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I recommended the YSL cream blushes to death earlier on in the year, so it’s only fair that I show some love to the lightest, coolest cheek colour on the market: By Terry’s Hyaluronic Blush. You’ll be no stranger to By Terry if you’ve been reading my reviews and watching my videos; their foundations (Sheer Expert and Cover Expert) are in my top five makeup products and never fail to make me look great. Admittedly they are expensive, but I now have quite a few friends who are hooked on the stuff and refuse to use much else!
I adore the airy, fresh feel of the Hyaluronic Blush – you need just a tiny dot of it to create a realistic blush. It’s even more lightweight than the YSL blushes, if that’s at all possible, and has the most delicious scent. (Not that scent should ever matter in a blush, but somehow here it does. It’s the signature By Terry rose scent that’s just incredibly uplifting. Naughty to mention scent, as I know so many hate it in their face products, but I’m an avid collector of anything rose-y!)
If you want to see the Hyaluronic Blush in action then you can see the luxury video here. The blush costs £28 (I know, sorry, but I’m not joking when I say that you need the most minute amount at a time) and comes in two shades. I have shade 1, “Peach Posh” and it’s here at SpaceNK You’ll see that I apply very gently with fingertips and then blend out – it just glides over like silk and doesn’t disrupt the makeup underneath at all. If you love a fresher, less powdered look then stop by and give this a try – let me know what you think in the comments!
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