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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Canmake Powder Cheeks Blush - Review

I think this will be my first blush review.  This brand was also the first japanese makeup brand I ever tried.  I learned about Canmake in Instagram and in Youtube actually.  Before, as I travel to Hong Kong, I often see this in SaSa, but I didn't dwell or look into it much.

Anyways, besides Korean makeup, I think Japanese makeup is getting more popular this year, well at least for me.  I think my phase of getting crazy over Korean makeup is slowly being replaced by Japanese makeup.  The only limitation I have with Japanese makeup is that they are more pricey compared to Korean makeup, so there's a bigger risk in experimenting with Japanese makeup.  Plus most are online, so you can't test them out and check if the color suits you or not.

Good thing, more and more Japanese brands are found in our stores here in the Philippines.

I reached pan of one of my favourite cheek blush, the Face Shop blush: I Make you Sweeter, I forgot the shade though.

I went into Trendsetter's Bazaar and to my surprise, the @canmakeph was on sale during the bazaar.  50% of on the blushes, eye shadows, foundation, etc.  So you've guessed it: I hoarded.

So here are my thoughts on the Canmake Powder Cheeks Blush - PW16 (Nable Orange)

It comes in a clear plastic container, with what looked like diamond cuts and a little print on the corners.  This gives that cute but simple packaging.

No smell
As the name says, it's a powder blush.

There's one thing I can't explain with this product.  When I first swatched it, it's pigmented as you can see in the picture.

This is one magic of Canmake I can't fully explain.  As seen in the swatch in my hand, it's very pigmented, I was kind of afraid at first that when I apply this onto my cheek, it will look unnatural.  But I was surprised to see the results! They look natural, like you're blushing because you saw your crush.  They're perfect for your everyday makeup.

There's a hint of glitter when you apply it, so it will give you that 'glow'.

Duration of use1 month
Pros'Natural' look with 'Natural Glow'
Pigmented, but when applied, looks natural.
Pricey (P480), but I got mine at 50% discount
If you don't like glitter on your face, this is not the product for you.
Sometimes you get minimal fall outs

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