Catrice Defining Blush review
In today’s blog post I’m sharing Catrice Defining Blush review, since I’m on this “blushers kick” lately. I have been trying out quite a few new blushers, and luckily I’m not disappointed at all, having a “blusher luck phase”(lol, WHAT?) Anyway, tried out two of the Catrice defying blushers, 080 Sunrose Avenue and 040 Think Pink. Keep reading the post if you wanna find out whether these blushers are “affordable” or just “cheap”,
080 Sunrose Avenue
It’s such a unique blush shade. I haven’t seen many blushers like this, especially in “affordable options”. I think blushers like this look absolutely amazing with bold, dark, statement lips; when you don’t necessarily want to put on a pop of color on your cheeks, but at the same time you don’t want them to look flat and lifeless either. This blusher has a very very very fine shimmer in it, it looks satiny on the cheeks, that’s how fine the shimmer is, which I actually like. It gives your face a very healthy luminous and glowing look. I think I’m gonna get a lot of use out of it in the coming colder months.
040 Think Pink
It’s such a beautiful coral-pink blush. So perfect for summer. I absolutely love the color and shine it gives to your cheeks. It’s suppose to be a matte blush, but it definitely has satiny, demi-matte finish. This is such a universal/no-brainer blusher shade, that looks good on everyone. You can keep it subtle or build it up depending on the look you prefer.
Catrice defining blushers are very very silky and soft, they’re oil free and fairly pigmented as well. The longevity of these blushers is great. These glides on the cheeks beautifully and are very blendable and buildable. These blushers also have Vitamin E, and claim to nurture and smoothen little imperfections, I don’t know about that claim, but I do know that these are worth giving a shot.
The packaging is very simple, which I prefer, I’m not a fan of funky colorful packaging. It’s a clear plastic/acrylic case, which is sturdy, it doesn’t feel cheap or unsturdy. Nothing super special about it either.
I hope you find this post helpful in deciding whether you wanna give these blushers a go or not.