Kleancolor Ms. Chick Blush Review


Kleancolor Ms. Chick Blush Review

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.

Product details:

  • 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.”

Kleancolor Ms. Chick Blush Review

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? 

my rating 3.5

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