Monday, 14 November 2011

GOSH Cosmetics Multicolour Blush in Pink Pie Review and Swatches



I thought it was time to write up a review of this lovely blush from the GOSH cosmetics range, that I bought way back in June of this year. I have mentioned it a few times on this blog previously, and it is one of my favourite beauty buys this year, so it's fabulousness deserves to be shared with all of you lovelies.

Pink Pie combines four shades, to create a really beautiful pink flush on the cheeks, with a very fine shimmer.

Although it is slightly warmer toned, I think this shade will suit most skin tones, as it is a very build-able colour. It can create the softest hint of a pink glow, or a real statement rosy cheek. There is another shade in the range too - Bronzing Pie, so if you are a fan of shimmery bronzer, it might be worth a try.

Applied with a Blusher Brush - Soft and Even

Swatched with Finger - Rich and Highly Pigmented


The texture of the blush is fine and soft, and it creates a very even, velvety veil of colour when applied.

Highly pigmented and long wearing, this little gem is a real bargain at just £7.99 for an 8g pan (I bought mine from Superdrug). The packaging is nice and sturdy, so it shouldn't fall to bits and leave a crumbled pink mess at the bottom of your handbag. No brush or mirror is included (I never like the brushes included with blush products anyway).


Each Shade Swatched Individually



This blush gets a thumbs up from me, for the price - I think it performs really well, giving great colour pay-off with a nice smooth texture. It doesn't have any chunky shimmer, or obvious glitter particles - it is beautifully soft, super-fine, and it is not overly powdery or dry

What is your verdict on GOSH Cosmetics? Have you tried this blush?

Love, Edie xx

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