With the transition into Spring, I find that I have been reaching more and more for my liquid and cream blushes over the traditional powders. I prefer liquid and creams during Spring, as I find that their finishes create a dewier appearance. One of the staples in my collection is the Tarte Maracuja Cheek Tint in the shade Deep Berry.
I love the packaging. I always prefer a bottle with a pump compared to a squeeze tube. It distributes the tiniest 'pea' sized about so that too much is not used and wasted. The bottle itself is very aesthetically pleasing; a deep pink bottle with golden writing and purple detailing.
Deep Berry, as the name suggests, is a deep pink berry colour that I think would be universally flattering on many skin-tones. I dabbed a little bit of the blush on the apples of my cheeks, and blended it out with my cream blush brush; with is just a MAC 187 stippling brush. A word of warning though, this product stains, badly. It took over twenty-four hours for the stains on the tips of my fingers to begin to fade. The texture of the blush is neither a dream or a liquid, but more of a gel consistency, which is quite cool.
Do I not look Spring fresh? I love the nice, light flush this Tarte Maracuja Cheek Tint gives me. It looks like I've been out having fun in the sun, enjoying the nicer weather. It gives my cheeks a nice 'lightness' that just generally uplifts any makeup look that I pair with it.
Have you used the Tarte Maracuja Cheek Tints before? What about cream and liquid blushes -yay or nay?
Louise x x