Creamy Blush Provides Buildable, Beautiful Flush of Color
Lightweight formula with silky soft feel on skin
Blends evenly over cheeks for smooth application
Photochromatic pigments bend and reflect light to provide cheeks with a beautiful glow
Revlon PhotoReady™ Cream Blush was created by Global Artistic Director Gucci Westman for the Spring 2012 collection. Inspired by the glowing skin of a beach beauty, these silky cream blushes glide on smoothly provide a dewy flush of color for a healthy, gorgeous glow.
Comments about Revlon PhotoReady Cream Blush, Flushed, .44 oz:
I have been a fan of Revlon cream blush for years, but my favorite shade (Blushing Mauve) was discontinued, so I have been on a search for a replacement. This PhotoReady blush is a sheerer product than Revlon's original cream blush, which makes it more versatile. It has no shimmer and looks very natural, with a nice soft finish. Don't be scared off by the brightness of the product in the pot; it blends out very sheerly, and "Flushed" is a good name for it, since you really can use it to create the effect of a natural flush. It blends well and is easily buildable, so it can be applied very lightly for a subtle wash, or more heavily for a stronger more defined effect, or slowly built up as you decide how much you want. On me it does not last as well as the more pigmented original cream blush from the 90's and 00's. (I could probably get it to last longer if I used a primer first, but I don't like having lots of layers on my face and rarely am willing to use primer, although I have several that work really well.) It also does not last as well as Maybelline Dream Bouncy Blush, but it is more natural-looking color than the Bouncy colors I have tried which all contain some shimmer. In sum, Flushed is a good-enough product for me, for now, but I still miss my Blushing Mauve!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend