I’d written about Canmake Cream Cheek in 09 Pinky Rose but I haven’t posted swatches or really reviewed this pretty cream blush.
A sweet cool-toned pink, this candy hue is perfect with many of my pink powder blushes.
I love its colour and texture so much that I’ve hit pan on my first one. Naturally, I’ve bought a back-up! ;)
Canmake Cream Cheek in 10 Sweet Orange is the latest addition to the cream blush range.
It looks almost scary deep orange in the pan but it’s really a sweet coral-peach, when blended out.
It’d be perfect on tanned complexions and great for warmer makeup looks!
Incredibly blendable and silky-soft, these two cream blushes create a natural, healthy glow – I love how they impart a beautiful kiss of colour to the cheeks. According to the brand, the creams contain squalene of vegetable origin and amino acid-based emollients. The almost gel-like cream-to-powder texture not only applies well, it is also so fine and light that these cream blushes can be used over powders without caking. The minuscule shimmer dispersed within the product adds radiance to the skin too.
Canmake Cream Cheek blushes normally retail at S$17.90, although the brand often offers promotional prices at the stores where they are carried (Watsons, John Little and BHG). Do bear in mind that Pinky Rose and Sweet Orange are limited edition, so hesitation would be unwise! ;)
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