I think a make-up is not complete without a blush, it gives the face the color it needs. When I first started playing around with make-up I only knew about: foundation, mascara, eyeshadow, lipstick and black eyeliner. But back in the day we were lucky to have a black eyeliner, mascara and one lipstick. Who knew that there were more products? After discovering Youtube tutorials, in the 8th grade ( at 14 years old ) my world was forever changed and my makeup dictionary expanded to more then five items. I was hooked to them and stared experimenting on myself with colors. I only did my makeup in the comfort of my four walls, going to school with makeup on was a big no no. If you tried to get away only by applying a tiny amount of mascara, you were just fooling yourself, teachers eyes were perfectly adapted to detect the tiniest amount of makeup.
I really like the packaging, because it really easy to see the color of the product. I think that the brush included in the package is useless, I use a Real Technique blush to apply it.
The product is really pigmented so you need to be careful when you apply it, I suggest adding little by little until you reach the intensity you want. It has a sheen to it and it looks really good on the cheeks, it makes them glow. The texture of it is buttery and smooth, it glides on your face and you can blend it super easy in your skin.
If you use a good foundation underneath it can last you all day long.
I use them on a day to day basis alternating them depending on my mood. I think that both of them are perfect for spring and summer. I also use them without a foundation underneath and it also looks really good as well.
Have you tried them out? What are you fave blushes? I would really like to know.
Have a lovely day!