Palladio Matte Blush | Review

What it is:
An enhancing blush brushes onto cheeks smoothly for a soft matte look and an even finish. Satin finish flatters the face and helps hide the appearance of line and wrinkles that shimmer blushes may enhance. Formulated with Apricot Kernel, Ginseng Root Extract, Aloe and Chamomile Extract, to help condition and protect the skin from free-radical damage. Kaolin Clay and Zinc Oxide help deliver flawless, velvety coverage.

Ingredients:
Mica,Talc,Kaolin,Zinc Oxide,Pentaerythrityl Tetraisostearate, Isopropyl Myristate, Mineral Oil, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Microcrystalline Wax, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Mineral Oil (And) Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil (And) Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Butylene Glycol (And) Aqua (And) Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract, Butylene Glycol (And) Aqua (And) Panax Ginseng Root Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice.

May Contain: Iron Oxides CI 77491, Iron Oxides 77492, Iron Oxides 77499, Yellow 6 Lake, Red 7 Lake, Red 28 Lake, Red 30 Lake

Packaging:
This Palladio Matte Blush comes in a slim and simple plastic packaging. You can clearly see the colour of the blush from outside as the caps is transparent. The size is quite big for a a blush and it will last quite long. Also, I like the fact that it has round shape blush so that I can use a full-sized blush brush and just swirl it around without going back and forth. These blush does not come with a brush like normally all drugstore always do, plus it will not take up much space in your handbag or makeup bag!

Texture And Fragrance:
The texture of the blush is really soft and fine which makes it glides smoothly on the skin. However, they can be quite chalky even though they’re really pigmented. There was some fallout when you dip your brush into the product. I barely smell nothing, so I would say these blush is fragrance-free.

Pigmentation and Performance:
They are very pigmented especially the darker shades, but not so much that you have to worry about applying to much the second you dip your brush in. You can just as easily give yourself a light hand or build up to a very vibrant color.

The blush applies nicely and goes on smoothly without any problem. It has a nice matte finish which make the cheeks looks very natural. The formula are so smooth and pigmented and they blend to perfection.

Staying Power:
I would say the lasting power of these blushes is awesome. The wear time is good because I found out that I don’t need to touch up when I wear this blush.

Palladio Matte Blush in BM05 Chic (6g)

Palladio Matte Blush in BM06 Tipsy (6g)

Palladio Matte Blush in BM08 Velvetine (6g)

BM08 TPISY (LEFT), BM06 TIPSY (CENTER), BM05 CHIC (RIGHT)
Palladio Matte Blush in BM08 Velvetine (6g)
Velvetine is a deep rose pink shades almost like berry blush . This shades is really pigmented so, you will only need light hand to apply it. The softer Palladio matte powder blush is a dream to apply with any standard powder brush.
Palladio Matte Blush in BM06 Tipsy (6g)
Tipsy is a coral blush. This one is a bit more orange/ reddish than an actual coral in my opinion though. I love this shade the most because when I apply it on my cheeks, it gives beautiful natural coral sun-kissed and looks very nice as everyday blush colour.
Palladio Matte Blush in BM05 Chic (6g)
For me, I think Chic is too light of a peachy apricot shade. If you enjoy a light blush look, this blush is for you.
To summarize those lengthy words, here are my pros and cons.
Pros:
– Sturdy packaging
– Nice matte finish
– Affordable
– Good wear time
– Nice pigmentation
– Blendable
– Looks very natural on my cheeks
Cons:
– Quite chalky *maybe because of the blush are too pigmented makes the blush quite chalky.
Rating: 4.5/5
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