Review: Tarte Natural cheek stain – Blushing Bride

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Skærmbillede 2010-08-17 kl. 13.28.31.png (49 KB)This is my very first review ever, so bear with me.
I wanted to try out a blush that was not a powder, so I tried this cheek stain.
At first I was scared about the heavy color deposit it gave on the first application, but it is easy to blend out with the fingertips. This color is a orange-red on me, and I like it! It can be as sheer as you like, or you can build up more color, though it will newer be opaque.
It is sticky until you set it with some kind of powder, preferably a translucent one, otherwise you might cover up the color.
The package is a “pop-up” thingy, and it is ok. I use it directly on my cheeks, but i guess you could use a brush to be more hygienic.
The price is kind of high, but I haven´t really tried any other non-powdery blushes, so I don´t know if it is more or less value for money.
I would recommend this product, but only to persons with non-irritative skin. A friend tried it, and she started itching, probably because of the perfume (which is quite strong, but still a nice smell) or the added colors.

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