Saturday, April 11, 2015

On 4:05 PM by Hira Tabassum in , ,    10 comments
This blush may be unconventional but it was a part of our Top 10 Beauty Favourites of 2014. Here's the reason why:

Revlon Golden Affair Sculpting Blush in Merlot At Midnight
Revlon Golden Affair Sculpting Blush in Merlot At Midnight
Revlon Golden Affair Sculpting Blush in Merlot At Midnight
Revlon Golden Affair Sculpting Blush in Merlot At Midnight
Revlon Golden Affair Sculpting Blush in Merlot At Midnight
Revlon Golden Affair Sculpting Blush in Merlot At Midnight heavily swatched
My Experience:
Merlot At Midnight was launched by Revlon a few years back as a limited edition product. Lucky for us, we were able to get our hands on it. Not only is the blush an amazing product application wise, it is also a beauty to look at.
It comes in a sturdy transparent plastic packaging. The actual blush is a daring plum with same color shimmery particles in it, that aren't noticeable after application. There is a beautiful pattern on top that has a slight dusting of gold glitter on it. The glitter is gone after two to three applications. The beige circles though have lasted very long.
When I first bought Revlon Sculpting Blush in Merlot At Midnight I wasn't expecting to love it so much. The color was very unconventional and out of my league. But on the very first application I realized how perfect it is for medium and dark skin tones. A must have blush, for winters specially. It blends beautifully so I am not in the constant fear of ending up with clown cheeks. The pigmentation is insane and keeping a light hand is crucial. I barely touch my brush to it and I get good color payoff. That combined with the generous size of the pan makes it a product that will last you a lifetime. There is absolutely zero fallout in the pan.
The stunning color, blendability, pigmentation and the lasting power of a good 6 plus hours make Revlon Golden Affair Sculpting Blush a wonder product. My only complain with the product is that the packaging tends to get scratched.


Pros:
  • Sturdy and appealing packaging
  • Insane pigmentation and amazing color payoff
  • Blends really well
  • Lasting power of six plus hours
  • Perfect color for medium and dark skin tones.
Cons:
  • Packaging tends to get scratched.
Price & Availability: I bought my Revlon Golden Affair Sculpting Blush in Merlot At Midnight for PKR 1250 . It was a limited addition blush so it is not available for sale anymore. You can still find it on some websites though.
My Rating: 5/5

Don't forget to share your most favorite winter blush in comments below.
Love,
Hira

10 comments:

  1. Wow.. this looks so beautiful... great review

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  2. soo pigmented ......thanks for sharing your thoughts with us

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  3. Love love love the pigmentation and the design so unique! :D

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  4. The pigmentation looks really good.

    Momina Haseeb | ๑ Divine Smudge ๑

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  5. wow...look at this color! with careful application I'm sure it turns out soo pretty on the cheeks.... great review :)xx

    Party On A Budget

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  6. Not a shade I would use but should be great on darker skin tones! =)

    www.theisabellee.com

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  7. Deep pigmented color. Looks nice.

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  8. Beautiful color. I think it's great for winters. My favorite blush for winter is CSP Blush in "Havana". Nice review!

    themeticulousperfections.blogspot.com

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  9. Love your post....the blush look amazing.
    kanwalikram'blog.

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