CLINIQUE Cola Pop blush Review & FOTD

Few days back I shared my Birthday month Haul and the latest blush to join my ever growing BLUSH Collection was Clinique Cola Pop which is amongst new shade launched by the brand.

I guess these are not yet launched in India but may make their way anytime soon. Clinique Cola Pop was the only shade which caught my attention and to my surprise it did proved to be a wise decision. The blush may look intimidating in pan and you can easily go overboard with it but the colour itself is stunning and needs a feather light touch to get the colour what you see here.

Clinique Cola pop ( 3.5 gm for $ 21 plus TAX )  is deep dark and very scary looking but beautifully transforming shade of brownish berry and leans a little warm toned on my skin tone. The colour may look dead scary but when used lightly transforms to a soft berry shade on cheeks and is very flattering.

As I mentioned in my previous post, I absolutely love sheer lipsticks and luminous blush like HOURGLASS which adds a bit of sheen a touch of colour so definitely using a colour like this after such a long time was a challenge for me but am happy with the results.

I purchased mine from SEPHORA site and paid some $ 21 plus Tax which is more or less 1400/- INR. The blush stays nicely on my cheeks for 7 – 8 hr and then it starts to fade evenly.

The texture is soft and blends well, it is easy to work shade and this is the best part as you can never go wrong with it. I would still suggest using a light hand a fan brush for this.

 

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And this is how the blush looks on my NC 40 skin tone :

 

 

I hope you find the review helpful ?

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