The Majolica Majorca Holiday 2012 make up collection was relatively small; it consisted of one perfume, 2 liners, 2 polishes, a hand cream and 4 cream blushers.
The cream blushers caught my eye as I love cream textures! In everything! These looks like nail polishes, but no, they are strictly for the cheeks. The shades are:
RD310, RD411, and the two I purchased, PK312, OR313:
Shell Pink Cream and Custard Cream (pink and orange). My worry with this is that a lot of Japanese blushers I buy aren’t pigmented enough to show up on my medium toned complexion; the colours are usually quite shimmery, sheer and light.
I like the packaging a lot; they come in small frosted bottles. I think they are big enough, certainly you wouldn’t this product hanging around for too long anyway as it’s a liquid.
The product needs a good shake before you use it as it seems to settle a little looking thicker on the top. The applicator is like a nail brush so you just need to swipe this on the cheek then blend it in. It doesn’t dry super quickly but you certainly can’t sit around watching tv once this is on as it leaves a light stain.
I was pleasantly surprised by how pigmented the creamy liquid was. Sometimes though they blend away until there’s nothing there:
I am pleased to report that these cream (really more liquid) blushers are really pigmented and blend away nicely without leaving streaks or weird patches, even on my dry skin. Also, they are easy to blend away to leave a nice glow. I’d say it lasts a few hours – it doesn’t have phenomenal stay, but I have yet to find any blush that will last on me for more than 3 hours.
Blended and dried:
I am really happy with these blushers, nicely pigmented and easy to blend. I’ve been using both shades quite a lot as sometimes it’s just easier than grabbing a blusher brush and powder
I bought these from adambeauty.com