India weddings and jhatak and dhinchak (loud) attire,
Winters and Layering,
Twilight and Girls,
Late nights and Maggi,
Indian girls and Kajal (kohl)
But if I’ve to name a match which is sure to head for a divorce than it is:
Winters and Powder blushes. They just don’t go together. No compatibility.
And if I had my way, I would never use any powder blush be it summers or winters. I just use them to finish them up! I usually stock up on cream blushes but the recent addition to my vanity is the Inglot AMC Liquid blush.
- As the name suggests, the blush has this thin liquid consistency which makes it very easy to blend. You can either use a kabuki or a stippling brush to blend it but I prefer to use my fingers. Non-streaky.
- It dries to a matte finish. No dewiness of cream blushes. But that is what makes it apt for that naturally there look.
- It serves as a nice base for powder blushes and make them last longer.
- Plus it comes with a pump so that makes your task easier and you can easily travel with it. Although the bottle is very tiny but you only need a pea size amount for a cheek. Make sure to pump a very very little quantity at first.
- You know I’m an innocent sensitive-oily but it works nicely with my skin. No oiliness, break outs or irritations.
Even though its very tiny, I doubt if I would be ever able to finish it up since I use a pea size amount every time.
Price- Rs.995($20) Last year it was priced at around Rs.695($12) *hiccup!* You listen to me Inglot, you raise your price any higher and I’m heading to MAC.
So is it for you? Yes I strongly recommend it to every one. Its liquid, blends well, doesn’t look cakey, shimmer-free..what’s not to love? It will not last you the whole day but you can always touch up since its non-streaky. I will repurchase but first I want to try the MUFE HD liquid blush.
PS- I now have a google+ page. Since the GFC gadget is soon going to be phased out, I request each one of you to follow me there to be in touch.