I probably should have told you about the Lise Watier Blush Creme Satin($24) earlier. But I was trying to be a good blogger and blog about the Lise Watier Eden Tropical Collection in SOME kind of coherent order. Sometimes, I try. PFFT on that from now on! I am having a glass of wine and realizing that I need to blog about what I REALLY likes first! The rest can wait, right? RIGHT.
AND THIS PEOPLE. THIS. THIS IS WHAT I REALLY LIKES.
LOOK AT IT. IT is the Lise Watier Blush Creme Satin in Rose Eden. Are your blush fiend senses tingling yet?
How about NOW?
How about in the SUN?
The Lise Watier Blush Creme Satin is a creamy blush that glides over your cheeks. No matter if you’re a powder foundation gal, or a liquid foundation gal. GLIDES. Of course that’s the silicones doing the gliding, but they’re not SO heavy that Tracy has an S.F.A.-SILICONE FREAK ATTACK. Yeah that’s right. I’ve named my problem. It’s the first step in dealing with your problem lol! Every new blush these days seems to have silicones in it, and it kind of freaks me out. I’m old fashioned about my blush I guess. But I’m TRYING to get over it. TRYING. Baby silicone-steps.
Anyways, the Lise Watier Blush Creme Satin isn’t TOO heavily siliconed up, so I likey. A LOT. It’s creamy, but as you blend it becomes a powdery finish that’s just gorgeous on the cheeks. A really natural, seamless glow. And it blends well with either fingers or a brush. Personally, I prefer my Sonia Kashuk Blush brush that I use for most cream blushes, but eh-fingers are pretty darn good too. You know what this blush reminds me of? Them expensive DIOR Limited Edition Cream Blushes from last summer. Pretty much the SAME product here for WHAT??-half the price???
There’s also a Lise Watier Blush Creme Satin in Coral Paradise and I’m getting that one toot sweet! TOOT SWEET-ahahaha-I’m going to make TOOT SWEET happen again. It’s my new mission. That, and telling you that you NEED to get a Lise Watier Blush Crème Satin. TOOT SWEET. 😛
SO many new great blushes this year! And SO much silicones! I need to get used to this new kind of fangled blush, because it looks like this is the new blush thing for sure! This one I really like, but some of them can be so HEAVY feeling, and that’s something I need to get used to. Do you mind silicones in your blush? Or am I being an old fashioned blush fiend here?
*product sent by PR for review, thoughts and ramblings about silicone are mine. Because who else cares this much about silicones in blush besides my crazy blush fiend brain?