Review: Peripera Cushion Blusher

imageI love anything Cushion. I recently fell in love with Peripera products! I saw a review on this item and fell in love with it. Bestie helped me get this baby on Qoo10.

imageThe packaging is super cute! The tube is really compact and you can carry it in your makeup purse for touch ups throughout the day

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This product has a total of 5 colours.

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The colours you can choose from:

  1. 001 Pink
  2. 002 Coral
  3. 003 Orange
  4. 004 Peach Pink
  5. 005 Lavender

The colours I chose were Peach Pink and Lavender. I had a super hard time trying to decide which colour I wanted because everything looks too pretty. Sorry bestie for having to deal with my indecisiveness. In the end, I chose sweet colours and the ones I know I would want to use. There are times I love the colour but after buying, I realised the colour is rather impractical and I will end up selling them online.

The main ingredient in the product: Daisy Extract, Vitamin E, Canola Extract,

** Please note that this post was done after I’ve used these products for quite some time, so they may not look like they are in the best condition in the photos.

The colour I am showing is 005 Lavender.

imageAlready in love with this sweet packaging

How do you use this product

A thing to take note: When you use the product for the first time, you’ll have to take a little effort to gently squeeze the tube till the liquid blush coats the cushion applicator. Don’t be too kancheong. Squeezing too hard may cause too much liquid blush to ooze out.

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  1. Gently squeeze the top for the product to coat the cushion
  2. Tap it gently on your cheek
  3. Use your finger/ makeup brush to blend the product

imageProof that I am in love with my Peripera blush

imageI squeezed out much more liquid blush on purpose to show you its colour pigment and consistency. I am super delighted to get this colour.

imageGenerally you only need around this amount for a more natural look. After that you can blend with your fingers (which I feel works best as the heat from your fingers allows the product to blend well to your skin).

imagePlease see how natural and lovely this blush colour is. I am extremely tempted to get every colour to use (OMG ME! Please practise some self-restraint)

*Runs to look at my blush collection (OMG!). Breathe in and out!*

Ok! I am back!

I understand some people dislike cushions as they felt that the applicator is applied directly to your skin, bacteria will build up. (I am sorry germaphobes >.<) However, not to worry, the cushion part is detachable and washable. So no more fear of applying bacteria to your face which causes breakout! (YAY!^^)

Pros:

  1. Easy to blend
  2. Coverage can be layered on and built-up
  3. Long-lasting
  4. Natural-looking
  5. Array of colours to choose from

Con:

  • Sponge (Cushion) applicator

Overall, this is my most reached for item in my makeup routine.  Colour payoff is pigmented yet you can control the application and achieve a natural glow finish. It is very compact. Touching up is very convenient and you do not have to worry about spillage. The good point is the applicator can be detached which makes cleaning fuss free.

*****/5 Stars – Must Try and Worth It!

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I enjoy watching beauty videos on Youtube. It helped me to learn the basis on makeup.

I am a thrill seeker, and I enjoy roller coaster rides. I love history and would try to visit the museums once in a while.

In my free time, I enjoy photography (not professionally), scrapbooking, playing with make up.
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About Alicia

A L I C I A Full Time Daydreamer. Makeup junkie I enjoy watching beauty videos on Youtube. It helped me to learn the basis on makeup. I am a thrill seeker, and I enjoy roller coaster rides. I love history and would try to visit the museums once in a while. In my free time, I enjoy photography (not professionally), scrapbooking, playing with make up.
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