The Revolution Blushing In Love Superdewy Liquid Blush is one of three new shades Revolution launched a few weeks ago, to join the existing five shades of the Superdewy Liquid Blushers which launched back in March earlier this year.
I do have a couple of shades from the original line-up, and they’re quite and bold and vibrant, so the more muted shade additions definitely appealed.
“Add a hint of tint to your look with the Revolution Superdewy Liquid Blush range. An easy to use, ultra-pigmented, buildable liquid blush. Go for a natural flushed finish or build it up for a more pigmented look.
You can also use this product on the eyes, nose and temple for an all-over natural colour. Why not try it with the Revolution Create Sculpting Powder Brush (R9) or Revolution Create Blending Sponge for a seamless blend?”
The Revolution Blushing In Love Superdewy Liquid Blush is £5 / $7, and contains 15ml of product, which is a lot for a cream/liquid blusher formula. Plus you only need the tiniest amount of product, as these blushers are extremely pigmented, and a little goes a very long way.
This particular shade is a straight-up cool toned, bubblegum pink, which is brighter than I thought it would be from the stock images on the Revolution website. It’s still pretty, but it’s a little too garish for my liking, but the formula is flawless.
You only need a pinhead sized amount of the blusher for both cheeks, so this 15ml tube will never run out before the formula goes bad, even with daily use, as it so very pigmented. I
t’s described as being a liquid blush, but it’s thicker than a conventional liquid blush, and is a more cream blush than a liquid blusher like the Em Cosmetics Color Drops Serum Blushers. If you like super pigmented blushers, you need to dry the Revolution Superdewy Blushers, and there’s now eight shades to choose from!
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