Its time for the Hot Mama review! Again this is a blush that I received in the kit that I found at Marshalls and the blush ended up costing me around $3.34.
The blush is described as a pinky-peach hue on The Balm's website. I would say that this is an accurate description of the product. It also says that is has a slight highlighter in it also. I think what they mean by this is that is is shimmery, not in the there is glitter or little shimmer flakes that you can visibly see. I think that they mean that it has more of a satin finish.
I really like this color because of the tone and the slight shimmer. Because of the shimmer it does not lay flat on my face and illuminates my cheeks. I am not one for blush this is the only blush that I have ever bought myself usually I would sneak into my moms room and see if there was one in there if I felt like I needed one. But recently I have started wanting to experiment with blush which makes this kit another awesome buy for me. I do not wear blush every day, but I have been wearing this one a few times a week. My issue is that I naturally have reddish/pink cheeks and when I put on the blush it looks great but then after I have had it on for a while and my foundation has started to wear you can see my natural check color plus the blush which makes it kind of over whelming.
|Blended into my hand
My final thought on the Hot Mama blush is that it is a good blush at the price I found at Marshalls, but I do not think I would buy it at full price. Especially since I am just beginning to use blusher. Actually when I found this set at the store my next stop was going to be Target so I could check out the E.L.F. blushes. When I found the set I realized that the 3 Balm products would cost the same as 3 E.L.F. products which sealed the deal for me. Also another thing that I have noticed since the bronzer review is that the packaging get dirty really quickly, especially the bronzer.