Blush Crush – Rouge Bunny Rouge Vermeer

May 21, 2012 at 10:03 pm | Posted in Beauty | 3 Comments
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This was part of my epic Rouge Bunny Rouge haul last year. I reviewed the Original Skin Blushes, the Love Lights Highlighting Powder – Goddess and the Long-Lasting Duo Eyeshadow – A Major. It’s finally time to review RBR’s Cheeks in Bloom Blush Wand in Vermeer!

I’m thinking that’s a typo on the packaging? Nowhere else does it suggest that the name of the product is actually Cheecks in Bloom.

The blush wand comes in a handy little tube, kinda like a fatter lipstick tube.

To show you just how “handy” it is! It’s pretty petite-sized and is very travel-friendly.

Vermeer is described as “Semi-transparent, medium soft rose petal pink” on Zuneta.

Under the cover of the tube, there’s a plastic lid that keeps the blush wand from any accidents during opening/closing of the cover.

The cream blush stick itself is a gorgeous rosy pink just as described.

Swatched in natural light.

The texture is soft and creamy – application is a breeze as it glides across my skin without dragging. There’s a translucent quality to this which makes the effect very natural and glowy. It wears comfortably for a reasonably long period of time as I can still see the colour on my cheeks by the time I get home at the end of the work day.

I’m actually a little more impressed with the Blush Wand than RBR’s Original Skin Blushes. Perhaps it’s just harder to impress me with powder blushes anymore? hahahah..

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  1. So pretty Luna!

  2. […] reviewed Rouge Bunny Rouge’s  Blush Wand in Vermeer and actually liked it more than the powder blushes, which is quite rare for […]


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