My love towards cream blushes started more than a year ago when I first tried NYX cream blushes. After NYX cream blushes I tried Inglot AMC cream blushes and their AMC blush in #82 is my favorite nato try Illamasqua’s cream blushes. I received Ravish as a PR sample, but I do plan to purchase at least one shade myself (probably Rude for now, but I’ll see when I visit their store).
The thing that I was worried about at first was how will I apply cream blush but since now. I have a few of them I really know how to deal with them. If I’m applying natural shades I use stippling blush (or my fingers, but it’s pretty the same since I cant apply too much of it) and if I apply bolder shades I definitely use my fingers because that’s the only way how I can apply it without applying it too much. I don’t think that even the formula matters but it’s more important to get used to work with them no matter if you use a stippling brush or fingers. Ravish blush is amazingly pigmented and it really needs a light hand to work with since it can look ridiculous in seconds if you’re not careful. 😀 It does have a nice formula so it does apply nicely and it blends well too so it looks like natural red cheeks.
Postojanost It’s really long-lasting. Though, my experience with cream blushes tell me that they do last longer than pressed blushes. At least they do last longer on me. So, this basicly stays on from morning till evening, until I remove it.
You can also use Ravish as a lip product though I haven’t tried that but I will do that this week and I’ll post a photo of how it looks. The packaging is, as usual when it comes to Illamasqua, amazing.
This blush retails for approx. $30 in Croatia and it contains 4,5 grams (0.17 oz) of product. It might be a bit expensive but I really think it’s worth every penny because it will last some long, long time.