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Cheap & Cheerful – Revlon Sandalwood Blush

Revlon and I are not overly acquainted. You could say we know each other, but we don’t really know each other.Like most women, I browse the stand when I see it but never with much serious interest. In the last year however, things have changed. The release of a few groovy nail polishes started it and then they hit me with Photo Ready concealer, a fabulous fabulous product.

Anyways, I discovered this blush today, Sandalwood Beige 080. In a nutshell, a nicely pigmented, subtle matte blush. The perfect shade for those of us with paler skin as it adds life to the face without looking like you’ve applied product. Instead of on the cheeks, I applied it in the hollows under my cheekbones, across my forehead and bridge of my nose.

Those are the reasons I like it and because it’s cheap at 36AED /7 euro. Yes please, thank you very much!

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2 Comments

  • Reply Fluffandfripperies

    Ah, I love the word groovy!

    November 17, 2011 at 7:36 pm
  • Reply Brett

    I also use Revlon sandalwood beige blush in the same manner you mention in hallows of cheeks etc… I love it its the perfect natural shade reminding me of cliniques die hard popular chestnut blush, And once in a while for extra pop after SWB I lightly brush wine with everything just on the apples of my cheeks for a natural subtle blush. I love the matte look as overly shimmery blushes draw attention flaws and look unnatural in sunlight! Love you post thanks!!

    November 3, 2012 at 8:46 pm
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