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This is one the other blushes I had been eying on the eyeslipsface website and when they were having a free shipping deal, I decided to go ahead and order it. I have seen this mentioned in posts on Luuux and wanted to check it out for myself. I thought Berry Merry and Blushing Rose were very similar based on the colors shown on the Eyeslipsface website, but in person they are in and around the same color scheme, but Berry Merry is lighter than Blushing Rose but has more of brightness to it. Berry Merry is very pigmented and VERY natural looking! If you would like to see my Blushing Rose swatch and mini review, please see so /viz/elf-studio-blush--blushing-rose This blush is a cross between a plumy berry and mauve with little bit of gold shimmer running through it. When applied it gives me a very natural looking flush to my cheeks. The shimmers in it are very mild and almost unnoticeable on my face, theyre more noticeable in the pan. Trust me when I say these are not chunky glitters as seen in the blush/bronzer duo. What I love is that this is a pigmented blush and it works very well with my skin tone. Sadly a lot of times blushes tend to get muted on my face because they just blend right in and are really not noticeable, but this is not one of those! It blends very well and is just a great product -- I can say I REALLY love this blush! As with all Elf studio line blushes, the packaging is nice and relatively sturdy; if you dont own any Elf blushes you could compare the size of the compact to the NARS compacts. This blush (as well as all other studio blushes) retail for $3 on the eyeslipsface website, except you can get these for cheaper if you are able to find a 40-50% off coupon code online.
Have you tried any of the Elf Studio blushes? If so, what is/are your favorite color(s)? Do you currently have this blush in your own personal collection? Images are mine do not take or use. Thank you. beauty