I am an absolute make up junkie, in fact, I won’t leave my house without it on. I don’t have that perfect flawless skin you see in magazines, so in order for me to feel 100% confident, I need my makeup. I never used to wear blush until about 4 or 5 years ago when my friend told me that I needed it to accentuate my cheek bones, otherwise my face looked flat.
Ageless Derma sent me some of their Pressed Mineral Blush, which is a 100% natural mineral make-up that is high in pigment to create subtle hues and give you a more youthful look. I like the fact that it is free of parabens and has light reflecting properties that help create a flawless finish for any skin type.
As you can see from the photo, the blush is VERY subtle. I didn’t put copious amounts on my face because in my mind, it’s enough just by judging from the mirrors perspective. In the photo, it kind of hides it a little bit.
The case that it’s in is sturdy; the blush doesn’t move around inside of it. I’m just hoping that if I drop it, it stays in one piece. No one likes broken chunks of blush or eye shadow! I noticed that the case it’s in has a velvet like texture to it and a dip on the inside to help keep the powder inside, rather than going all over your counter or bathroom floor. If you press too hard, you will get a lot of excess on your brush and all over the casing, but this is meant to be used lightly as there is no need to press hard since a lot of the minerals will come off onto your brush regardless. I use the Ecotools Retractable Kabushi Brush with my blush and bronzer’s since it’s super soft and not stiff/full enough to use with a foundation mineral powder and it works great!
If you’re interested in Ageless Derma Pressed Mineral Blush, they have many different choices available for $25 on their website and the best part is, they don’t test on any animals and their make up contains green tea and other vitamins to enrich your skin.
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