Flower Beauty Pure Petunia Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush

May 24, 2014 – 11:45 am

Flower Beauty Pure Petunia Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush Review & Swatches

Flower Beauty Pure Petunia Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush is a recent addition to my little empire of Flower Beauty Makeup I’ve hauled.

Take a peek!

Flower Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush has become a surprising staple in my daily regime as of late. ing I’m more of a powder blush girl!

The blush is available in six shades and so far I own three of them but there’s still room for me in my stash as I might just have to get the remaining four shades as the formula here is superb.

The blush comes housed in a tiny pot about the size of a MAC Eyeshadow. It’s basic white packaging with an emphasis on the Flower logo done in rose gold featured on the opening clasp. t of a challenge to get into. Although not the most hygienic application I do prefer finger application for cream blush application!

This formula has a light, creamy texture that applies and blends like butter. It dries down to a silky soft finish that’s lightweight and long wearing. So far both shades I tried produce a very healthy flush of color on cheeks that can be used sheer or built up for more pop. The creamy texture applies very easily without looking patchy or unnatural. Pure Petunia is a peach pink light coral.

I still remain very impressed with Win Some, Rouge Some Creme Blush. For under ten dollars it applies beautifully, has a nice bit of pigment, and a beautiful, lightweight finish that gives cheeks a healthy dose of color. Even if you dislike cream blushes I think these can easily convert you!

Source: www.musingsofamuse.com

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I'd include sweet alyssum with the petunias

I have white sweet alyssum planted with white petunias at the top of my retaining wall, and it's a pretty combination: tiny, snow-flake alyssum flowers with larger, delicate petunias. It would look very nice in the pots next to your mailbox: two alyssum plants and two petunia plants in each pot. I got the idea from an upscale nursery here in Seattle. They had that combination in a gigantic pot, and it looked just beautiful. I don't know if this matters to you as a beginner, but sweet alyssum attracts many beneficial insects to your garden, and that reduces problems with pests.
I've always found the light blue petunias with the dark blue veins to be very pretty

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