Made By Mitchell is stocked on Beauty Bay, as well as having its own website, and as a whole, the brand is very bright and colourful, but the liquid blushers really appealed to me, as liquid blush is my favourite blush formula.
“Enhance your Natural Colour with Made by Mitchell’s Cream Blushers, Oh hey Blursh™. Suitable For All Skin Types. Blursh™ was formulated for the blusher lovers.
I’m a blush addict, but one thing I’ve always found with liquid/cream blushers is that it would separate my base makeup… until BLURSH was made. It’s a liquid to powder finish, allowing it to be layered underneath or over the top of your base makeup.“
The Made By Mitchell Blursh Liquid Blusher is £14, and contains 6ml of product. Each of the liquid blushers are housed within clear, frosted plastic tubes with chartreuse lids, and feature a doefoot applicator.
There are currently fifteen different shades of the Blursh liquid blusher, and I ordered the Made By Mitchell Blursh Liquid Blusher in Can’t Cope With Coral, and Peach Sugar, but there are tonnes of beautiful shades, and they can even be used as liquid lipsticks too, according to the brand.
This is the Made By Mitchell Blursh Liquid Blusher in the shade Can’t Cope With Coral, which the brand describes as being a ‘bright bold coral’, and it really is the perfect peachy coral.
The colour of the doefoot applicator scared me a little, as it’s so garish and bright orange, but I don’t know why, as the product itself is nothing like the colour of the doefoot, so that’s a bit weird.
I really like the formula of the product. It feels like the NYX Soft Matte Lip Creams funnily enough, except considerably thinner, but it has that same powdery, smooth texture once dried down onto the skin.
Made By Mitchell claims, the Blursh liquid blushers feature blurring technology which allows all skin textures/types to Blursh, and as you can see from the swatches above, it really does make the skin look perfected and smooth.
It’s completely down to personal preference, but I, myself, really dislike glittery blushers, and the Made By Mitchell Blursh Liquid Blusher in Can’t Cope With Coral is overloaded in obvious gold glitter, and I had to include a macro shot, so you could see how much gold glitter is in this shade.
My skin looks seriously smooth in the photo above, the gold glitter is very noticeable on the skin, and I just don’t like glittery blushers myself, and the other shade I bought; Peach Sugar, is also loaded with gold glitter.
If you love glitter, you’ll absolutely love these liquid blushers, as the formula is beautiful, and they last for upto six hours on my skin before fading. I would love for Made My Mitchell to launch some glitter-free matte shades, as I’d 100% buy them, as I really do enjoy the formula.