Shown in Candid Coral and Tickled Pink
- Finely milled
- Blends in easily
- Not extremely pigmented
This is one of the better blushes I've tried. Tickled Pink has a satin finish while Candid Coral has a shimmery / pearl finish. While you don't get a ton of product in the pan, blushes usually last a while anyway. The lasting power is decent, but not amazing, so I didn't mention it in the pros and cons.
Although I said not "extremely pigmented," that doesn't mean it's sheer. It's just not as pigmented as the Wet n Wild blush which I also swatched and reviewed recently.
I'm sure a lot of people have noticed the similar packaging between the E.L.F. Studio line and the NARS compacts. The E.L.F. ones are made of plastic while the NARS ones have kind of a silicone finish. The good thing about plastic is you can easily wipe off any dirt / dust.
$3 for 0.0975 oz / 2.75 g