Stop the Presses For Inglot’s Cream Blush – 80


Inglot AMC Cream Blush in 80
Retails for $12
Can be purchased Inglot Cosmetics counters and online at Inglots
Net 5.5 grams / 0.19 us oz


The product comes in a plastic container with a black twist off lid.
The packaging is light but sturdy.
The product is easy to apply and travel friendly.

The formulation for the AMC Cream blushes is AMAZING!
The performance is spectacular because it gives off a natural translucent pigmented flush.
It’s hard to explain but the product appears very natural with out shimmery, matte or out of place.
This product by far is best blush I’ve used and it feel so light.
It’s perfect for every day use.

(one swipe – Inglot 80’s – bright pastel pink, it appears light but very easy to add pigmentation)

Pros
– Formulation isn’t sticky and feel light as air
– Nature looking blush with build-able intensity
– Easy to blend and apply
– Travel Friendly
– A dozen colors to choose from

Cons
– Limited Inglot store counters (but is available online)
– Do not leave in direct sunlight as formula will melt


Would I repurchase
> Yes of course!
I would highly recommend buying this product or at least trying it out at the counter

* I have dry to combination skin type.

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Hard Candy First Flush Kit (Living Doll Blusher)


Hard Candy First Flush Kit
Living Doll Baked Blush
Glow All the Way Face Luminizer
Sheer Envy Primer (not pictured)
Plumping Serum Volumizing Lip Gloss ( not pictured)

Can be purchased exclusively at Walmart here
Retails for $8 dollars
All items are mini-sized (deluxe samples)


Living Doll Baked Blush
I was really interested in trying Hard Candy’s baked blushes and Living Doll was on the top of my list.
It’s a hard pressed baked powder.
Net Wg 5 grams 0.18oz (1 inch pan)

The color appears a hot pink fuchsia in the pan however applied to the skin gives a very soft flush.
It has build-able color  gives a sweet pearly pink sheen.

( Glow All the Way Face Luminizer, Living Doll Blush)

Glow All the Way Face Luminizer
This is a great cheek highlight!
It’s comes with a easy squeeze tube with a shimmery cream consistency.
It’s very easy to use, blend and a little goes a long way.

Hard Candy Sheer Envy Primer
This is a silicone based primer that is white mousse texture and it applies clear.
It does have a distinct silicone smell but the smell fades.
Previously I have owned the full size and it does makes my face really smooth for application.
I would use this for drugstore makeup primer.

Hard Candy Lip Plumping Serum Lip Gloss – Pink
Unfortunately, I’m very sensitive to lip plumpers so I didn’t review this.
It comes in travel friendly packaging, doe foot applicator and is a opaque light pink.
In general I think the color not that flattering due to opaque color.

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Travel Size
  • You are able to try 4 Hard Candy products for the Price of 1
  • Color is very build-able

Cons

  • Lip Plumping Gloss ( I don’t enjoy lip plumper/color is too opaque)Would I repurchase > Yes if I didn’t already own it but maybe on re-buying because…
  • I say maybe because these products will last me a long time as little bit goes a long way.
  • I do recommend buying this product if  you are interested in trying at least 2 out of 4 products.
  • This set is great value for testing out new products and to give you a innocent pink flush ❤

Natural Makeup Tutorial: CoverGirl and Napoleon Perdis for Target)


“Ingredients”

CoverGirl Nature Luxe Foundation in Sandstone $11
You guys really got to try out this foundation!  Currently offer if you don’t love it get 2X money back, link here
It was the reason I went to try the foundation. I actually really like the application, packaging and coverage!

CoverGirl blush in Rose Silk $6
I am a sucker for packaging. This sleek design not only portable but it slides!!!
It’s wicked cool. You get a huge amount of product, pigmented and lovely.

Napolean Perdis for Target :  Limited Edition Eyeshadow Quad & Mascara $3 (on sale)
I really excited to get this palette because it was a awesome price and I wanted to try out some NP products.
The palette is a bit on the smaller side but has great colors and is portable.
*I bought one to share! I will be holding a giveaway so you can enjoy it too! ~ Stay tuned!


