When it comes to trying out brands, one that I haven't really delved in to is No7. There is no particular reason, apart from up until they had a reboost and revamp nothing really interested me. That was until I did some snooping and found these cream blushes.
If you know me and read my blog you will know I am a huge fan of cream blushes so I was really excited to give their pop and glow cream blushes
a go as I herd good things about them and they did not disappoint.
I got the shade classic rose which is a rosey pink shade. They have three shades, this deep pink shade along with a baby pink and coral shade all of which are great formulas and would work for a variety of skin tones.
Classic Rose looks a lot darker in the tube than it does once you apply it on your face. The way I apply this is making 2 circles on my cheeks (think like a clown but not as intense) and then take a couple of minutes to blend it in to my skin using the Real Techniques stippling brush. (but your regular blush brush should be find too)
Although it takes a couple of seconds to blend in, it does it smoothly, evenly and very easily. It doesn't leave any harsh lines anywhere.
The packaging makes it easy to spot the colour among all the other make up bits and pieces you may have in your drawer and the marker like application means it stays clean and easy to store.
Considering this is the first No7 product I have bought I have to say I am very impressed. At just £9.95 it doesn't break the bank and you can usually find it on offer or gain a N07 voucher to use with it.
Are you a No7 fan? What would you suggest I try next?
Lots of love
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