Thursday, 28 August 2014

Inika Mineral Blush Puff Pot | Review/Swatches

Inika Mineral Blush Puff Pot
Natural light
With flash
Inika's Mineral Blush gives you warm, luscious colours delivered to you straight from nature! The texture is extraordinarily soft while the lack of fillers means that the pigment is super concentrated, so a little goes a long way! Free from oil, alcohol, talc, fillers, fragrance, preservatives and chemical dyes for all day colour and a long lasting youthful glow. Inika Blush is available as a loose mineral powder (to be applied with the Inika Blush Brush) or in a convenient puff pot for 'on the go' application.

This is the second product I have now tried from Inika I previously reviewed the Inika Liquid Foundation link I was actually quite pleased with the foundation so I was pretty excited to try mrs from the range as they specialise in mineral makeup.

Ok firstly I love the concept behind this puff pot, the packaging is easily usable and the puff is soft and dispenses the product effectively, the packaging also comes with a cute little mirror on the outer casing of the lid, however there is one downfall I feel there is way too much glitter involved and as the glitter particles are light they kind of float everywhere! Maybe if this was a shimmer-free blush it would have worked perfectly. I have however used this as a body shimmer on my collar bone in which it works quite well because I just couldn't pull it off on my face so for that I don't think I would pay the price this comes at besides there is many cheaper options for this same concept of blusher for much cheaper.

Blusher £15.30
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6 comments:

  1. It looks lovely, it's just so shimmery! I don't mind shimmer but that looks too much!! Disco ball springs to mind....
    xxx | daisydaisyxxo

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  2. So pretty this is definitely prom makeup or flower girl. I think it looks more eyeshadow than blush
    Carrieanne x
    http://www.beautiesunlocked.com/

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    1. The texture is just too light for me to even use it as a eyeshadow x

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  3. I actually like wearing shimmer and glitter on my face I am obsessed with sparkly highlighters xxx

    Blonde of Carbs

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