Hello gorgeous ladies, So are you all liking this comparison series? I hope you are liking it. Well without much ado, let me tell you about todayâ€™s comparison.
Today we shall compare two very popular blushes from Colorbar and Loreal. These blushes have been quite popular ever since they were launched. The work on their packaging, pigmentation very well and they aid in their popularity.
Colorbar Cheek Illusion Blush: This luminous and silky blush gives a natural looking radiance to your skin. It is lightweight with excellent blending power and velvety touch. Silicones in the product provide smooth finish and long lasting effect. And It is dermatologically tested.
Brush lightly over cheeks in light upward feather strokes .Blend well for a soft natural shadowy effect.
Loreal Paris True Match Blush: True match blush is a soft powder blush to give your cheeks a transparent kiss of color and to enhance your complexion with a radiant glow. Choose the hue that best compliments your skintone from amongst 5 radiant shades.
â€¢ Vitamin C: Leaves the skin with a healthy looking radiance
â€¢ Compact-size, with inbuilt brush and mirror
Colorbar Cheek Illusion Blush: Rs. 650 for 4 gm
Loreal Paris True Match Blush: Rs. 775 for 5 gm
Colorbar Cheek Illusion Blush: Very easily available at all colorbar counters and online portals.
Loreal Paris True Match Blush: Available at loreal counters and major online portals.
Colorbar Cheek Illusion Blush: Colorbar Cheek Illusion Blush has six different shades namely: Pink Pinch, Coral Craving, Everythingâ€™s Rosy, Bronzing Glaze, Earthy Touch, Rosey Peach.
Loreal Paris True Match Blush: Loreal Paris true Match Blush has five different shades namely: Pink Marshmallow, Pink Grapefruit, True Rose, Rosy Cheeks, Rosewood.
Colorbar Cheek Illusion Blush: These blushes come in the colorbar signature silver carton packaging. The blush is encased in a round silver pot that has a transparent lid.
Loreal Paris True Match Blush: These blushes too come in a round pot packaging but also have an added brush and mirror. The upper half of the pot contains the blush and the other bottom half has the brush and the attached mirror blush.
Colorbar Cheek Illusion Blush: The texture is pretty likeable which is neither matte nor too shimmery, it has the silky, satiny finish and has a quilted pattern on the blush cake.
Loreal Paris True Match Blush: The texture of this blush too is very smooth and soft and have subtle shimmer which is not gritty at allÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â , and just adds a satiny shine to cheeks.
Colorbar Cheek Illusion Blush: They have mediocre pigmentation and the color needs to be built up in two â€“ three swipes. Color building is not a problem, since these blend in easily and have no fall outs.
Loreal Paris True Match Blush: This too has medium color pay off and the color can be easily built in 2-3 swipes with easy blending.
Colorbar Cheek Illusion Blush: The colorbar blush stays for some easy 5 hours and above.
Loreal Paris True Match Blush: The loreal blush stays for some 4-5 hours.
I personally feel considering the brand and the price, the staying power of both these blushes could have been better. Few skin types may get a longer stay of these blushes.
I like the colorbar blushes more because of their nice color offerings and better staying power, moreover the loreal blush in expensive despite of the fact that both the blushes are almost of the same quality.
Have you tried any of these blushes?
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