Review No7 Blush Tint Sticks

No7 has
several different types of blushers in their range, but to be exact four.
These are: a powder blusher compact, a cream tint compact, a blush tint
cream in stick format and a mineral powder blush.

I have a lot of No7 products, it’s my favourite make up
brand. They’ve deserved this mainly due to their fantastic foundation range
that I became obsessed with about a year ago. I’ll tell you about this product some
other time.

Boots were offering a triple points event last week so I
decided to stock up on my beauty products, while hoping to discover some more.
I wasn’t disappointed. No7 Blush Tint Sticks caught my eyes and as I was in a
need of some new shades I just had to have them!

I’ve actually never tried blush tint sticks, so this was a
new experience. I was very happy with the results and I’m going to tell you all
about it.

What No7 says about this product:

No7 Blush
Tint Sticks
have “a unique blend of micro fine powders
for a soft creamy application. Non greasy and easy to apply for a smooth
buildable colour. With vitamin E and Pro Vitamin B5 to care and condition.”

Their shades:
05 Rosebud, 10 Clover, 15 Blossom

What do I think: 

Application:

The application is incredibly easy. Big plus! It’s not that
easy as sprinkling your face with a powder blusher compact, but easy enough. I
smeared a small line on to my cheekbones and blended it in with my fingers or you
could use a make-up sponge. A brush will do as well, but I prefer my fingers.

Their colour
range is very simple, only three shades, but I would like to see a better range.
With the colour palette you can create a pretty and natural blush on your
cheeks. But if you construct more lines, you can achieve statement cheeks for a
more vivid look.

Price: 3.5g
is for £9.00

(I’ll update this
post after I finish them, so I can let you know how long this amount will last)

They can be bought in Boots shops or online – No7 Blush Tint Sticks

Verdict:

PROS: I like
the final colour you achieve. It stays longer on my cheeks than any powder
blushes.

CONS: More
shades would be appreciated. I would enjoy something more peachy or with
bronzer, for nights out…pretty please!

Review No7 Blush Tint Sticks

Review No7 Blush Tint Sticks

I hope you
enjoyed this little review and I helped you to make your decision, if you have
any questions, just comment below and I’ll reply as soon as possible!

Oh, I nearly forgot! Which one will you be getting??

Dash
xx

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5 Comments

  1. December 9, 2013 / 4:54 am

    The colour looks really good on you, however is it long-lasting? xx

    • December 9, 2013 / 1:30 pm

      Hi Gail! If I compare it with Bourjois Round Pot Blush, then yes it is 🙂 They always lasted to 2-3 hours max. Therefore these ones are still there on my lunch break (applied at 7am) although it's not that distinctive 🙂 Other than that, no blushes I've used lasted longer than 4-5 hours 🙂

  2. December 10, 2013 / 4:20 pm

    these look really lovely on your cheeks!im now following your blog girlie!:)x

  3. December 12, 2013 / 9:25 pm

    They both are really nice colours! They look really beautiful on you :))
    Nice blog 🙂 Follow for follow? xoxo
    tell-a-beauty-story.blogspot.gr

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