Wednesdays typically mean new Revolution products, and the Revolution Superdewy Liquid Blush Collection is just one of the new launches today for the brand. I love cream blusher, so this launch has me very excited, especially as they’re so affordable.
Cream blusher has had somewhat of a resurrection over the last few months, and more and more brands are launching cream blush formulations.
I only shared the new Melt Cosmetics Cream Blushlights yesterday, and ColourPop launched their Cheek Dew Blushers. This new Revolution Superdewy Liquid Blush Collection is the latest addition to the Revolution Superdewy collection, and couldn’t be more perfect for spring and summer.
The fact ColourPop and Revolution have both launched an extremely similar product within days of each other, just emphasises how big a trend cream blush is going to be this year. Even the packaging is similar, and they both give me Glossier Cloud Paint vibes.
“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.”
The Revolution Superdewy Liquid Blush collection includes five pretty shades, and they’re each just £5 and contains 15ml of product. The ColourPop Cheek Dews are $7 and contain 13.5ml. ColourPop however, have ten shades to choose from – although many of the ColourPop shades do look very similar.
Both formulas are packaged within clear plastic tubes, except the Revolution Superdewy Liquid Blush has a narrow nozzle on the tube, and the ColourPop Cheek Dews do not.
The five shades within the collection are;
- Revolution Superdewy Liquid Blush You Had Me At First Blush – Vibrant pink
- Revolution Superdewy Liquid Blush Flushing For You – Bright rose
- Revolution Superdewy Liquid Blush Fake The Flush – Peachy tone
- Revolution Superdewy Liquid Blush Blush Me Up – Warm cocoa tone
- Revolution Superdewy Liquid Blush You Got Me Blushing – Muted Rose
The directions are nice and simple. Revolution recommend dabbing a pea sized amount onto the apple of your cheeks and blend into the skin using fingers or a brush.
They’re described as having a buildable formula, allowing you to build up your colour intensity. Revolution even claim they’re multi-use, and can be applied to the eyes, nose and temples (temples is a bit random).
I really like the look of all five shades. The swatches Revolution have done of the Revolution Superdewy Liquid Blush Collection are a little strange.
Nobody would apply blusher like that, so it’d be more helpful to see them all blended in to give us an accurate representation of the pigmentation and finish. If you’d like to check out the Revolution Superdewy Liquid Blush Collection, they’re available right now.