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Jordana Color Tint Blush Stick Review

By Sheila Arkee

Although by and large I feel you can find high-end equivalent products, I have never quite found a cream blush I love for less. My grail cream blushes are the Stila Convertible Color blushes, which cost $18 but manage to wear like iron on my normal-to-oily skin. The texture of most drugstore blushes, I feel, are just too slippery to even show up on my skin. Could Jordana have a solution to my conundrum?

Jordana has six new Color Tint Blush sticks, blendable creamy cheek colors that twist up and don’t require the use of a brush.

The main ingredients include Hydrogenated Coconut Oil and Kaolin, also known as clay, which helps with oil absorption concerns.

Apple Cheeks, Coral Touch, Pink Adore, Rose Petal, Blushed, Bronze Glow

Size-wise these easily fit into the palm of your hands. So cute!

The pigmentation on these blush sticks is impressive, and I find they blend easily on top of your foundation without mucking things up. You can use them alone but for long-lasting wear layer them with a complimentary powder brush. When worn alone I find the blush fades though the day, but on the bright side it’s not a hassle to carry these around and re-apply.

My favorite of the six is the red Apple Cheeks – was this created with my apple cheek tutorial in mind? No one can ever go wrong with a bright blush – they’re easy to tone down and lend the most natural flush, I’ve found.

Wearing Apple Cheeks.

Thinking back on other budget cream blushes, Jordana’s remind me of e.l.f.’s Shimmer Sticks, but with a little more pigmentation, less shimmer, and more color variety.

Overall these are pretty cream blushes that give your skin a good glow, but don’t expect them to last all day. For $2.99, however, they are a great deal and the perfect portable size for blush touch ups.

You can find Jordana products online.

*Provided for consideration. Opinions are my own.

  • http://www.beautyinfozone.com MarciaF (beauty info zone)

    I thought they were only online so I’m glad you wrote that they might be at Walgreens. The swatches look so pretty on you.

  • http://lolassecretbeautyblog.blogspot.com lola seicento

    These are gorgeous, and the price is certainly right!! I love how it looks on you!

  • Sheila – Painted Ladies

    My misunderstanding – they’re only available online – hopefully in.stores soon!