Review: Too Faced Sweethearts Blush

If I were to describe the packaging of the Too Faced Sweethearts blushes in one word, than that word would be ‘girly’. The pink heart-shaped cardboard packaging speaks to the former teenager in me and, even though it is far from subtle, even the grown up in me appreciates it. The actual blush itself consists of three parts, a bright cool-toned pink, a warm peach and a more neutral peach. Looks like a real must-have for all blush lovers out there, but is it really?

The blush has a pretty smooth formula and is just the right amount of pigmented. By ‘just the right amount of pigmented’ I mean that you don’t have to use too much product to create a flushed cheek, yet you are safe to work your brush in there a little without creating instant clown-face. This makes it an easy to use product that works with a lot of different brushes. Before buying this blush, I was a little afraid that the pattern would be ruined once I started swirling my brush in. Luckily that did’t happen and I can still admire the individual colors of the blush.

This blush is glittery, very glittery. Luckily it is not cheap chunky kind of glitter, but the more high end finely milled type of glitter. The third (more neutral) part of the blush contains the most glitter, so I tend to avoid that stripe for an everyday look. When applying only the first two colors, you can still notice a bit of the glitter but not too much. For evenings I would definitely use the most glittery part of the blush as well.

Individual colors

Colors mixed together

All in all, I think that this blush is definitely worth buying if you can deal with a bit of glitter. You can use the colors individually or mix them together, so this one product would suit loads of skin colors. The packaging is girly, cute and a real eye catcher. I do find it a bit bulky though, so that is something to keep in mind when traveling.

You can buy the Too Faced Sweetheart Blushes here for €28,50.
The product featured in this post is vegan and cruelty free.

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