I’ve been on a blush kick lately, and I decided to finally try the B By Superdrug Liquid Blush formula after hearing such amazing things about the formula.
B By Superdrug is Superdrug’s own beauty brand, and they have both makeup and skincare with vegan, budget-friendly formulas. Keep on reading to hear my thoughts on the B By Superdrug Liquid Blush collection…
The B By Superdrug Liquid Blush is available in five different shades, and they’re £6.99 each. However, the B By Superdrug range is permanently on offer.
The offers do differ from week to week, but you’ll never pay full price for their products, and I wouldn’t want to as the quality can be a little inconsistent across the brand, but I have only heard amazing things about these cream blushers.
I have four of the five shades on offer, and the only shade I didn’t want was the deepest and that’s Berry, as I don’t like deep berry shades. The blushers come in little, squeezy plastic tubes, and have little screw caps that look very similar to the Glossier Cloud Paint Blushers.
“B. Liquid Blushes have been designed for sheer but buildable finish and are available in six natural looking shades. The lightweight, blend able cream formula creates the perfect blushed look.”
Coral / Apricot
Nude / Plum
The B By Superdrug Liquid Blushers have a sheer, almost watery formula which is misleading as you’d expect them to be sheer in their application, but they do actually stain quite quickly.
It took a few goes to get used to the formula, and how much to apply, with having to remove some of my makeup a couple of times whilst getting used to the formula. They stain almost instantly, so you have to move quickly once you’ve applied to the skin.
Usually with cream blushers, I ‘dab’ them onto the cheeks and then blend out with my fingertips, but they stain the fingers, so I’ve been using a duo-fiber brush with them, which prevents any staining issues.
Plum is my least favourite shade as it’s very patchy, and it emphases dry patches really badly, but the other shades don’t, which is strange. My favourite is nude, as it’s so wearable and complements any eye and lip look.
I like them, but I haven’t been wowed by them like I thought I would be from the reviews I’ve read. For £7 they’re not bad, but the Revolution Superdewy Blushers are better, in my opinion, and they’re cheaper, and you get considerably more product too, so I’d recommend the Revolution version over these 100%, and they don’t stain as quickly either, so they’re a little more user-friendly.
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