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Makeup Revolution London Treat Powder Blush Review and Swatches!

Makeup Revolution London Treat Powder Blush Review and Swatches!

ISLM Writer: Ishleen

Hello pumpkins!
So in keeping along with my rut to stop doing lip product reviews for a while, I decided to look up through my stash and get out all my blushes! But then I thought of narrowing down my options and whipping something up which was budget friendly, easily available in Delhi and looks fabulous on us Indian beauties!

Going with the flow of sale season in India, I tend to hog on a lot of makeup, and on one such wild shopping sprees I ordered this little baby! Not for any special reason than it was makeup revolution and was retailing for dirt cheap a price! So let us go into the details now!

Price and Quantity

INR 420 for 3.4 grams of powdery goodness


The makeup revolution london powder blushes come in a very average plastic powder-makeup casing with a see-through lid, black bottom and all the necessary details printed at the rear end! The packaging does not comprise of any brush applicator or mirror but that it is okay, as the applicators which come along with the blushes are as it is useless! But one thing which is a total bummer is the very fact that the blush packaging is very fragile! I mean I dropped it just after clicking the pictures, and the clasp holding the case and the lid just broke and now I am struggling to keep my blush lid closed!

Shade and Texture

The blush comes in powder form and is a very pretty milky-peachy sort of shade which is matte and has no shimmers or sheen to it whatsoever! The shade is indeed pretty and very wearable especially as a daily wear blush in the coming summer months! Though the shade may wash out very dark and deep skin tones but fair and medium skin tones are going to love it! One thing which is not too great about this blush is that it is too powdery and if overdone can look chalky on the skin! So make sure to blend it out very efficiently!


The pigmentation aspect of any blush confuses me a lot! I mean I fail to understand that a blush with bang on pigmentation is nice or a blush which is low on pigmentation, perhaps, everyone has a different opinion on that! But this blush here has a medium pigmentation power which can be toned down and layered up as per requirements! very forgiving for beginners in this aspect!

Staying Power

I expect powder blushes to stay for a good deal  of time on my oily skin, and most do, but this baby just doesn't do that! Maybe it is because of the texture or the light shade, but it does not last any longer than 3 hours on my oily skin even after being set with fixing sprays!

Final verdict

If you are on the lookout for a peacy toned matte daily wear blush and do not mind the less staying power, go get your hands upon this baby from makeup revolution!

Overall Rating



  1. Shade is pretty but I prefer shimmery blushes :) Also the staying power is not that impressive :| But the shade looks great on you :)

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