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As you can see the packaging could be better designed as its pretty easy to pick up some of the wrong side. It's also fairly small in size so you need a good technique to get the product onto a blush brush. I tend to squeeze the head of my blush brush so the hairs are really close and then swipe it in the pan. This means I get an even coating on my brush and can apply to my face like usual. I tend to apply the highlighter with my fingers, but its totally upto you if you'd rather use a brush.
I think thats these colours are really pretty and flattering on the skin. I don't usually like shimmery blushes, but I find that the shimmer in this is really flattering. The colour is a muted red with gold shimmer to it - not glitter. I find that the colour lasts really well into the day as does the highlighter. The highlighter gives that really subtle glow to the cheeks and is a pale gold colour. I really like it.
Quality wise both sides are very soft, blend easily and are not chalky. I think that drugstore brands are really upping their game these days and that higher end brands are not necessarily of better quality. Obviously it's all personal preference but thats just my two cents on the subject. I know that it causes some discussion in the land of beauty blogging.
The Good - The shade, price, value, 2 in 1, longevity, soft, not powdery.
The Not so Good - Layout, lasts quite long if untouched but rubs of it you touch your face a lot, only two colours available.
Would I buy again? Yup, It's a good product. I will probably keeping my eye out for the other shade it comes in - peach melba.
Who would this be suited to? Those that like value for money or are on a budget. Also those that like the more pinky red/ shimmery shades as well as teens.
I can't believe its the weekend again already, time seems to be flying by at the moment. It seems like only a couple of days ago I was wishing you all a good weekend and here I am doing it again already!! Have a good one, H :)