Sheer, blendable blush stick for an instant kiss of color anytime, anywhere
Cheeks appear naturally flushed and beautiful
Luxurious, cream to powder formula
Mistake-proof, easy to use
4 gorgeous shades
Suggested Age: 16 Years and Up
Color Family: Pink
Color Finish: Satin
Color Palette: Dark Tones
Product Form: Stick
Cosmetic Coverage: Sheer
Item Number (DPCI): 052-02-0233
Illuminate and enhance your best features with the Revlon Insta-Blush mistake-proof blush stick. This luxurious, cream-to-powder formula is sheer, blendable and easy to use for an instant kiss of color anytime, anywhere - perfect for on-the-go touch-ups. Your cheeks will appear naturally flushed and beautiful with this cream blush that provides the perfect finishing touch to a contoured or highlighted look. This luxurious, creat to powder formula is available in 4 globally gorgeous shades.
How to Use: - Use on the apples of your cheeks as a finishing touch-anytime, anywhere. - Pair with Revlon PhotoReady Insta-Fix Makeup and Revlon PhotoReady Insta-Fix Highlighting Sticks to complete a highlighted, contoured look.
I am really disappointed with this insta-blush stick. I am a very Chapstick kind of person. Chapstick goes on smooth and slightly moisturizing with a hint of color. No too much but enough...just add some natural glow/ color. So, needless to say, a blush stick idea really appealed to me. Have you ever painted the interior walls of your house? When you do you have 5 different choices for coating: flat, satin, eggshell, semi-gloss, and high gloss. I was hoping for the blush stick to be like similar to that of eggshell to semi-gloss (like Chapstick). No, this is straight-up flat. I can't even relate it to satin. The color that flat. It's so flat, it doesn't look natural, let alone give you a "glow." Furthermore, for something so flat (you would think it would be more of a stain) it still cakes and rubs off after a few hours of just running around town. don't mean to be such a critic, but I do regret this purchase. Just want to give you a heads up. Fyi: I bought the "pop pink." I used it twice hoping it was just my application or maybe the day ro weather. No, nothing changed.
Very light and sybtle-- in both color and shine is as almost indiscernible-- which is why I LOVE this! I'm fair and 62 years old. Short 'n' sassy hair I've ket go white, and I see ork in high tech in S. Francisco. I have always gone for the " lightly enhanced" close-to-natural look...and as wrinkles are now part if lifemm, it's even more critical to avoid anything that looks cajeymd firm heavy, settling in to wrinkles. I rub this on the as pokes if my cheeks as I race off yo eork...and where I'm getting little ( gasp!) " hollows" at the tops of my cheeks, under my eyes ( where skin is starting g to be affected by gravity...) the tiny bit of hat I guess Reevlon calls "gold glow" helps counteract that. I as far as I can tell, the " gold" just means it's more of a peach-- def not " pink" which I'd hate. If it was truly shiny it would look stupid. This is perfect-- dont even have to blend it-- so sheer and subtle. And INEXPENSIVE! Just a great product!
1. The color rose gold doesn't even show up, there is NO pigment.
2. The mix of cream and shimmer magnifies even the smallest pores.
So essentially this is just a pore magnifier. Not even worth trying to use it as a highlighter. Waste of $$!
I bought this cream blush thinking it would be somewhat like the Maybelline mauve that has sadly been discontinued. I was completely disappointed bc comparatively, it doesnt come close to the amount of pigment so you have to use a lot. To get it to the shade you want. I am fair skinned. I would not recomend.