Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Stila Custom Colour Blush - Self Adjusting Coral


Firstly, I finished my dissertation yesterday and handed it in today, yay! You won't have to hear me go on about it anymore :) So to celebrate, I did a bit of shopping. Some bits from Boots (including this blush & some Good Things stuff) and then a cheeky ASOS order too.

What Stila say: "Why settle for "almost the right shade" of blush? This perceptive one-shade-fits-all powder blush reacts with your skin's pH to create a one-of-a-kind, customised shade perfect for you! The ultra-blendable, velvety-soft formula magically smoothes the appearance of fine lines, pores and pigmentation, leaving skin with a luminous, flawless flush. The weightless powder can be layered to achieve just the right amount of colour and coverage."

I always doubt whether these products, that claim to adapt to your skin, actually work. I do feel like this blusher suits my skin tone, but that could just be luck. It'd be interesting to see how this blush looks on someone else. If anyone's tried it or has any review links then send them over :) 

I really like this blush, it is definitely velvety and very build-able. I think the colour is perfect for everyday wear, it's not too bold but still gives a good flush of colour. I wore it all day at work and it lasted, despite me constantly leaning my face on my hand while sitting at my desk aha.

What do you think of these products that claim to adapt, do they actually work? x  

14 comments:

  1. I've never had anything that claims to change colour according to the product, so I might get this, it looks really nice on you! xoxo

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  2. Oh wow, pretty! I've only seen them in liquid form, not powder, how interesting :)

    The lips ones deffo work though, my friend and I both got one from Avon years ago and put them on, hers went a nice pink colour and mine went RED! Hahah my stupid lips! :P

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  3. This looks awesome! I'd love to try it out :)

    A friend and I bought smashbox O-Gloss at the same time...I feel like they were the same colour on both of us but for whatever reason it was a really nice natural wash of pink on me, and on her it went super vibrant pink on her lips. lol

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  4. This looks so lovely in the pan and it really suits you too! And I think the lip products work never seen a powder blush that claims to adapt though! xx

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  5. This sounds amazing- I usually have to use two differnt blushers to get the right shade, going to keep my eyes peeled for this!
    x

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  6. Looks gorgeous! Will have to add it to my list :) love your blog! x

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  7. It looks so pretty, I'll put this on my summer wishlist now! xx

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  8. Well done on you dissertation! YAY!!
    The blush looks great! like so many others, I use two shades to achieve my desired colour! May try this one!

    look forward to seeing your ASOS purchases!!

    love esme x
    http://esmehearts.blogspot.co.uk/

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  9. this sounds so cool!!! I want it too now. Bet you're relieved the disso is over with lol x

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  10. I never really take the 'risk' with products that are meant to change colour dependent on your own skin tone etc. xo

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  11. I've never tried any products that are supposed to adjust to your skin tone, but I've been wanting to! This shade of blush really does look nice on you.

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  13. i dont think they really adapt to anything..but i like the idea of it!and i like this blush..is gorgeous!x

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  14. I've only just rediscovered blusher, for some reason I seemed to have stopped wearing it recently, so will have to add this one to my list! I've tried foundation that claimed to adapt before and I don't think it worked.

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