Editor's Rating & Review
Apparently, this blush was smart enough to know that I don't naturally blush, so it faded to nothing. Those seeking noticeably flushed cheeks will want to use something with more pigment, especially at night. The whipped-textured cream squeezes easily from a little tube and leaves cheeks soft and dewy. But each color is so sheer, it may disappear within a few hours even if primed and set with powder.
Almay Smart Shade Blush Reviews
not so greatThis blush does not provide too much pigment. Like the editor review says, it fades because you don't blush a lot naturally. And when I used it, it smeared and just made my face red. I do not recommend. — 2 years, 5 months agokenya | 503 reviews
Very questionable productThis is most certainly not Alamay's success. The first thing that I have noticed and didn't like was that the blush itself is extremely uneven in color and thickness. Sometimes I'd squeeze it out and it'd be darker, then other time lighter, and every now and then even if I shake it (the blush has not expired or anything like that). With all this it ends up being annoyingly messy- dripping or spitting out of the tube. When applied to face, yes, you can blend it easily, and it can look nice. For 2 minutes maybe. After that it's just gone, can't see anything. I guess the shade does adjust. To my real face color or foundation. Not recommending this to anyone, and will not buy it again- waste of time and money. — 3 months, 1 week agovenenumletalis | 146 reviews
Ok but...This was ok. I didn't particularly like that the blush started to fade after 15 min. I go for the no makeup makeup look. I really thought it would help my routine. Unfortunately, this disappeared minutes after applying it and it really washed out. You couldn't tell I had it on but for some reason it disappeared even with primer on. Back to searching for something that stays put. — 1 year, 5 months agosweettpea29 | 213 reviews
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