I love blush. One reason is, blush makes my face look healthy and youthful. Furthermore, I love to contour my face. As a result, I use blush to bring attention to the “chiseled” shape I create. Therefore, I like to place my blush across my cheek bones. So, I love how the blush flatters my cheekbones. Moreover, Blush comes in different ways. For example, you might prefer a powder blush. On the other hand, I also like cream blush. One formula I’m not too crazy about is liquid blush. I think liquid blush is hard to apply. Recently, I decided to try a new brand, for me. The brand is Jill Stuart Beauty. I’ve tried Jill’s Eye Shimmers, and really liked them. So, I purchased the Jill Stuart Blooming Dew Oil-In Blush.
Jill Stuart, from New York, is an American fashion designer. Although, Jill Stuart Beauty comes from Japan. And, Japanese formulas are different from ours. If you want to find out more, keep reading!
Jill Stuart Beauty Blooming Dew Oil-In Blush Packaging
First, the packaging is a big wow. Furthermore, the blush comes in a simple crystal -cut compact. Additionally, the front of the compact looks like a silver frame, encrusted with Swarovski crystals.
Also, the blush comes with a soft-bristled flat brush. I love the back of the compact, which is a see-through plastic.
In this way, you can see the five tonal shades that make up the blush. Even more, you see the application brush.
And, the brush handle, in keeping with the vibe of the palette, is silver with simple etching on it.
The Jill Stuart Blooming Dew Oil -In Blush Formula
Your first clue is the in the name of the blush. That is, Blooming Dew Oil -In Blush. Hence, the oil in the blush is glow oil. An, Glow-oil does two things for the blush. First, glow-oil gives you a lustrous glow, when you swipe the blush on. Even more, the glow-oil gives the blush something to hold onto. Therefore, the blush is long-wearing! Moreover, Blooming Dew Oil-In Blush, pressed powder, includes five tonal shades with different textures. Also, you can mix the five shades any way you want. for example, you may want to swirl the 5 shades together. Then, if you want to make it redder, you can go back in, and use the red shade on top. On the other hand, you can do the red shade first, and then swirl the 5 shades together, and put that on top of the red.
Jill Stuart’s Blooming Dew Oil-In Blush Shades
To begin with, the Blooming Dew Oil-In Blush Comes in 5 shades. Although, I only purchased shade 03, Lady Tulip. First, Lady Tulip, rose red shades, has a luminous, glowing finish. In fact, all of the blushers give you a lit from within glow. Although, you can also layer the blush for a rosy flushed look. In addition, you can pack it on.
In fact, the Japanese go heavy-handed with their blush. For example, they like to pile their blush on the apples of their cheeks. The look they are trying to achieve is called “a lovely face.” So, you may see a Japanese woman with blush directly under her eyes. Or, they like to apply their blush from the end of their eyes to their temples.
On the other hand, Americans like creating a natural, healthy, fresh and youthful look. So, we apply blush by dragging the brush across the cheekbones. Or, we like to create a chiseled face shape. Then, we use blush to flatter the shape of our face.
The other four color ways are, Swing Poppy, which has five tonal coral-pink shades. Also, Peony Bouquet, baby pink tonal shades, has a dewy finish. Next, Blissful Rose, are five tonal neutral pink shades. Finally, Adorable Daisy has five purple pink tonal shades.
Jill Stuart Blooming Dew Oil-In Blush Last But Not Least………
First, I really liked the Dew Oil-In Blush. One, you can really play around with the five tonal shades. In this way, you can make the shades lighter, or deeper. Furthermore, you can use all of the shades, or one of the shades. You decide what look you want. You can create a daytime flush, or a nighttime chisel. Or, you can pack it on!
Next, I really loved the packaging. However, the brush was too small to use. Although, it is fine if you want to take the blush with you, and reapply during the day or night. But, you really should use a real blush brush! However, I think the compact is really beautiful. So, you can put it in your handbag, and be proud to pull it out, if you want to re-apply your lipstick. It looks that good! And, again, we are getting closer and closer to gift giving. After all, for a few more weeks, we are still in the holiday season. Don’t you think the Dew Oil-In Blush would make a great gift? And, the price is right!
So, if you have tried any Japanese formulas, let me know what you think of them. Also, I love hearing your feedback. Please let me know what your thoughts are on the Jill Stuart Blush. Have you tried it? Would you like to try it? Let me know what you think in the comments below. Or, just stop by to say hi!