The ColourPop Foxy Pressed Powder Blush launched back in December, as part of the Big Poppy Collection. As the name suggests, the collection was all about the bright poppy inspired tones. If you’d like to find out all about the ColourPop Foxy Pressed Powder Blush, keep on reading…
ColourPop Foxy Pressed Powder Blush
The ColourPop Big Poppy Collection included a nine pan eyeshadow palette, two powder blushers, Lippie Stix lipstick crayons, lip liners, a Fourth Ray Beauty face milk and a Sol Body shimmery dry oil.
“pressed powder blush a rich blush that glides on smoothly and leaves cheeks with a natural and healthy flush.
this formula contains silky powders that adhere to the skin, providing long wear and colour that stays true all day! this soft-feeling blush blends evenly and can be layered to your desired intensity.”
The ColourPop Foxy Pressed Powder Blush is one of two powder blushers within the Big Poppy collection. In addition to Foxy, there’s also Outta Sight, and both blushers are housed within super bright orange compacts, with a rose gold foil poppy design on the lid.
ColourPop describe the ColourPop Foxy Pressed Powder Blush as being a peachy coral with flecks of silver, and it’s quite sparkly. In the photos on the ColourPop website, it didn’t look sparkly, so it was a surprise when my order arrived.
It’s still pretty, but sparkly blushers aren’t really my thing. I don’t mind a bit of shimmer, but sparkle just isn’t something I enjoy when it comes to blushers or bronzers. I’d rather keep the glitter for my eyes instead.
The ColourPop Foxy Pressed Powder Blush is quite a deep coral, which complements the poppy theme perfectly, and it actually doubles up as a pretty eyeshadow too.
I have many ColourPop blushers in my collection, but Foxy fades quite quickly on the skin in just a couple of hours. It is only an $8 blusher, but ColourPop blushers never normally have fading issues.
So whilst it’s pretty, I find the longevity to be disappointing, so it’s not a shade I reach for very often as it feels a little pointless. It’s rare that I find a ColourPop product to be disappointing, as I find them very consistent as a brand, but the ColourPop Foxy Pressed Powder Blush is a miss for me, unfortunately.
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