So the number one problem that I encounter is trying to find that good blush I can wear all year around. Since I am Caucasian and I am not super pail and I have neutral undertone I find it that for me personally it’s hard to find a blush that compliments most of my makeup. Today’s makeup review is Catrice Defining Blush Love & Peach with swatches. I got this from the Catrice PR and wanted to write up this review a few weeks ago but I was backed up with work and since this isnt’t a paid review I had to postpone it! But now it’s here and I have to mention it since I have been personally using it for the past two months.
Catrice Defining Blush Love & Peach
Let’s talk about the makeup review pros and cons of Catrice Defining Blush Love & Peach. The blush is from their new collection and I do believe that it’s part of their permanent collection. The blush as it’s name says is a matte peachy blush, I love my matte blushes to be honest! The blush shade is ideal for light to medium skin shades. It kind of reminds me of Sigma Beauty’s Peche blush from the Sigma Beauty Paris Makeup Palette but Catrice’s blush is a bit darker. Looking at the texture of the blush it’s soft and silky on touch and blends and applies with ease using either your fingers or a blush brush. The pigmentation of the blush is very strong so apply bit by bit.
Pros & Cons Catrice Defining Blush Love & Peach
The blush Love & peach comes in a clear container that is very elegant. I do like my simple and transportable packages. This package is very simple and easy to transport wherever you want! Do know that I got a sample product and wasn’t able to take picture of the packaging but I do know what it looks like. The packaging contains 5 grams of products. What is a very decent amount! The next thing in the makeup review of Catrice Defining Blush Love & Peach would be the swatches. As I wrote earlier the Love & Peach blush is very pigmented and do apply bit by bit to avoid getting a clown effect. The blush since it’s very pigmented it stays on around 7+/- hours. I do recommend this blush to anyone that has light – medium skin tone and has a neutral, olive or warm undertone. I do not recommend this to cool undertones or very fair completion since it might just look to peachy. I also recommend this blush to anyone that wants a matte finish blush.
Makeup Review & Swatches Catrice Defining Blush Love & Peach
To complete this makeup review of Catrice Defining Blush Love & Peach, I wanted to add something new to my review. This blush is an excellent dupe for Illamasqua’s Rude cream blush and Sigma Beauty’s Peche blush, so if you can’t get your hands on these products get the next best thing. The price of the blush is very reasonable for anyone that is on a budget or anyone that loves drugstore products. This is probably one of my favorite blushes of 2013. I am constantly using this Love & Peach and Sigma’s Peche blush since both are very similar (one is darker than the other) and they are perfect for my winter makeup.
- drugstore makeup
- good peachy blush
- dupe for Illamasqua rude & Sigma Peche
- 5 grams of product
- excellent shade for light to medium skin tones
- brand not available everywhere