After loving the Bourjois Cream Blushes, I thought I would give this other Bourjois blush offering a go. It's the same as their pH reactive lip gloss, in the sense that the formula and pink colouring adjusts to your skins natural pH. It's a nice change and adds that little bit of suspense as you watch the colour adjust on your skin.
From the Bourjois UK website:
" Self-adjusts into a bespoke personnalised pink when applied.
Bourjois launches a unique made-to-measure blush!
Thanks to its pH-reactive pigments, it self-adjusts into a bespoke pink for a fresh complexion and made-to-measure healthy glow.
Blush Exclusif uses Bourjois unique cream-to-powder technology, offering unrivalled blending quality and a buildable result."
CAPRYLYL METHICONE, TALC (CI77718), MICA (CI77019), METHYL METHACRYLATE CROSSPOLYMER, TRIETHYLHEXYL TRIMELLITATE, C30-45 OLEFIN, ETHYLHEXYL HYDROXYSTEARATE, TITANIUM DIOXIDE (CI77891), POLYBUTENE, ISONONYL ISONONANOATE, PENTAERYTHRITYL TETRAISOSTEARATE, ISOSTEARYL ALCOHOL, ALCOHOL, ISOPROPYL TITANIUM TRIISOSTEARATE, RED 27 (CI45410), CITRIC ACID, TRIETHOXYCAPRYLYLSILANE, FRAGRANCE (PARFUM), IRON OXIDE (CI77491).
In Natural Light L-R: Heavy Swatch, Blended Out
Price: Again this is from ASOS which I purchased for $9.97, however I can't find it on the website anymore. It is, however, available at Priceline for $20.00. A slight price inflation in Australia...?
Packaging: The quintessential Bourjois blush packaging. Magnetic closure and mirror on inside of lid.
Consistency: Creamy and smooth. Perhaps a little firmer in texture than the other Bourjois cream blushes
Fragrance: A delicate musk sweet smell.
Application: I simply tap it onto my cheeks with my finger and blend further with a dense Kabuki brush
Longevity: No issues with this rubbing off or disappearing in the day.
Colour Range: Just the one product that changes with your skin pH.
Finish:Velvety smooth finish.
Overall impressions: I very much enjoy this cream blush. It's smooth, easy to blend and gives that subtle and natural flush of colour to your cheeks. Also would be lovely softly patted into the lips. If you can get your hands on it I suggest you do, it will make for a lovely soft colour come summer or winter.
What's your go to blush? Have you tried pH changing products before?
Ellen Rozalia xx
*Disclaimer: All products mentioned were purchased with my own money and all opinions are my own