Has anyone else been really impressed with Physicians Formula lately? I love all of the new products coming out and it's all pretty impressive.
I remember when I wouldn't even think about this brand because the packaging was so poorly designed. I mean like cheap plastic and unattractive packaging. Lesson learned: packaging does matter.
I normally pick my Physicians Formula products up when CVS has a sale. It's normally buy one get one 50% off or spend a certain amount and you get extra care bucks back.
This blush comes in 2 shades: Natural and Rose. I bought natural, but I've read from other bloggers that the shades are so similar that you don't meed both.
The outside of the blush is made from a brown suede material. It has a cute little pink rope you can pull on to open it. I like the look of the packaging, but it's not the most convenient or practical. The brown suede tends to attract dirt like a magnet. It reminds me of the original Naked palette.
The inside of the blush is stamped with a rope like design. It has two different colors that you swirl together to make one.
When you flip the blush over, it's a clear lid with a mirror and a flat kabuki brush. I like that the mirror is so large, but when you are trying to apply blush, having the mirror on the back of the blush is inconveinient.
Natural is a peachy/pink blush. It features a light coral color with a darker color close to a rosey red in the rope. Together they blend nicely to create a light peachy pink hue. Not overly shimmery or glittery at all and nicely pigmented.
I was hesitant to get this blush because I don't like the bronzer at all. It turns your face into a disco ball because it's so shimmery and by the end of the day, the shimmer has transfer to my hands and clothes.