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Make Up Revolution One Blush Stick

By Nikki Sumner @gamergirl0621
So there are always those beauty products that everyone raves about and I always wonder if they are worth the hype. I have seen lots of posts about various Make Up Revolution products and having tried a few pieces I have become quite the fan of this brand.
There is one product that has taken me ages to buy as every time I went to look for it there were none in stock so imagine my happiness when I finally found the One Blush Stick on the shelves!!
It is a versatile blusher as you can also use it on your lips as it can be used wet for a sheer look or dry for a more striking look.
The thing to remember is a little goes a long way with this one as it is highly pigmented.
Make Up Revolution One Blush Stick
Make Up Revolution One Blush Stick
Make Up Revolution One Blush Stick
I chose to try the Matte Pink Shade as I love pink blushers for my skin tone and this is very pink! I swatched it on my arm dry (I forgot to do a wet version) and as you can see it is is very vibrant and I found I only need a small amount on my blusher brush.  I have yet to try it wet to see what the sheer version will be like.
Overall at £6 it isn't the cheapest blusher on the market (when you can buy them for £1 ) but I think its great value for money and I love the color and creaminess of it and the packaging is nice which always draws me in!
I think its fair to say I'm sold and hope to pick up more in different colours!!
The more products I try from Make Up Revolution the more I fall in love with them and next on my list are some of their funky lipsticks!
What would you recommend I try next?
Make Up Revolution One Blush Stick

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