Revlon Colorstay Mineral Blush and Mineral Bronzer ($13.99) ColorStay™ Mineral Blush & ColorStay™ Mineral Bronzer contain skin loving minerals that are good for your skin and ColorStay™ longwear technology that lasts for up to 16 hours. This innovative mineral baked powder technology applies easily and blends seamlessly for natural looking, sheer, soft radiant color that won’t streak or fade all day.
Formula is non-irritating and fragrance free.
Available in 3 Blush and 2 Bronzer shades
This blush is very sheer and has quite a bit of shimmer. I had to layer on a lot for the blush to show up on my light/medium Asian skin tone. The more I layered on, the more shimmer I would add. It seemed as if I had more shimmer on my cheeks than actual color. I also found it difficult to blend and to chalky/powdery. Is it worth $13.99? I don’t think so. It costs nearly as much as a high end blush, but it performs no where near high end quality.
Revlon Beyond Natural Blush and Bronzer ($11.99) The perfect combination of blush and bronzer for a natural sun-kissed glow. Coordinated blush and bronzer shades can be worn alone or blended together. Sheer color, silky feel.
Absolutely loved it! It’ so natural and so pretty. It looks sheer, but it really isn’t so be careful to how much you apply. I love that there is very little to no shimmer. I’m not a big fan of shimmer. It blends so easily and smoothly. The blush/bronzer has great lasting power too!
Revlon Matte Powder Blush ($9.99) Brushes onto cheeks smoothly and effortlessly for a soft matte look and a smooth, even finish. Perfectly defines and contours the cheekbones. Face-flattering range of shades from nude to berry with a soft-matte finish.
This is a sheer blush that is buildable. I don’t mind this at all. I rather apply a couple of layers to get the color I want than have one layer of a super pigmented blush. I’m not into the clown look. Revlon Matte Powder Blush is very smooth and blendable. A pop-out mirror is included. You push a button and pop! there it is. A brush is included also, but I never use it. I prefer my own blush brush. I would have to say Revlon Matter Powder Blush is one of the better drug store blushes available thus far.