Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Help Needed...!!

Hey Dolls

So this post is a little bit of a shout out for help...

Revlon - Photoready Cream Blush in Flushed.........

                   


So i bough this product a while back as the colour was simply to die for and to be honest i hadn't tried a cream blush before so this looked like a good time to test the water.

I think i have had this blush now for about 2 months and i haven't wore it out the house once not even nipping to the shops, why i hear you ask..  Simply because i cant get to grip with how to apply this blusher.  I have tried using my fingers and tried numerous different brushes but still the same thing happens..  Ive tried it before bronzer and after but i still get the same effect.

When i put it on my cheeks on top of bronzer or beneath, it seems to leave a smear on my cheek where i have applied it and i simple cant get it to blend properly?

WHAT AM I DOING WRONG...????

I would insert a picture here of my lovely smeared cheeks but you would all simply laugh..  How can it be so hard to apply a little blush :(

If you have any tips on how you can help then leave me a comment im at my whits end...!!

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8 comments:

  1. Oh no, don't think I have any great tips but this is usually why I stick to powder blushers!

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  2. im so rubbihs at using it. I need help as i really want to be able to wear it :( xx

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  3. I juet got these. Do you have the real technique brushes if so you need the contour one. Somehing small pointed and packed full of brushes that does give on your face. You need to take a really small amount to begin wih then buff in circle motions on the cheeks then apply a bit more then really really blend. Ive found this is the only brush that works with them!

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    1. Awe thank you so much for sharing this with me.. Im just at a total loss with it and its a beautiful blush too. i will deffo try it with the RT countour brush and see how i get on :)

      Gillian
      xx

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    2. That's what I use for cream blushes too! It really works but to be fair some cream blushes really don't work! Some formulas aren't too good but deffo try the RT brush first :) xx

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    3. Awe thanks Carlyn, im honestly useless with it altho tried using the countouring RT brush this morning with it and its seems to blend so much better - only problem is i think ive used a bit much.. lets say ive got nice rosey flushed cheeks :) Thanks for your help.

      Gillian
      xx

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  4. Hiya :) I find dense round kabukis or stippling brushes are perfect for cream blushes! I always apply to the back of my hand first and work from there since the pigmentation is usually really high. If it's still looking a little bit "smeary" use the brush you applied foundation with to buff out the edges and blend it with your base :) that's what works for me xxx
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    1. Awe thanks so much Lauren. I will deffo try this out i used the RT countouring brush and it blended in ok but just used far to much and tried to tone it down and made my face look really cakey - so will try it on my hand next time see how i go :)

      xx

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