. Usually Baked blushers do not stay that long on my skin ever. This is the first baked blusher which gives such long staying power.
What I liked about Diana of London Blush & Glow Apricot Mist:
- -Shade ‘Apricot mist’ is a gorgeous coral raspberry shade
- -Stays on my combination skin for more than 6 hours.
- -Quantity provided is 12 g, which is pretty good.
- -Its intensely pigmented, so a little goes a long way.
- -It blends beautifully on my skin without leaving stain or streaks.
- -Some 9 shades are available.
- -It has satin finish with embedded micro shimmer which imparts a sheen.
- -It does not contain big chunky shimmers.
- -It does not stain my cheeks.
What I don’t like about Diana of London Blush & Glow Apricot Mist?
- -Not easily available.
- -No Brush provided with it. (Not a con for me).
- -No List of ingredients is mentioned anywhere.
- Packaging: 4 out of 5
- Shade: 5 out of 5
- Pigmentation: 5 out of 5
- Quantity: 5 out of 5
- Texture & Finish: 4.5 out of 5
- Staying Power: 4.5 out of 5
Overall Rating: 4.75 out of 5
Will I repurchase it? Absolutely there is no doubt about that. I am also eyeing other shades from this range.
My Overall Recommendation: Highly Recommended.
Have you tried Diana of London Blush & Glow Apricot Mist?
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