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Laura Geller Blush-N-Brighten with Brush - Golden Apricot

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Laura Gellar Blush well worth the price!


I'm usually cheap when it comes to cosmetics, buying the cheapest mascara, lip gloss, etc, that I can get away with, but the Golden Apricot blush is well worth the extra money. A little blush goes a long way (you don't have to shake a bunch off your brush either like with some of the cheaper cosmetics), I use it probably four or five times a week and it has lasted me three months already. This shade is universally flattering, my sister and mom have both used it as well and our skin tones range from ivory to medium/olive hue, as well as being a very natural color. If you like natural looking blush, this is definitely the blush for you. Because the color is natural looking the blush also works well as an eye shadow to give you a fresh look. I have sensitive skin and haven't had a problem with it clogging pores, irriating my skin or causing breakouts. All in all, I definitely recommend this blush as a go-to for any skin tone and I promise it is worth it.

Greenville, MI


Everything's better when it's baked - even blush!


***Quick View***: I have been a fan of Laura Geller's line of cosmetics for years. Her line of baked products is great. I have TONS of blushes but tend to stick with rosy hues. I decided it was time for a change so I picked up **Laura Geller Blush-n-Brighten Blush Compact in Golden Apricot**. I thought I would look orange  it doesn't at all. I love this shade and the formula is really great. I'll be buying more shades soon. ***My Take on Laura Geller Blush-n-Brighten Blush Compact, Golden Apricot*** This blush is baked and has a somewhat uneven texture. It isn't one color throughout. There are shades of deeper apricot and lighter all swirled within the compact. I like that because blush really shouldn't be one flat color. A little variation makes skin look better and the blush look more realistic. This compact of hard packed blush looks peachy but also has deeper apricot hues. I was totally afraid that my pale olive skin would look like a pumpkin when I applied the blush. To the contrary, the shade actually looks very natural and is a great change from my usual rose hued blushes. **Laura Geller Blush-n-Brighten Blush Compact** is not super shimmery (luckily) but does have a slight sheen to it. It's buildable so one little swipe across the cheeks looks like a slight blush and an another builds the color for more drama. The blush stays on for hours without fading or streaking. I use it over gel or cream blush to set it and to enhance it. I also use it alone over tinted moisturizer for a more natural look. This blush comes in seven shades. I was so close to buying a berry shade but decided to go for something different and I am glad I did. I don't wear this shade daily but it looks great with browns, blacks, and any neutral clothing I wear. I rarely wear red or pink clothing but I don't think I would wear the Golden Apricot shade with those colors simply because it would clash. Then again, there are NO rules for makeup anymore. ***My Viewpoint*** **Laura Geller Blush-n-Brighten Blush Compact, Golden Apricot **is mineral oil and paraben free. It has a lot of great antioxidants in it to nourish skin and it's very buildable. It's a fine eye shadow as well! I like the product very much and I think nearly every skin tone could wear the Golden Apricot shade. You don't ALWAYS have to wear berry and rose shades of blush, I have learned.*** 4 stars*** for this blush and a hearty recommendation. All the shades are as good but this one is super flattering.

The heart of , NY


Laura Geller Blush-N-Brighten with Brush - Golden Apricot

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