Product Review: Bloom Sheer Colour Cream in Coy

I spotted this blush about a year ago in the Bloom section of my local David Jones store and it was love at first sight. For some reason I didn’t get around to purchasing it until earlier this year, but I dug it out of my collection a couple of weeks ago and I’ve been using it every day since. First things first: this product smells like lavender. Once you apply it to your skin the smell goes away, but for those that aren’t a fan of lavender scented things I thought I’d better mention that up front. This is probably one of the most user-friendly cream blushes I’ve ever tried, it’s not too heavily pigmented and the cream itself is lightweight making it a breeze to blend into the skin. The shade Coy works wonderfully on fair skin, I’ve been wearing this layered under MAC’s Instant Chic powder blush during the week or just on it’s own over some tinted foundation for a low-key fresh faced look on the weekends. The Bloom Sheer Colour Cream retails for $24 AUD and can be purchased online from the Bloom website.

4 Thoughts on “Product Review: Bloom Sheer Colour Cream in Coy

  1. This is gorgeous! How does it compare to the Stila Convertible Colour in Gerbera? I’m wearing it today but I have to say it’s probably the worst day for me to wear it as my skin is practically sallow!!

  2. I do love these, and have a few (not this colour strangely!) but I don’t use them enough! (fingers or brush?)

    • On the weekend I tend to apply with my fingers because it’s quicker and a bit easier but during the week I dab a bit on with a foundation brush. I think a stippling brush would work quite well too!

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