Yesterday, I talked about Pink Sugar’s soon-to-be discontinued highlighter Concrete Jungle. Today, I’ll be reviewing one of their blushes. If you’re wondering why I separated them in two different posts, you’ll understand when you continue reading.
Miss Independent is a warm, rose-y coral blush with a matte finish. When Pink Sugar changed their cheek product line-up, they also changed the packaging. Only a minor change though. What was a mirrored compact with a brush before is now without a brush included. Despite the change in the size of the compact, the net weight of their blushes remain the same — still 6g.
While Concrete Jungle is chalky and chunky, this one has a smooth and soft texture. If the former has frequent powder kick-off, this one does not have any fallout at all! I think it’s rare in a product to have such a soft formula but never have fallout. I usually see it in high-end brands (and I’m so proud and happy to see this kind of quality coming from a local brand). The blush blends exceptionally well onto the skin and is so pigmented that only a light dusting of powder across the skin can do the job. Even more amazing is the whopping 8 to 9 hours of wear I get from it. The color is still there by the 10th hour but just faded.
I am very pleasantly surprised with the top notch quality of this blush. Usually, for a brand to be this good would mean a hefty price. However, it only costs Php 299 (gasp!). I kid you not. It looks like we have a real winner here. One that I can highly recommend to the international beauty community. And I’m proud to give it TWO THUMBS UP from here all the way to the moon and a HOLY GRAIL status!
To all my Filipino readers out there, you guys have to get hold of Pink Sugar’s line of blushes!
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