Bourjois Paris cream blush.

Bourjois cream blush
Now I also will add my few little worlds to the whole river of reviews about these little beauties.

After reading this I definitely recommend you go down to a local drug store and check them out.

I don’t usually get excited that much about products that don’t cost an arm and a leg, not because they’re not good, but purely because I think it’s not a big deal if one doesn’t live up to our expectations and most of the mass market brands produce quite decent products nowadays.

Back to the cream blushers by Bourjois Paris.
I have two pots. One in no1 and the other in no2. No 1 is more natural looking, I’d say a peachy colour, where as no 2 is orange and looks fantastic with a bronzed look or more olive skin tone.

The cream texture feels lightweight and is very easy to apply even on top of your foundation. I used both my fingers and a foundation brush to apply them and both worked perfectly well. My makeup looked flawless.  I became a real fan of cream blushers when I tried one by Bobi Brown a couple of years ago. Now I would even dare to say these little pots from Bourjois are equally good if not better. The cream blush looks very natural, more than a powder in my opinion. With other competitors it sometimes might be hard to achieve results that are intense enough, however with Bourjouis cream blushers there’s enough pigment to achieve enough colour without having a thick layer of product on your cheeks.

Absolute winner for me. Small pots are handy to carry in your makeup bag and perfect for traveling, what’s not to like?

Have you tried it yet? What do you think and which is your favourite pot?

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