Laura Geller Beauty Sugar Free

Blush-N-Brighten Compact, Boysenberry 0.32 oz (9 g)

$31.00

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Boysenberry
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I am so excited for you to try my new Sugar Free Matte Baked Blush!

This new texture in baked blush surrounds your cheeks with the soft emphasis of neutral colors - bringing out the glow, emphasizing the brightness and enhancing your cheek bones.

Finally a blush with all of the gorgeous & none of the guilt! The smooth, silky color glides on, blends easily, stays put and looks fresh for hours. It's all due to the unique baking process where creamy pigment is poured into terracotta pans, and baked slowly for 24 hours. The result is an extremely fine powder that is silky smooth to the touch, with a dewy fresh look and the ability to adapt to any skin tone. My entire Baked Collection is made in Italy, and is ideal for every skin type.

My new Sugar Free Blush-N-Brighten in Boysenberry contains swirls of coral, berries, soft pinks and browns,uniquely suited to play up every skin tone. Mix with a little of your favorite shimmery shade of Blush-NBrighten for a truly customized look!

Laura Geller Beauty

Mica, Talc, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Dimethicone, Nylon 12, Isopropyl Palmitate, Polysorbate 20, Magnesium Aluminium Silicate, Phenoxyethanol, Lauroyl Lysine, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Retinyl Acetate (Vitamin A), BHT, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract, Centella Asiatica (Gotu Kola) Leaf Extract, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Carmine (CI 75470), Red 7 Lake (CI 15850), Ultramarine Blue Violet (CI 77007)

To wash the brush, use a mild shampoo or gentle soap. Rinse until the water runs clear, return the brush to its original shape and dry on a towel before closing the case.

Apply by swirling the Retractable Powder Brush across the dome, and sweeping from the height of your ears to the apples of your cheeks. You can even sweep the color across your eyelids to complete your look!

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Laura Geller Beauty Sugar Free Blush-N-Brighten Compact, Boysenberry, .32 oz
 
3.7

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  • Blends easily (3)

Cons

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        • Skin Tone:
        • Medium (3)

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      1.0

      Orange

      By Smurfette123

      from San Diego, CA

      describe yourself Natural Style

      Pros

      • Blends Easily

      Cons

      • Unnatural Color

      Best Uses

        Comments about Laura Geller Beauty Sugar Free Blush-N-Brighten Compact, Boysenberry, .32 oz:

        The picture on the website is a beautiful pinky purple color with a little bit of an orange mixed in. The one I got was a lot of the orangey color and very little pinky purple. Needless to say I'm not into the pumpkin look. The texture was nice, but the color mixing was a miss.

        • Skin Tone:
        • Medium

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        5.0

        Beautiful, fresh, long-lasting color

        By SonoraHeat

        from AZ

        describe yourself Classic Style

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        Pros

        • Blends Easily
        • Color-corrective
        • Doesn't Appear Cakey
        • Easy To Apply
        • Good Pigmentation
        • Long-Lasting
        • Looks Natural
        • Versatile
        • Works over large pores

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Anytime

          Comments about Laura Geller Beauty Sugar Free Blush-N-Brighten Compact, Boysenberry, .32 oz:

          There are times, particularly during very hot or humid weather, that I prefer to use matte blush. Boysenberry is my favorite! It's a swirled blend of berry-pink, warm pink, bronze, peach, and light coral. I have no idea why it's called "boysenberry", because its color looks nothing like actual boysenberries, which are dark purple and look a lot like blackberries. On my computer, the shade in the picture of the Boysenberry blush shown here looks absolutely nothing like the actual product. On my skin Boysenberry shows up as a medium strawberry-coral. It is not orange-toned, but it is very "warm", and it's especially nice for green, hazel, and brown eyes. Boysenberry isn't "powdery", even though its solid, and it feels silky smooth. It's so easy to apply and blend, and its particular mixture of colors compliments my nude-brown eye makeup colors. If you're familiar with Lipstick Queen, Geller's Boysenberry is beautiful with Butterfly Ball Lipstick in Trance. It also goes well with Laura Geller Dream Creams Lip Palette in Apricot Berry. This is a wonderful color to compliment a tan, plus, it helps perk up winter skin. One compact lasts for months and months. People compliment this color all the time!

          • Skin Tone:
          • Medium

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          5.0

          Nice Matte Blush

          By Natural Mom

          from Los Angeles, CA

          describe yourself Natural Style

          See all my reviews

          Pros

          • Blends Easily
          • Doesn't Appear Cakey
          • Easy To Apply
          • Good Pigmentation
          • Long-Lasting
          • Looks Natural

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Anytime
            • Contouring & Highlighting

            Comments about Laura Geller Beauty Sugar Free Blush-N-Brighten Compact, Boysenberry, .32 oz:

            Those buying Laura Geller products tend to already be familiar with the high quality. For those debating the matte raspberry vs the matter boysenberry (I got both as I wasn't sure from the descriptions or pictures which I wanted), you can't really go wrong with either. The boysenberry is a bit darker - more "brown" - than the raspberry. The raspberry is more berry/mauve. For me, the raspberry might be better for the day, the boysenberry better for the evening, but there is so much personal preference that one could wear either blush at any time. Neither blush has any sparkle and both look natural when applied sparingly.

            • Skin Tone:
            • Medium

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