Sleek Rose Gold Blush Review
I don’t know why I’m obsessing over new blushers lately. If you follow my makeup related posts you know that I’m very particular about the blushers I wear. I like very specific shades and I stick to them, for-freaking-ever. Lately I’m trying out new blushers, and I have to say I’m enjoying it more than I expected. Today’s blog post is about a blusher, which is a total dupe for a very famous blusher from NARS with a very sexual name(lol). I swear to God I don’t know what goes through their minds when some cosmetic companies name their makeup products. Like why do you have to make it sexual. Anyhow It’s a total dupe for NARS Orgasm blush and if you can’t get your hands on Sleek Rose gold blush, but you love the look, NYX “Pinched” is another dupe. They all are almost the same, if not the exact same.
Sleek Rose Gold Blush
On their Website this product is discribed as;
“Our blushers are long lasting and highly pigmented available in a variety of finishes. Each shade glides on smoothly and enables you to create an array of stunning looks. We offer a wide range of shades to complement any skin tone, no matter the occasion.
Store in a cool dry place
Not tested on animals
I have few more Sleek blushers, I love them all, but I also would like to state that the pigmentation is not equal of all the blushers. Some are super pigmented that you have to be very careful with your application, and some are more forgiving and buildable. Sleek Rose Gold Blush is one of them. This blusher is buildable but not insanely pigmented, which in my book is a good thing for a blusher. I would rather build up the blush than fixing it with foundation brush or powder and cake up the face.
Sleek Rose Gold blush definitely has finely milled glitter. It looks more shimmery than chunky and glittery. Sleek Rose Gold blush shimmer is finer than NARS Orgasm blush. I like blushers with a little bit of very fine shimmer, especially when you get ready in hurry you can skip on the highlighter, and it gives a beautiful shine. I love it, but I do know shimmery blushers are not everyone’s cup of tea, at the same time, I don’t think it looks that intense on the cheeks. (p.s that’s not my middle finger, just saying*lol*)
As you can see in the pictures it’s a true rose gold color, the formulation and look is very much like Estee Lauder’s limited edition “Tease” blush, the only difference is that was more PINKY than ROSEY. Anyway, you can definitely build it, or apply the tinniest amount. With the black smokey eye I went for a very light wash, and built it up with the other look. Again it’s such a versatile color. I shared Clinique Cheek pop, Berry pop review last week, that is also such a versatile all year round kinda blusher, if this isn’t your thing, you might like that. The packaging is very simple and SLEEK. Matte black packaging with Shiny black writing, and a mirror.
Would I recommend Sleek Rose Gold Blush ?
A blusher like this looks really great all year round, but especially in spring and summer you can really get away with a blush like this, even if it’s not your style. I think that Sleek Rose Gold blush would compliment many skin tones, if not all, it’s just about your preference. I absolutely love it. It’s such a great product, plus it costs, €5.99.
I hope you find this post helpful.