Napoleon Perdis Set (retailed $10, on sale $3)
I purchased mine at Target.com. It was limited and I believe it sold out online.
However, you might be able to still find it in your local stores.


The eye shadows pans are about the size of a nickel. So the palette very portable.
It’s all very natural, work-friendly colors. It does have shimmer.
The packaging is very simplistic but to the point and I like how it has clear top.
It’s got nice pigmentation and smooth to the touch.


The set came with a mini-mascara. It’s ok.


CoverGirl blush in Rose Silk
Gorgeous color! It’s a light pink with hint of peach and pinch of shimmer.
It gives a great light flush to your cheeks!
Oh my you get a lot of bang for your buck with this product. Huge pan!


Dude it’s got really cool packaging!
It look like ordinary pan packaging however you can slide the pan so no mirror or close it.
It does take a bit to get use to and I was little afraid I’d break it but once I got to slide, I love it.


Swatched: Sandstone Foundation, Rose silk blush, NP eye shadows



Final Look

Physicians Formula Happy Booster Blush in Rose

Hi Gals!
Recently I went on a wonderful trip with my friend Lynn and we ended up at Ulta where I was able to pick a few new cosmetic items.
I like Ulta because it seems every week they have a new coupon code for either 20% or $3.50 of $10 purchase on everything in store except “prestige cosmetics”. To find these coupons just go to Ulta.com and they have a button to print them out.

Anyways, I was really excited because I was able to pick the new Physicians Formula Happy Booster blush. Physicians Formula is more of a high-end drugstore brand but I really like the quality of their makeup. Their pricing usually around $7-$14 dollars. They just came out with the new Happy Booster Line which is sooo adorable to the upcoming Valentine’s Day. They have a translucent powder, 2 blushes, and couple of different bronzers.

Physician Formula Happy Booster Blush in Rose:
Retail $12-$14 dollars (avaliable most drugstores & mass merchandise retailers)
Ulta was also having B1G50% off sale so I was able to get this for around $6 dollar.

Here’s the packaging! It’s so adorable, pink and cute. The Happy Booster line is supposed to be designed to make you feel “more happy”. I don’t know the scientific claims about this or if it really works. I love the mosaic hearts in the blush, the metallic pink packaging and it certainly makes me happy because it’s so cute. I think this would be a perfect Valentine’s Day gift or any day gift!
It’s about the size of a compact mirror. The line only has 2 blushes: a natural one which is lighter and this one which is called Rose. I choose Rose b/c I’m looking for a pinker blush.

It’s mosaic style blush so that different colors. I just take my blush brush and sweep it over the compact to get a combined color. I hear that you can slightly alter the intensity of the blush color as one side is more “red-pink” and other side is more “light pink” so depending on where you sweep you could get different color. The color I get is rosy pink with shimmer.

I just think the hearts are such a nice touch. The blush also smells really good in the packaging like roses or violets. The smell doesn’t really transfer to your face.
So once you left the lid, there’s the product pan, under the product pan there’s a mirror and it comes with a pink-red brush. I missed seeing the mirror the first 2 times I used it but I’m happy to have finally found it. The brush on the other hand I find difficult to use so I just use my regular blush brush. It’s very portable compact.
This is me using it. I don’t know if the lighting in the picture will reveal the coloration. It’s a light pink rosy blush.
It’s very wearable and buildable for more color intensity if you would like.

Overall I’d give this product 5 out 5. I love the packaging, delightful smell, the mosaic hearts, the color and the application.
I wouldn’t be adverse to picking up more products from this line as so far I’m really loving it.

Other Information:
EmilyNoel83 on Youtube recently also did a review as seen here
* In case you aren’t able to find one right now, I hear this product will be featured in PF permanent line.
*Stila Cosmetics also came out with a similar blush called the “Make me Blush” as seen on Stila’s Website & Sephora.com.