Today, I was ecstatic because my New Natasha Denona Puff Paint Serum Blush arrived. Before we get into it, let’s briefly talk makeup trends. For example, like fashion, makeup trends come in one day, and go out the next. Although makeup trends usually appear when there is a need for something new. Lately, in our socially distancing society, where we are still wearing masks indoors, makeup has been more about the no makeup makeup look. Therefore, lip gloss is in, lipstick is out! However, one of my favorite makeup items, blush, is back in. One reason is , we learned that blush can be worn with a mask. All you need to do is place the blush a little higher on the cheek! Another reason is, we haven’t been outside in over a year. We all could use a little flush of color so we look healthier.
Therefore, it is no surprise that Blush is the one product that was most requested at Pat McGrath. Therefore, she finally launched her first blush ever, Pat McGrath Divine Blush,a powder blush hybrid that comes in nine shades. Then, Hourglass came out with the Hourglass Vanish Blush Stick, a new, creamy stick blush. Last night I stayed up half the night waiting to purchase the new Lisa Eldridge Enlivening Blush, a blush-skincare hybrid, that you can pre-order now. There is that word again…Hybrid. I’ve seen it a lot lately. Hence, today, the Natasha Denona Puff Paint Serum Blush, a Blush-skincare Hybrid, arrived! For one thing, this is easy makeup. More, you get a double-whammy, a flush for your cheeks, and deep, lasting moisture for your skin. And, it all comes out of a bottle!
You can find the Natasha Denona Puff Paint Serum Blush (0.23 fl. oz. / 7 mL) at Sephora and on the Natasha Denona Website. Also, each Puff Paint Serum Blush costs $22. However, if you want all three shades, Natasha Denona ‘s Website offers the three shades in a bundle, for $56. In this way, you can save $10 for the bundle.
The Natasha Denona Puff Paint Serum Blush Packaging
First, the outer box shades are the colors that reflects the color of the blush that is inside. Next, the bottles are about the size of a nail polish bottle. It’s small, yet very portable. Each plastic bottle also reflect the color of the Serum Blush inside. Also, the plastic, twist off, lid is much larger than the actual bottle of Puff Serum Blush. Additionally, the lid serves as the handle for the doe-foot sponge applicator.
The Natasha Denona Puff Paint Serum Blush Formula
To begin with, according to Natasha Denona, the formula is mistake-proof. In other words, when you apply the Puff Paint, you can’t mess up! Also, the formula is lightweight liquid that has a soft, creamy feeling. Therefore, the formula is easy to apply and easy to blend. Next, the rich pigmentation creates a strong pop of color. Although, if you want more intense color, you can layer more Puff Paint.
Above all, the formula is infused with a thirst relief complex, which is an active ingredient that brings about fast acting , long lasting, deep moisture. Even more, the deep moisture continues to last even after you wash your makeup off.
Finally, the formula is talc-free, vegan, cruelty free, paraben free, oil free and mineral free.
The Shades Of The Natasha Denona Puff Paint Serum Blush
You can wear the Puff Paint on your lips, too!
Additionally, there are three shades in the collection. I purchased all three. Also, you can apply the Puff Paint with your fingers, a sponge, or a fluffy blush brush. Personally, I prefer using my fingers. The reason is, I think the heat of my fingers helps to blend the blush. It is a matter of preference. Also, you can wear the Puff Paint over foundation or on bare skin.
First, Tan, a peachy tan, has a natural finish with a subtle glow. I suggest you purchase Tan if you have a fair, fair to light, and light complexion.
For me, it blends into my skin, and doesn’t pack the punch like the other shades .
Second, Darya, a pink coral shade, has a natural finish with a subtle glow. If you are a Natasha Denona Fan, the shade, Darya, should ring a bell. For one thing, it appears in some of her eyeshadow palettes. Also, Darya gives my cheeks a bright pop of color.
In fact, Darya will look great on all skin tones.
Third, Bloom, a true cherry shade, has a natural finish with a subtle glow. Bloom is gorgeous on my cheeks.
Although, I learned the hard way, you only need the tiniest amount to create an intense pop. You might have to experiment with this one. However, it is worth trying.
My Final Thoughts On The Natasha Denona Puff Paint Serum Blush…..
First, I really loved the formula. Although, I learned the hard way, a little drop goes a long way. Also, I remember when liquid blush would flake and dry out my cheeks. I was never a fan.
But this Formula is a hybrid. And, the hybrid is makeup plus skincare. Since the pandemic, women really want the skincare. So, now that we are trying to go back to normal, hybrids are a great way to get back into makeup, without having to go full force, after not wearing much makeup for a long, long time. I really like the effect of the finishes, natural with a glow. After the blush dries, which takes about a minute, my cheeks feel silky, and they do have a natural glow.
This is a great summer blush. The colors are great, the formula is excellent. So, if you give it a try, let me know what you think in the comments below. We are getting through our Memorial Day Weekend, which felt like Thanksgiving today, it rained and was really cold. Summer, please come back!!!