Max Factor are easily one of the most competitive brands on the high street. I often find a lot of their products compete with similar products from higher end companies. I am a big lover of their mascaras and find that their quality is actually better in comparisons to brands such as YSL and Lancôme. Max Factors new Creme Puff Blushers are a recent addition to the beauty scene and have already been compared to the likes of the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blushers and the MAC Mineralize Blushers. With six shades to choose from, there is pretty much a shade for anyone and everyone. The merged, baked formula offers a multi-tonal colour that looks effortless once applied to cheeks. Each blush comes with a slightly iridescent finish thus adding an extra hint of subtle highlight making highlighter almost unnecessary. I picked up the shades 15 Seductive Pink, 20 Lavish Mauve and 30 Gorgeous Berries. Seductive Pink is a beautiful muted-purply pink shade with a slight hint of gold that naturally warms up the complexion. This looks beautiful applied to the apples of the cheeks and is a perfect neutral day-to-day blush. Lavish Mauve is similar to the former shade but slightly paler and much more peachier when applied to the skin. I think this is probably my favourite of the three as it is totally wearable. Gorgeous Berries is the boldest of the three colours, with a deeper reddy-pink hue which can be easily sheered out after application therefore making it still easy to wear. The pigmentation of these blushers are outstanding and the long lasting formula is almost identical to brands such as MAC. If you're looking for a cheaper alternative to a mineralise blush, pop down to your local Boots and pick up one of these for just £8.99.
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What shades takes your fancy?