Kleancolor Ms. Chick Blush Review
Blush for only $1? Could it possibly have decent quality? Keep reading for my thoughts… I’ll let you know if they’re hidden gems, or a silly waste of time and space.
- 6.7 grams/0.25 ounces of product ranging from $1 to $3
- Available in 12 different shades
- As far as I know, the only places to purchase these blushes are online: MissA and Kleancolor (pssssst… they’re only $1 on the MissA website!)
“Ms. Chick Blush from KleanColor offers pigmented yet buildable, color in shades that compliment a range of skin tones. It’s blendable formula is designed to glide on smoothly, to deliver a natural or dramatic flush.”
Can you tell the difference between the Gypsy and Redwood blushes? Not really? Neither can I! If you like those shades, just pick one. :)
These blushes are VERY pigmented… it’s quite silly that the product claims to be buildable, because I cannot imagine the need to build up the color of these blushes. They’d be perfect for ladies with deep skin tones! I love the shades that I got, but to be honest, they’re a little too pigmented for my taste. I enjoy swirling my brush around in product and applying it to my face without too much thought… but the application of these babies takes a bit more care and attention (if I don’t wish to look like I applied my makeup in a dark closet). Just dip your brush gently and tap it off a few times, then apply to the face exactly where you want it. They’re a bit difficult to blend, so while using the smallest bit of product, blend, blend, blend with a good brush!
Overall, I’d say these are nice, especially for the price. Are they a must-have? No. But, if you’re budget is tight and you’re wanting to play with some more blush shades, then why not check them out?