In October, Youngblood is donating a portion of the proceeds of their crushed mineral blushes to charity (more info here). So, before October ends I wanted to quickly review this blush for you guys if you’d like to purchase this and help charity at the same time. This shade, called Tulip, is a light sparkly pink.
Youngblood uses really nice sifters that dispense out a good amount of product: not too little and not too much. The only gripe I have is that the sifter is flush with the top of the jar, so if you have any additional product in the lid or on the top, you’re going to make a huge mess!
This blush is pretty frosty, so I was pretty intimidated to try it. Thankfully it doesn’t show up that frosty on the cheeks. To me, it just has the slightest glow, and any glitter that may be in it can be blended away for a soft pink flush. Honestly, pink isn’t my color, so I don’t reach for it often, but it works for those that love pink.
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