Sunday, 10 March 2013

Hit the pan: Nars blush in Sex Appeal


My "hit the pan" posts are extremely rare as I've got so much of everything related to make-up that I'm unable to use anything up.
Normally, posting a 'hit the pan' report would mean writing about a product so much loved that I reached for it more often than for other products.

Paradoxically, this is not the case with Nars blush in Sex Appeal.
The reason why I've used a substantial amount of the product is not that it'd been one of my favourites. This blush lacks any pigmentation whatsoever. I'm pale and I need to layer tons of blush to make it show, which is not a good solution anyway cause blush piled on my cheeks looks heavy and cakey.

The only way I made this blush work somehow was by using it to set cream blush. 

I should have dumped this blush soon after purchase, like I did with a couple of Bourjouid blushes, but with Nars being so expensive I felt determined to make it work. 

So, to conclude, I'd like to advise everyone not to waste money on this blush unless you're albino white. 
This blush is invisible on NW15-20 skin.




Disclaimer: I bought the product myself for my personal use and I am not affiliated with any company. I am not paid to do this review and everything I said here is my genuine opinion.

  

2 comments:

  1. Ha ha, good review. Your words make me laugh sometimes!

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