I swear, with each new Beauty Pie release they take their quality level up a notch as these new Supercheek Cream Blushers are just an absolute dream come true. I think I’ve mentioned previously that if I had to compare Beauty Pie make-up to one solitary brand, it would be Bobbi Brown, as they have a similar luxury, grown-up, investment products vibe and the Beauty Pie Supercheek Cream Blushers are a perfect example of this.
As soon as you pop open the dinky little box packaging they arrive in, you’re confronted with a weighty glass pot with a chrome-style lid. In the hand these feel luxurious and like you’ve spent a fair bit, then when you open the blush, there lies a beautifully smooth and rich pot of colour. These are a new launch and there are currently four shades in total:
Fresh Faced – coral pink
Universal Pink – bright pink
Bare Blush – muted pink
French Raspberry – deep berry
I purchased the first three shades as I think the deep berry would probably be a little too dark for my very pale skin. Universal Pink is pretty bright, Fresh Faced is perfectly named as it’s one of those shades that’ll really lift a sallow complexion, and Bare Blush is my idea of a perfect blush shade, adding natural colour without anything too OTT.
The formula is brilliant; very buildable and easy to work with, so you can dab and blend until you have the perfect finish. It’s sheer and dewy, so you’d struggle to overdo it. Interestingly, these are sold as a matte finish; I have only tried these on top of dewy foundations so I’ll need to report back with how I get on with more matte coverage. Having said that, my arm swatches show them as matte, although they’re not a flat matte so I wouldn’t expect any chalkiness.
I’ve also just read on the Beauty Pie blurb for these that they were created with Hannah Martin, who used to be the lead make-up artist for Bobbi Brown, so that makes a lot of sense! The Beauty Pie Supercheek Cream Blushers are available now for non-members priced at £25 a pop, but if you’re a Beauty Pie sub then the price point is around the £8 mark. Find them here – link.
*Disclosure – products paid for by me.