Ruby’s Organics poppy pink cream blush review swatches
I’ve a beautiful blush to review today from an organic brand!
“This balm-like weightless texture is meticulously created using oils and clays with healing properties, mixed with mineral color giving the skin an out-of-the-ordinary glow. These specially formulated blush balms are light weight but never the less long-lasting. Vegetarian. No Parabens. No Petroleum. No Alcohol. No Artificial Fragrances. No Chemical Preservatives. No Heavy Metals. Strictly No Animal testing.”
My experience with Ruby’s Organics poppy pink cream blush:
It scores full marks on the packaging. Ruby’s Organics poppy pink cream blush comes in a black square matte box. I like how the shade name is mentioned multiple times on the packaging. You can find details such as ingredients list, expiry date, shade name, price, etc. at the back of the box. Once you open, you will find the actual blush sitting in the center. It has a pot packaging with a twist-off cap and protected with a plastic stopper. The plastic stopper prevents the air from reaching the product and hence, drying it out. So, ensure you close it properly each time so that it’s creamy till the end.
The cream blush is very smooth and glides onto the skin effortlessly. When I read the word ‘glow’ on the box, I thought it might be a bit greasy. But nothing of that sort happened. Once blended, it appears to be matte. I love how it creates a soft focus on my skin.
Start with a light hand with this colour as it’s pigmented. The intensity is buildable and can also be sheered out for just a hint of colour. It works well with fingers as well as a brush. I prefer using a stippling brush with cream blushes to get a lighter finish.
I have also used this under a light-coverage foundation as well as on bare skin followed with powder and loved the results both way.
Ruby’s Organics poppy pink cream blush gives the cheeks a natural flushed look that looks fresh! Also, it has a herbal scent to it, not strong though. It gives a beautiful stained look on lips too.
If you have trouble getting colours show up on your cheeks, you can also try Make Up for Life 6 colors studio blush palette.
As for the staying power, it stays on my oily skin if I’m in an air-conditioned place (workplace) for six hours easily. But if I’m constantly under the unforgiving sunshine, it stays for around three hours. It’s still there but has faded.
The only thing I wish they had done was saved money on the box packaging which could have resulted in a lower price. The quality is no doubt good but every new/old brand has skyrocketed their prices. I do feel this could have given them an edge.
Price: Rs.1,100, Bought on Amazon from HERE.
VCB rating: 4.5/5
Have you tried Ruby’s Organics poppy pink cream blush?