Cream blush is my thing, so when ColourPop launched cream blushes, I was instantly sold. ColourPop Tumble 4 Ya Cheek Dew Serum Blush is just one of the shades I bought, but it’s been a nightmare trying to get my hands on more shades, as they’re constantly sold out, meaning they’re evidently very popular.
After ordering the ColourPop Tumble 4 Ya Cheek Dew Serum Blush, I read a few reviews on the formula of the Cheek Dew cream blushes, and I have to be honest, many people didn’t rate them. So I anticipated disappointment from the reviews I’d read, but I actually really like the formula.
“this innovative, mistake-proof liquid blush features a pillowy-soft formula that combines skin-loving ingredients with a dewy rush of colour! lightweight on the skin and buildable, customizable coverage leaves skin looking naturally flushed with a healthy-looking glow. its easy-to-use formula wears well over bare skin, concealer, or foundation and applies easily with a beauty sponge, brush, or fingertips!”
The ColourPop Tumble 4 Ya Cheek Dew Serum Blush is one of ten shades, and all ten shades are packaged with frosted, clear plastic tubes which you just squeeze to dispense the blush, before applying with your fingertips, beauty sponge or makeup brush.
They’re only $7 each, and you get 13.5g of product in each tube, which is really quite generous, especially as a little goes a long way to, so one of these tubes will last forever.
Tumble 4 Ya is described as being a muted cool-toned pink with a natural, dewy finish. That’s a pretty accurate description of the shade actually. It’s a pretty shade, and I’d love to try some of the peachier shades.
Reviews I’ve read which didn’t rate the Cheek Dew blushers, didn’t like the ‘wet’ formula. However, they’re marketed as being serum blushers, so they were always going to have a wet formula.
They feel almost like a gel, and they don’t work well applied over a powder as the wetter formula can break up your makeup should you decide to apply over the top of your powder.
You only need a small amount of product, and you do need to blend quite quickly and gently, so you don’t disturb your makeup underneath. The end result looks very dewy and with a subtle hint of colour.
I think the ColourPop Tumble 4 Ya Cheek Dew Serum Blush would be perfect for no makeup days in the summer, when you want a hint of colour, and glow, without worrying about a whole face of makeup.
Whilst the Cheek Dew formula isn’t my favourite cream blush formula I’ve tried, it’s still a nice liquid blusher, with lots of shades to choose from.
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