The Too Faced Love Flush No Ordinary Love Water Color Blush is one of five brand new blushers, which have launched as a new reformulated collection of an old favourite Too Faced product which was discontinued a couple of years ago.
Too Faced had the Love Flush Blush collection five years ago, and they discontinued them a couple of years ago which upset a lot of Too Faced customers, myself included.
I loved the blushers, and I still own the original blushers, so I was excited to try the new formula to see how they compared to the old formula, as it was described as being new and improved.
I have no idea why, but the five shades of this blusher collection are only available in the UK right now. Too Faced are an American brand, and they haven’t got any of these shades available in the US at all.
Three of the shades are available from all Too Faced stockists in the UK, but there are two shades which are only available from the Too Faced UK online store (Crazy in Love and Greatest Love of All).
“You’ll fall in love with these super soft, silky blushes that will have you flushed with the afterglow of your first love.
Formulated with a nourishing blend of tropical cocoa butter, this formula blends beautifully for a lightweight feel.
Buildable pigments and a natural satin finish give cheeks the pretty pop of colour you lust after. Available in 3 super cute shades!“
The Too Faced Love Flush No Ordinary Love Water Color Blush is one of five shades;
- Tropical Cocoa Butter: known for moisturizing and hydrating properties
- Skin-silkening texturizer: allows for sensorial experience, leaving skin feeling soft, silky
- Conditioning and softening ingredients: ensure formula is lightweight and comfortable
Just like the original formula of the Too Faced Love Flush Blushers, the Too Faced Love Flush No Ordinary Love Water Color Blush and the other four shades have exactly the same packaging.
Featuring the cutest, heart shaped, shiny compacts which give me serious Polly Pocket vibes, and the pans also have a similar raised bunny and floral design.
The pans feature a raised pearl design, two bunnies in the centre and roses all around them. In the original blushers, there weren’t roses on the pans, so they’ve had a subtle tweak, but look just as beautiful.
The original and now discontinued shades of the Love Flush Blushers were quite bright and vibrant, but the three new shades of the new formula are very muted and pale skin friendly.
This shade range has caught quite the stir, as it’s not the most inclusive, but the two Too Faced UK shades are vibrant, and knowing Too Faced, it’s highly possible that they’ll introduce more shades going forward.
I wanted to share swatches of all three shades, so you could see them all to get an idea of how they each compare, and see what the Too Faced Love Flush No Orindary Love Water Color Blush looks like. I have very pale skin, so all three shades work really well on my skintone.
However, if you have anything other than fair to light skin, I don’t think these three shades will match your skintone.
Too Faced Love Flush No Ordinary Love Water Color Blush is a lovely peachy pink blush shade, which is more buildable compared to California Love.
The formula of the Too Faced Love Flush No Ordinary Love Water Color Blush is incredibly smooth and creamy, and much more smooth than their original formula. It’s a completely matte blusher, and this shade is the perfect, muted pink for my skintone.
The pigmentation is on the subtler side, so if you prefer a less is more approach when it comes to blusher, you’ll love these blushers, and they last for at least six hours before fading. All of the shades are beautiful, and I’ll share the rest with you very soon.
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