Review: BECCA Mineral Blush in Flowerchild

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You know how hard it is to take a picture of products with a mirror in them? It’s not fun, and they get dirty so quickly! That aside, here’s my review of Becca’s blush in Flowerchild!

Create your perfect cheecks with this effortlessly buildable formula. Infused with antioxidant vitamins for all skin types, even the most sensitive, it’s enriched, with micro-fine minerals and antioxidant vitamins to achieve a natural looking, flushed appearance. 

  • Vitamin A: reduces flaking and restores supplness.
  • Vitamin C: brightens skin and corrects even skintone 
  • Vitamine E: repearing and soothing antioxidant 

BECCA website 

I never tried anything from BECCA before, but I obviously know of them! I was really excited to try this blush, it looked absolutely beautiful. Now, let’s look at the promises, which are a lot. I call absolute BS on most of these, because a blush is NOT going to improve your skin, it makes absolutely no sense. You apply this to such a tiny part of your face, what would make the difference? If anything, my rosacea is concentrated on my cheeks, and they have not improved what so ever with continious use with this blush, it did nothing for me. That doesn’t mean it wouldn’t do anything for you, but I just don’t think that this would do anything, because you use so little.

But, on to the actual blush.

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I absolutely love this colour! It’s a really nice rose toned blush with a golden sheen to it. Which surprised me, as these are marketed as matte blushes. It’s really pigmented, so I need to use a light hand when applying this to my cheeks, as this can get a bit too heavy for my liking. It wears for about 8 hours, which is pretty solid for me! This is a really nice blush, however, I don’t really understand it’s price point. It’s really expensive for what it is. It’s not bad, I’m happy it’s in my collection, but I won’t be buying anymore BECCA blushes, as I don’t feel they are worth the price, they’re nothing special!

I do recommend this blush if you want to spend the money on them, but it’s not life changing. Have you tried anything from BECCA?

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