Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Bobbi Brown Blush in Apricot

bobbi brown blusher in apricot

Argh this blush has gave me so much trouble trying to photograph it, I just can't seem to get a good swatch so hopefully my description of it will suffice! 

In the pan Bobbi Brown's Apricot blush looks like a very vibrant, rich pink, it applies much more softly and naturally though. Bobbi Brown’s site describes it as a bright apricot, I think it’s more of a pink with apricot undertones. If you want it brighter it’s easily built up. Apricot is really pigmented but sheer-ish, if you get what I mean. There’s no drop-out with this silky-smooth blush. I use Real Techniques blush brush to apply all my powder blush. It just picks up enough and blends it out beautifully. Highly recommended if you haven’t tried it.

Bobbi Brown blusher in Apricot gives a nice, healthy looking glow. Something I much need at the moment! I’ve applied this lightly to add a touch of colour. I really do love this blush. It’s straight forward to apply, it’s not powdery on the skin and it blends out beautifully. It also lasts all day on my combination skin, although my cheeks are a bit dry at the moment.

The colour selection is great, there's something for everyone.I have my eye on the new colour Berry, it's beautiful and perfect for the autumn/ winter months.

Bobbi Brown’s blushes cost £19 from Bobbi Brown, John Lewis etc. If you're looking for a good, quality cheaper alternative you can't go wrong with Sleek blushes

Have you tried these blushes? Any colour recommendations?



  1. Love that colour, even though I always go for the peach tones I might try a pink shade as it looks lovely in you!

  2. thank you! it still has a nice peachy undertone, definitely a nice balance between pink/peach x


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