I initially started using a blush after watching a youtube video, where I was amazed to see that how many more uses just a single blush had. It was one of those Lazy girls hacks videos where I learned that a blush could do much more work than just being your rosy cheek buddy! I not only use it for getting a flashy red glow but at times substitute it for a lip color with a little blending and eyeshadow as well! Today I am going to review the Essence Silky Touch Blush Adorable 10 , which is the current one sitting in my makeup pouch.
Details about Essence Silky Touch Blush Adorable 10
What is it and what the brand claims?
Get those flushed cheeks with the Essence silky touch blush. With its silky texture, this blush sets on your cheeks beautifully, giving you a natural looking, blushed look.
Rs.299 for 5 gm
48 months from the date of manufacture
Sensitive skin alert?
My experience with Essence Silky Touch Blush Adorable 10
The blush comes in a small, round and extremely adorable plastic palette packaging which is also transparent. It is a very compact and convenient packaging.
Texture and shade
The texture is very smooth and blends without much effort. There are 7 blush shades available according to your skin tone. I chose the Adorable shade which gives your skin a fulfilling glow.
Fragrance and staying power
It has a very mild fragrance and if I can say, it is an Almost fragrance-free product. The blush starts to fade away after say 3-4 hours eventually. Hence, reapplication is necessary.
How I use it?
I do not hesitate from using this blush even during the daytime as it gives a kind of natural glow. Just a few strokes from the brush can set your face amazingly right. I also sometimes just use my fingers and get done with the job!
Overall performance of Essence Silky Touch Blush Adorable 10
- Fresh looking complexion
- Pocket friendly
- Silky finish
- Available in shades to suit every skin tone
- Doesn’t stay for very long
Would I recommend or repurchase?
I would recommend this blush to people who are new to this and are first timers. Once you get the hang of using it and a good practice, then you can move on to palettes that offer you contours and highlighters as well.