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REVIEW: Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush In Soft Plum


Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush In Soft Plum Review

Review Of Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush In Soft Plum...Guest Post By: Shabby

Maybelline offers wide range of cosmetics at affordable prices. One such very affordable product is the Dream mousse blush in shade “Soft Plum 40” . The blush comes in a glass jar with a pink lid. The shade name is marked on the lid. The bottom consists of a list of ingredients.

It’s my personal opinion that cream blushes are better for beginners as you can use it before using a face powder , hence it makes it easy to control the final intensity with layering face powder over it. To apply the blush, scoop out some of the blush using a wooden stick or using an ear bud. Then take some on your fingers and blend it from the apple of your cheeks towards the temples. Repeat the same on the other side. If you need more intensity apply more product. You will need very less product for each application.

The shade is a medium pink with shimmers. It is not very light nor too deep. It’s perfect for that natural looking blush for fair to medium skinned beauties. The shimmers are a negative point but when used under a powder visibility can be controlled.

Images Of The Product:
Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush In Soft Plum Review

Swatches:
Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush In Soft Plum Review

Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush In Soft Plum Review

LOTD:
Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush In Soft Plum Review

Price Of Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush: 

INR 205/- for 5.75gm

Pros:
1. Good range of colors on offer ranging from coral to pinks
2. Easy to apply using fingers
3. Shade is ideal for a natural blushing look
4. Value for money 
5. Does not irritate skin/cause break outs
6. Very little product needed for each application

Cons:
1. Contains parabens (METHYLPARABEN, ETHYLEPARABEN, BUTYLPARABEN, ISOBUTYLPARABEN, PROPYLPARABEN)
2. Is not available now easily


Overall Rating:
8/10

Comments

  1. Pretty Girl.. It suits you so well :)

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  2. This was my first blush purchase, and it suited me well on my combination skin. It still finds a place in my favourites!

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    1. I love this one too. Will be my favorite. It's sad I don't find these on the counter any more. :(

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  3. this suits you soo well..
    you look so pretty :):)

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  4. oohhh ur so pretty :) this was my first blush :) nice review:)
    -Poorva

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    1. Thanks Dear . .Mine too. I hardly Use blush cause my cheeks tend to blush on the slightest occassion naturally :P

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