Monday, April 26, 2010

Make Up For Ever One Too Many HD Microfinish Cream Blush Review & Swatches

One Too Many HD Microfinish Cream Blush was just one small part of my Sephora sale haul. While I'm not usually one to get cream blushes, I figured I'd give this a shot.

One Too Many is a pretty peachy beige. It's one of those colors that I could use everyday, which is one of the reasons I got it. Not shimmery, just glowing peachy cheeks on my NC40 skin. I could use this with almost everything :)

The formula is smooth and light. Not at all heavy or greasy once set. Its nearly weightless, it's so subtle in texture and color.

The only thing I'd worry about with HD Microfinish Blush is that application technique will change the amount of pigmentation left on your cheeks. This blush sets quickly compared to MAC Cremeblend Blushes, MAC Blushcremes and NARS Multiples. Applied with a duofibre blush like the MAC 187, is a light application that is even and perfectly blended. Brush application though does require a full pump of product. Applied with fingers, far less product is required. Approximately half a pump is just right. However quick blending is needed prior to it setting. I do prefer using clean fingers because I usually use my MAC 187 for mineral blushes and darker more pigmented blushes. Make Up For Ever HD Microfinish Blush is definitely worth a look at. I hope to pick up a few more in the future as long as my budget allows for it ;)
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  1. I love these blushes as well. They are so pigmented and long lasting.

  2. I agree :) I just wish the dispenser didn't give out as much product as it does.