And so for the time being, I decided to keep my 'warm' blushers at bay (you know how fond I am of my Sleek Makeup Blush in Pomegranate and Tony Moly's Cheek Tint in Cherry Pink) and use something 'cool' instead. Case in point, the SkinFood Sugar Cookie Blusher which was sent to me by my husband about six months ago.
|SkinFood Sugar Cookie Blusher + my ecoTools mini Kabuki brush. :)|
|Photo credit: Drolly Pop Shop|
|So cute and dainty.|
|If you can read Hangul, good for you! :)|
|Sheer. Almost too sheer.|
It's a bit difficult to work with this blusher, though. I tried using a regular blush brush at first, but the color just wouldn't come out. Switching to a mini kabuki, I somehow managed to pack the brush with color and apply it on my skin.
|Cheeks with just a hint of pink. :)|
My husband is totally digging this look, too. Perhaps because he bought the blusher? Lol.
What I love:
- Cute, compact packaging.
- Has a mild, subtly sweet scent.
- Dewy effect on the cheeks.
- Gives the face a nice, healthy glow.
- Affordable price (when bought in Korea, that is).
What you might not like:
- Color might be too sheer for some.
- A bit difficult to work with, if you don't have the right brush.