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GOSH Giant Blush Review and Swatches

Every summer I go through this no make-up phase, especially when it comes to face make-up. Montreal gets so hot and humid and the last thing I need is foundation sweating off my face. I am a very active person and that cakey, oily foundation face is never cute. This year however I found myself opting for more of that no make-up make-up look mostly because I there are so many revolutionary products coming out that manage to feel like nothing on the skin and look so natural. 

Cue Gosh’s Giant Blush. There are three shades available as of right now: Passion(coral), Pink Parfait(pink) and Shy(taupey pink). 

I was initially intimidated by these products. I have tried using cream face products before and blush in particular was something that I never mastered. Actually, I never got the point of a full on cream blush. It moved my foundation around. it was hard to blend and looked patchy and never settled nicely. These blushes have a very smooth texture that blends like a dream. The formula feels almost slippery to the touch and glides on the skin without dragging the product underneath it. Once applied on my cheeks it sheers out beautifully, the pigmentation is light enough to let the skin show through while adding a subtle hint of color. 
There’s something about how fresh and light these blushes look on the skin, they have that light dewiness to them that it’s very hard to achieve using a powder product. I am also pretty amazed at how easy application is, I personally like to use my fingers to work the product into the skin and blend it out and the whole process takes seconds and always look amazing. 
Overall, these products are a total hit. I love everything about them, the colors, the formula, the texture, how fresh and natural they look and how long and beautiful they wear. I highly recommend you check them out. 
*Products provided for consideration. This does not influence my opinions or reviews



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GOSH Giant Blush Review and Swatches

Every summer I go through this no make-up phase, especially when it comes to face make-up. Montreal gets so hot and humid and the last thing I need is foundation sweating off my face. I am a very active person and that cakey, oily foundation face is never cute. This year however I found myself opting for more of that no make-up make-up look mostly because I there are so many revolutionary products coming out that manage to feel like nothing on the skin and look so natural. 

Cue Gosh’s Giant Blush. There are three shades available as of right now: Passion(coral), Pink Parfait(pink) and Shy(taupey pink). 

I was initially intimidated by these products. I have tried using cream face products before and blush in particular was something that I never mastered. Actually, I never got the point of a full on cream blush. It moved my foundation around. it was hard to blend and looked patchy and never settled nicely. These blushes have a very smooth texture that blends like a dream. The formula feels almost slippery to the touch and glides on the skin without dragging the product underneath it. Once applied on my cheeks it sheers out beautifully, the pigmentation is light enough to let the skin show through while adding a subtle hint of color. 
There’s something about how fresh and light these blushes look on the skin, they have that light dewiness to them that it’s very hard to achieve using a powder product. I am also pretty amazed at how easy application is, I personally like to use my fingers to work the product into the skin and blend it out and the whole process takes seconds and always look amazing. 
Overall, these products are a total hit. I love everything about them, the colors, the formula, the texture, how fresh and natural they look and how long and beautiful they wear. I highly recommend you check them out. 
*Products provided for consideration. This does not influence my opinions or reviews



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