‘A stunning baked blush with pink undertones to give all over warmth and colour to your complexion’
When Vivo first started appearing on blogs one of the products that really drew me in was the Baked Blushes, which show obvious similarities to Mac’s Mineralize Skinfinishes. Available in four shades (Peaches and Cream, Rosy, Cinnamon Glow and Rouge Shimmer) I was sent Rouge Shimmer to try out.
Not a shade I would normally be immediately drawn to as I would worry that it would be slightly to red for my colouring, I have been pleasantly surprised by this shade. The veining is a deep warm pink that leans slightly red, with the base being more of a warm rosy pink. It offers a glowy finish, but isn’t glittery in the slightest, and really offers that gorgeous lit from within glow.
It’s a lovely warm colour, that’s great for autumn, and should work on most skin tones, due to the warmth of the shade.
I apply with a Mac 168, and brush it lightly against the surface to pick up just enough product to give a pop of colour to the apple of the cheek. The powder is smooth and not gritty, and blends really easily.
Swatched and blended out on the left, and heavily on the right, to see this in a full face shot, take a look at my Vivo Cosmetics FOTD.
Overall this is a product I’m very impressed with, and being the blush fiend that I am I’ll no doubt be picking a couple more of these up!
You can find Vivo Cosmetics at selected Tesco stores and the Baked Blushes are priced at (£4.00)
Disclosure: PR Sample
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