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Revlon Powder Blush in Oh Baby Pink! Review + Swatches

Here's a review on Revlon Powder blush in Oh Baby Pink!

Price: P575.00
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Other Location: Available in all Revlon counters in department stores, drugstores, and supermarkets

 THE VERDICT:

True story: I've never owned a Revlon powder blush, EVER so this new product's very much welcome to my big, happy makeup family. Revlon Powder Blush is simply your good ol' classic powder blush!

REVLON POWDER BLUSH IN OH BABY PINK! IN DETAIL

Revlon's classic powder blush promise to give you a silky flush of color; it is available in 9 skin- enhancing shades. 


Ingredients

Blush comes in a square acrylic pan with closure. Brush that comes with it is soft, albeit flimsy. There's also a mirror, although small and I can barely see my face in it, but it's nice to have for moments when you need a mirror.

Oh Baby Pink! is a pale Peach-Pink with a soft matte finish. Texture is pretty silky, it is unscented, and coverage is light to heavy, depending on the shade you have.

REVLON POWDER BLUSH IN OH BABY PINK! IN ACTION

Two layers of Oh Baby Pink!

Wait, did I really apply blush? LOL. Oh Baby Pink! is too light on me and I need to layer it on twice or three times to get a touch of color.

Color aside, one really nice thing about Revlon's Powder Blush is it's superbly silky that I can't help but stroke the surface. A silky blush is a great buy because it's so easy to blend, sits well on the skin, and to some extent, gives you a more even- looking skin; it's also a good texture for dry skin.

I like the quality of Revlon's Powder blush and I am interested to check out the other colors; this blush is ideal for normal, combination oily/normal, oily, and moderately dry skin types.

REVLON POWDER BLUSH IN OH BABY PINK! RATING

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19 Lovely Thoughts

  1. I think I need to visit Revlon so that I can try shades darker than that. But is the brush okay to use?

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    1. Hi Criz,

      Yes, brush is okay. I should do that too to check the other shades. :D

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  2. Hey Martha :) i agree, it is not noticeable on your skin at all based on the pictute you posted. Perhaps the super light tinge will be perfect if one is going for the au naturele look.

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    1. Yup, or if I want that are-you-wearing-blush-or-not look. :D

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  3. Hey Martha :) i agree, it is not noticeable on your skin at all based on the pictute you posted. Perhaps the super light tinge will be perfect if one is going for the au naturele look.

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  4. Can't barely see the blush too but maybe there's other shade which more pigmented than this. Though I prefer a light blush also for a bit natural looking to me. I never had other revlon products, I only have my all time fave pink in the afternoon lipstick that I keep on purchasing. I'm using a blush now a bit affordable than Revlon that works fine on me, I might still check other shade of this and try this too. Thanks for the review:)

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    1. Yup, I saw. I'm interested to try the contouring shades. :)

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  5. I have yet to try Revlon blushes. Will definitely check them out next time. It's good to know it's for oily skin, because I have oily skin and I notice that some blushes don't sit long enough on me (like Elf Powder Blush). Thanks for this review, Ms. Martha.

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  6. This color looks so beautiful!
    Although I would purchase Revlon blushes with tact because their blushes tend to get dry and crumbly after a few months, I don't know why. Had that experience with my mom's blush that was a dusty rose color. :(

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    1. Oh, is your blush same as this? Sorry to hear about that and thanks for bringing it up!

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  7. I think I can't splurge on blush. A lot of cheaper brands have beautiful colors but not all has fine texture. My favorite blushes in my collection are from Etude House (Lovely Cookie Blusher in Grapefruit Jelly) and Mustaev (single eyeshadow in Blooming Peach) :D

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  8. maybe there are other shades that suits you, but their blush is a bit pricey. hehe. though Revlon is a good beauty brand. ;)

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  9. I only have a stick blush from Revlon, and same as with the powder blush, it isn't that pigmented. But okay for that natural blush look. :) I like using Revlon's highlighting palette more since it has a prettier effect. :)

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    1. Thanks for sharing. I have a brick highlighter from Revlon; I should go ahead and try that. :)

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  10. It has the same barely-there, must-be-layered on effect on you as Happy Skin The Morning After powder blush has on me. :)) Love the French name! "Rose Oh Bebe!"

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    1. I've swatched the Happy Skin blush too and yeah, it's quite light considering I'm Morena already; love the lippie counterpart tho! :)

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  11. I am a fair skinned woman close to morena and I usually consider peach blush on because based on articles and make up experts if you're morena you should use Peach tone. Just like you I never owned a Revlon blush on. Based on your review I can consider this one on my next purchase because this blush on is ideal for combination to oily skin and the peach-pink shade really caught me. Plus it is easy to blend and the price is just right for a Revlon make up. Thank you for this review. :)

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