Today’s review is going to be of the Marc Jacobs Air Blush in the shade Flash & Fantasy.
Apparently lately I have an obsession with nude-toned blushes and after the Milani Romantic Rose Rose Powder Blush fiasco last week (check the post to learn more), I decided to invest in this Marc Jacobs one.
This brand is one of my favourites, the packaging makes me feel so fancy and I have yet to try a product from them that I don’t love. I’ve wanted this blush for a long time and I’m excited to share my review with you.
You can get it from Sephora for 42$
On the site, it’s described as ivory shimmer/ goddess bronze, but when you mix them together you get a nude pink brown.
The packaging is stunning: so sleek and fancy. It comes in a black and white box and the blush itself it’s black with silver details. I’m obsessed with it.
It has a mirror on the inside.
PIGMENTATION & FORMULA
The formula is quite soft and smooth especially when you swatch it, it has a medium pigmentation. You definitely have to build up the colour which as I said in the past is my personal preference with face products.
It doesn’t have any fallout and it’s not too chalky. It doesn’t enhance pores or texture.
It is not super pigmented but you can layer it.
On me, it lasts around 8 hours before starting to fade.
- Colour: 10/10
- Longevity: 9/10
- Application: 9/10
- Texture: 9/10
- Pigmentation: 9/10
- Packaging: 10/10
This blush is stunning, it looks like you are naturally flushed, I prefer when blushes are less pigmented because it helps to avoid the clown effect. The lasting power is amazing. The colour is perfect for every day and it will look good with any kind of look. If you don’t mind to splurge for these kinds of products I highly recommend it.
I really hope you guys enjoyed it, don’t forget to like, comment and share to let me know all your thoughts and if you have any question.
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