Flower Beauty is Drew Barrymore’s beauty brand, and the Flower Beauty Flower Pots Powder Blushes have always appealed to me, but until recently, we weren’t able to purchase Flower Beauty within the UK.
Flower Beauty is now stocked on the Superdrug website, and the range is almost permanently on some kind of deal, which I guess is due to higher prices compared to the likes of Maybelline, Revolution and Revlon.
“Naturally radiant cheeks that are as pretty as a petal! Flower Pots Powder Blush blends on smooth and silky, enhancing your skin tone with a healthy flush of color. The shade warms your complexion to your ideal tone. Show off your rosy glow.”
The design of the Flower Beauty Flower Pots Powder Blush collection remind me of one of my favourite drugstore blusher formulas, and that’s the Milani Rose Powder Blushers, with both formulas featuring a raised rose pattern within the pan.
I love the Milani version, and it’s such a silky smooth formulation, so I was intrigued to see how the Flower Beauty version compared, with both formulas being around the same price.
The Flower Beauty Flower Pots Powder Blush is available in a total of six different shades, and I chose the Peach Primrose shade, as I just love a peach blusher, especially a matte peach blusher. It’s a peachy nude shade, which looks so pretty and natural on the skin.
Peach Primrose is completely matte, with a soft and buildable formula. I own five of the Milani Rose blushers, and I’d have to say, the formula between the two products is extremely similar.
Their packaging is similar too, so if you can’t get hold of Milani, it’d be worth trying the Flower Beauty Flower Pots Powder Blush formula, as you’ll love it.
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