Product Review | Flower Beauty Blush Bomb Color Drops

Product Review | Flower Beauty Blush Bomb Color Drops ($9.99, Ulta)

Product Details (from Ulta's website):  FLOWER BEAUTY Blush Bomb Color Drops will give your cheeks fresh, healthy color in an instant! Each drop of this silky, lightweight formula blends seamlessly for a perfect flush every time. Buildable and natural looking.

Non-staining, lightweight gel-cream formula blends easily
Precision dropper applicator
Radiant finish

Review:  As I get older, my makeup application has become a lot different, smarter and tailored to my maturing skin type.  This has also led to my massive declutter that started a little over a year ago through this past summer.  When I started venturing more to beauty and skincare in late 2011, I had no clue how to use cream blushes.  I had a couple but after a few uses, I was not impressed.  Now that I am older and the weather is also slightly cooler in L.A., I have ventured back to using cream products such as bronzers, highlighters and the main focus of today's review, blushes.

These liquid blushes are from Flower Beauty and they are phenomenal.  The box packaging is a little too gaudy for my liking but I can live with that.  It has a clear window where you can see the product and the shade (with the shade name also written on the top front part of the box).  The actual packaging of the product is contained in a small squeeze tube.  However, what I love about this tube is that you can control how much product you dispense due to the type of tip it has.  It allows you to avoid squirting the product all over the place and wasting it.  It has a slightly thick consistency but they are easy to blend (swatches below L-R: Nectar, Cinnamon and Melon) and apply on the skin (I use the Sephora Pro Diffuser Brush #64).  It has a long wear time and I do not even have to set it with a powder blush (please keep in mind I have a normal skin type).  You can also apply it using your fingers but to avoid messy fingers, I just use a brush.  These are comparable to the Nars Liquid blushes which I also own.  The shade Nectar is similar to Nars' Luster and the shade Melon is comparable to Nars' Torrid.  I have comparison swatches on my Instagram of the shades mentioned above if you are inclined to see (my user name is happyhr247).

If you are on a budget or just want a good and long-wearing liquid blush, this is a great buy and I definitely recommend them.  Have you tried these blushes?