Comes in two shades Sunrise and sunset. I got sunrise
Water, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Fruit Extract, Magnesium Lithium Silicate, Glycerin, Kaolin, Phenoxyethanol, D&C Red 6 Lake.
My thoughts on Beautaniq Beauty Blush Serum
I received this in one of my Glossyboxes and was happy about it at first. I usually love cream blushes since I have really dry skin and powders makes my dry skin even worse.
The color I received is sunrise which is a hot baby pink and, on my skin tone, it is completely off. I am medium toned (for a Scandinavian) and it is not a color I would go for at all.
The Beautaniq Beauty Blush Serum is highly pigmented and you need to be careful applying it or you might turn out looking like a clown instead
The formula is quite nice to work with and it almost feel like a powder when blending it into the skin.
Since it is pigmented you only need the tiniest amount and it can be quite difficult to blend nicely if you get to much. So, I prefer building the color up instead of overdoing it the first time around. Another way to go is to dilute it with some foundation or moisturizer (if you don’t use makeup). It blends really nice but only if you use a small amount and act rather quick.
I tried using the Beautaniq Beauty Blush Serum on my lips as well, and it really did not look nice there either. First the color is wrong for me (but it might suit you great) and the formula dries up and all my cracks are shown on my lips. You really need to exfoliate your lips if you are using it there or you will have pink color sticking to dry patches. And that is not a look to go for. Not yet that is (maybe one day that will consider to be stylish, but we are not there yet).
The formula does not feel greasy on the skin, which is quite common for liquid products like these.
I give this product 2/7
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