Comes in 4 shades I have Amaretto
Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxides
My thoughts on Bellápierre cosmetics mineral blush
This product is a blush I received in a subscription box and is not a typical product I would buy for my self. Mainly because it is in powder form. I have really dry skin so I do prefer using creams instead. But I love using blush on my skin even though I don’t use a huge amount of makeup every day I love using blush since I feel that it makes my skin look alive.
Bellápierre cosmetics mineral blush comes in a regular packaging for mineral blushes. It is a simple plastic container. You pore some of the product into the lid and then use a brush to apply it. Since it is a loose powder you need to tap it of or you will get way too much product to start with. It is always a good idea to tap your brushes of no matter what product you are using. But when it comes to loose products it is even more important.
When looking at Bellápierre’s webpage I get a little confused. On my product it says 6 grams of product but on their webpage it says 4 g. I don’t know if they have changed their package size or if there is anything else going on.
I think that the shade of this blush is really pretty but it does contain glitter which is really not for me. The only product I want to be shimmery or glittery on my face is my highlighter. I do have fine lines and I really don’t think that too much shimmer or glitter looks nice on me. But if you like glitter in your blush this one is really pretty.
The blush does last me all day and I think it is a really nice product.
Bellápierre cosmetics mineral blush is really easy to apply and it blends really smooth. It is buildable but I do find when adding too much it becomes patchy instead. So just be aware of that.
This is a really nice blush and if you like glitter in your blushes I would absolutely recommend this one.
I give this product 5/7
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