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REVIEW & LOTD: Faces Glam On Cream Blush in Sun Kissed

The Winter sun reminds me of sandy beaches and the blue sea, some trance music and lots and lots of Tequilla shots :D Wait... I think I am talking about the Sunburn Fest in Goa, which unfortunately the pati and I could not make it to :/ So anyways... I am making do with this gorgeous cream blush from Faces and it is transporting me to Sandy Beaches and Clear Blue Waters alright ;) Ladies and Gentlemen, please put your hands together for Faces Glam On Cream Blush in Sun Kissed.

It is a cream blush, which I think is a boon for the Winter months... It is a burnt orange kind of a shade with little golden sparkles that look gorgeous without being OTT... In all honesty, the sparkles are not very visible, leaving behind a slight flush and a glow to your face... The shade of the blush looks gorgeous with Red, Pink and even Nude lippies.

What I really like about the blush is that the first layer is almost sheer and in order to bring in some color you can easily build it up with multiple "coats"... It has a decent staying power and stays on me for about 4-5 hours... It can be used as a base for powder blushes as well... That way it stays the whole day even!

Images of the Product:


Without Flash
With Flash
Oooohhhss And Aaaahhhsss!!!
1. Its a boon for dry skin in Winters.
2. Love the fact that the golden glitter is not OTT.
3. The shade of the blush is super flattering for Indian Skin tones.
4. The packaging is super sleek and looks gorg on the dresser.
5. It has a click lock and is hence extremely safe to carry around in one's purse..
6. It is so tiny and sleek that it fits into your clutch purses as well as one's wallet.
7. It does not cause any kind of reactions or allergies or rashes.
8. It is odorless, thank God for that!

1. Stays for only 5 hours... Would have preferred a more long stay cream blush :)

It costs INR 449/-

There is a lot of product in there, but if it does get over I really would love to repurchase it!

Would I Recommend?
I would recommend it highly to girls with normal and dry skin. Am not sure how it would fare for oily skin beauties though.

Overall Rating:


  1. lovely pic :) love your hair :)

  2. Gud one :) Hey y dont u start hairstyle tutes also?? ;)

  3. Gud one :) Hey y dont u start hairstyle tutes also?? ;)

  4. Seems like a great product :)
    i loved the way it gave a dewy finish.
    I can see a grey hair peeking out :P

    1. Ooh yes it sure gives a glowy dewy effect :) which is why I worry that it might not be too popular with oily skin girls :|

  5. Ur lipstick shade is hot :D The shimmers r OTT na?? I might give this a shot :)

    1. ooh i'll be reviewing the lippy very soon ;) and no re the shimmers aren't OTT at all especially after application.. but yeah they look chunky in the pan doesn't it ;)

  6. pls apply some foundation on ur neck too..hope u dont feel bad

    1. LOL I should, shouldn't I ;) but I don't really apply foundation on a daily basis.. here too I haven't applied any on my face... but yeah fortunately-unfortunately I have a pigmented neck :/ Birthmark kinds :( Siigghhhhhh... any recommendation on how I can reduce the pigmentation?

      and no ya constructive criticism is always welcome :) ♥

  7. With that killer lips and eyeliner how are we supposed to notice the blush darling :P ... JK ... my skin is oily and loves this blush !!! dewy and gorgeous :)

    1. oooh it suits oily skin as well? Wow! Then this sure is a must have cream blush isn't it? :) Thanks for liking Rashmi ♥

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  9. Hi Suma, would you reveal the lips and eyes also for this look? Thanks! Nandita

    1. Sure Nandita :) On the eyes is Faces Long Wear Pencil in Navy Blue and Lips is Colorbar True Gloss in Vintage Rose... I have just put up a review for it :)

  10. It gives a beautiful glow to your face...loved the look..will pick this up in the next Faces sale


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