These blushes were released in 2013 and I have had them for almost 6 months (I think Tea Rose was in one of my favourites post) but for some reason I haven't dedicated a post to these beauties. These cute little pots are colour coordinated to match the blush shade within. They come with a tiny curved brush (which I tossed). The Bourjois Blushers are paraben free which is a huge bonus and they come with a mirror in the lid of the pots which makes them great for travel or applying on the go.
Rose Tea is a soft mauve and the shade I usually go for. These mauvey shades are great as they seem to contour my face so I can actually skip contouring!
Healthy Mix is beautiful peachy/coral shade. I especially like this for Spring. It's a very young colour.
I really like the way both of these look on me and I think these would work for most skin tones. The finish of both these shades is matte but add a soft glow nonetheless. I have to add that these blushes are not crazily pigmented which would make them ideal for beginners or for those of us who tend to be a little heavy handed with blushes. It will be difficult to look like a clown with these. The pigmentation improves if you take the top layer off this baked blush, something I found out recently.
Both these blushes retail for a reasonable $7.99 and if you are in the UK, Boots usually has the 3 for 2 offer on Bourjois products. I really like these for everyday and would recommend them to makeup lovers on a budget or if you are new to makeup.
|Bourjois Blusher Rose Tea|
|Bourjois Blusher Healthy Mix|
|Bourjois Blusher Healthy Mix and Tea Rose|
|L to R - Bourjois Blusher Healthy Mix and Tea Rose|