Reviews for Aura Multi Use Radiant Blush
Average rating: 4 out of 5 hearts
By Lindsay on June 22, 2014
Best Used as a Highlighter
I received a sample of this in #225 Mystic in my inner circle package. I think this is best used as a highlighter, not a blush. There really isn’t enough color pigment for it to give you that “in from the cold” look other blushes give. But it does have plenty of shimmer and looks lovely used as a highlighter for cheekbones, shoulders and chest.
By Michele on June 21, 2014
Formula is very good -color is too sparkly and sheer
The color I received was mystic which is a very cool and sheer very sparkly pink with blue undertones. On my skin tone, which is warm and yellow based, it was lost. The formulation of the product, a cream based blush, was very nice and I think that I would have liked to try the classic version, which isn’t sparkly, instead.
So, color/sparkle wise – not so good. The formula and ease of application – very good, which make this rating average.
By Ash on July 17, 2013
Intrigue is my go-to blush now
After trying two of the Classic Blushes (Tender and Spark), I have finally found the right colour and effect! Intrigue is a really pretty bronzey pink/rose with a hint of shimmer that blends really well. It’s actually quite a light colour, so don’t be scared by the dark swatches. Looks very natural on. I’m so happy I found this blush! Also, it wears really nice on the lips (better than the Classic, in my opinion).
By K on April 16, 2013
I have this is ‘Charisma’ , ‘Heavenly’, and ‘Intrigue’. Charisma is very pink so only need a little bit or can look a bit clown-ish. Heavenly is really light and doesn’t really show up on my skin but good as a highlighter in addition to another blush with more pigment. Intrigue is closer to a bronze colour and could also be used as a highlighter. Keep in mind that the radiant blush is more sparkly.
By Daphcali on March 11, 2013
Great subtle enhancer
Have been using Heavenly for about a month on my brow bones, cheek bones, and neck/chest areas to add subtle radiance. I have fair skin with peachy/neutral undertones and feel the color is perfect. I agree with previous review that application to lips is awkward, but doable if desired.
By Barb on September 11, 2012
Best as a blush
Love this for my cheeks, but wasn’t crazy about it as a lipstick. Not that it didn’t look or feel good, but I found it awkward to apply on my thin lips from a larger tube. As a cheek colour, its fabulous, though. Radiant is a good word for this.
An ALLURE Best of Beauty winner; this multi–tasking superstar will highlight and define your cheeks, lips, and eyes with soft shimmering sophistication.