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REVIEW: Ellis Faas Blush In S303 (Soft Bronze) And S304 (Mulled Wine)

Ellis Faas Blush S303 S304 Review

Review Of Ellis Faas Blushes S303 And S304

I have never been a blush girl especially during my early blogging days. I always felt that they made me look too "made up". Then gradually I started exploring more and realized that "the made up" look was a result of my incorrect application rather than anything else and needless to say I was smitten for life (I hope!)...

Where ease of application is concerned I have always preferred and enjoyed wearing powder blushes... In short I kinda have more faith in my ability to handle a blush brush rather than
using my own fingers to blend a cream blush. And then I got introduced to the wonderful world of Ellis Faas cosmetics. I have raved about the Ellis Faas Mascara in an earlier post and this time I am going to be reviewing the Ellis Faas Blushes in Soft Bronze (S303) and Mulled Wine (S304).

What Ellis Faas Claims

Our Blush is back! And this is really good news, because ELLIS FAAS blush gives cheeks a touch of colour while cooling and toning the skin for an instant fresh look. ELLIS FAAS blush ensures a dewy finish and long-lasting glow. The blush contains nurturing ingredients such as essential oils, rose water and vitamins C and E.

My Review Of Ellis Faas Blushes

Like all Ellis Faas products, the blushes too are in a bullet kind of packaging that look sleek and elegant on the dresser... When I received them in my mail, I was pleasantly surprised to see the same packaging for blushes as well but looking at the brush applicators, my doubts vanished! :D

The two shades S303 and S304 would suit almost all Indian skin tones. They are warm shades and don't look stark. The consistency is really like a mousse and hence is super easy to blend (even for me!). The shades are really pigmented and a little product goes a long way. It is build-able as well and hence it's always better to start off with a little and then go on layering to get the right shade for you.

S303 especially is more like a natural kind of a shade that gives me that sun kissed, exotic beauty kind of a look (Ahem! Modesty was never one of my virtues). On the other hand S304 i.e. Mulled Wine is more of an evening wear shade that gives me a delicate blush and makes me look all luminescent and glowy! Though the blushes do not really contain any obvious shimmer but when blended well and allowed to set, give a subtle highlight to your cheekbone. Ellis Faas Blushes have changed the way I look as cream blushes.

The blushes as such are very long staying and do not fade even after 6 hours of continuous wear. They look as is and make you look like a diva glowing from inside!
Quality wise, they are by far the best products I have used on my face ever!

Initially they used to come with a sponge tip doe-foot kind of an applicator but people reported a lot of clogging issues. This time round they changed the applicator to something like a narrow synthetic brush and I have no complains!

Ellis Faas Blush S303 S304 Review

Ellis Faas Blush S303 S304 Review

Price Of Ellis Faas Blushes:

They retail at $32 (approx INR 1700)

Ellis Faas Blush S303 S304 Review

Ellis Faas Blush S303 S304 Review


Ellis Faas Blush S303 S304 Review

Ellis Faas Blush S303 S304 Review

Oooooohhhss And Aaaahhhsss!!!
1. Perfect consistency
2. Can be easily blended
3. The pigmentation is buildable
4. Stays on for really long
5. Gives a subtle, healthy looking glow
6. Love the sleek packaging
7. The shades are extremely flattering to Indian skintones.

1. A little too expensive.

The day they launch their first Indian store, I am going to go all out and purchase the other two shades in the range as well... I guess that says it all ;)

If you like your makeup looking dewy and glowy then you must get this for yourself. The blushes really do transform your whole look!

Overall Rating:

Related Reviews
1. Review Of Ellis Faas Mascara E401
2. Review Of Faces Glam On Cream Blush in Sun-Kissed
3. Review Of Maybelline Dream Mousse Blush In Soft Plum
4. Review Of Bourjois Paris Blush In 33 Lilas D'Or
5. Review Of Colorbar Cheek Illusion Blush in Floral Fucsia

 P.S. Product sent by PR for consideration. However, my review is honest and is in no way biased.


  1. waaooo indeed it gives a sun kissed look.. and u have such beautiful cheeks which i feel don't need any contouring coz it look so self contoured... the cost is a bummer :(

    1. awwwww thats sweet of you to say Sharmistha :) Thank you :* but yeah the cost is a bummer... but you know for the quality I really think its worth it! I mean even MAC costs as much ;)

    2. yup i agree... somehow i don't like cream blushes.. mine is oily skin... so i always prefer powder ones.. :)

  2. ive never seen pen style blushes! these look great :) n u really look so glowy n gorgeous :)

    1. thank you Poorva! and yup Pen style blushes were new for me too... I was quite skeptical initially but it really is pretty easy and portable ;)

  3. these are insanely pigmented!

  4. Mulled wine looks gorgeous..

    1. haina haina Bhumika??? :D but honestly I love the other one more on me ;)

  5. ooo.. 303 is awesome... not muddy at all...

    1. i know right! i did think it might be too muddy when i swatched but on the face its just so gorgeous ^_^

    2. yes... and it just adds to the wattage of the lightbulb ;)

    3. LOL.. yup the lightbulb effect :P

  6. It gives a really nice dewy look :) I liked the brown shade a lot.
    Where are these available online?

    1. yup it does :) they are available online on and
      If you purchase directly from Ellis Faas they you get free shipping :)

  7. osm shades.. n so r ur FOTDs... loved the bushesss n ur review


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