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Jun 29, 2009

Medusa Blush Review and Swatches

If you like your blush brighter, bolder, and full of energy you'll likely love Medusa Blush.


I'm all for different. I love bolder shades of blush and I'm not scared to use them. I personally think brighter shades are suitable for any skin tone so long as you use them subtly. With the Summer finally here (gorgeous day outside my office window today) a little pop of pink or orange is all in order for this Muse which is why I'm loving all over the two Medusa Blushes I recently hauled.

Jump ahead for the review.

Available exclusively in two shades for a mere $10 bucks each of these blushes are a huge size with plenty of pigmentation for your cash. Each blush has a very subtle shimmery finish and has a sifter with a bubble top for easy swirl and tap application. The two shades available are Georgia Peach and Dangerous Liaison. Out of the two it's difficult to decide which I love more as both are gorgeous.






Georgia Peach is a gorgeous peach with plenty of coral and orange. Completely flattering for Summer this shade is incredible on darker skin tones and lighter. A little sweep will do you so try not to over do it during application.










Dangerous Liaison is a pure bubblegum pink which I also dub ideal for Summer. It's a good deal less shimmery compared to Georgia Peach.










Both blushes blend beautifully well and give just the right touch of color to cheeks. If you're feeling courageous you can use these on your eyes as well.

Overall, the price, the pigmentation, and the colors are too good to pass up! Loves 'em! I ordered these from www.medusasmakeup.com

They also carry a slew of other great items. So far I've been very pleased with the items I've ordered from them and look forward to checking out other items from Medusa.

Sportin' Medusa Blush in Dangerous Liaison



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8 Comments:

Blogger Phyrra said...

These look pretty on you!

June 29, 2009 at 4:52 PM  
Blogger Connie De Alwis said...

dangerous liaison reminds me of NARS Angelika but brighter! you look great :D

June 29, 2009 at 4:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

speaking of bright thing, have you seen the new Sephora double ended brushes? look!- http://www.sephora.com/search/search_results.jhtml;jsessionid=GNYZENM0CZAESCV0KRTQX0Q?%2Fcom%2Flvmh%2Fcommerce%2Fcatalog%2Fsearch%2Fiphrase%2Fproxy%2FIPhraseSearchFormHandler.search=search&_D%3A%2Fcom%2Flvmh%2Fcommerce%2Fcatalog%2Fsearch%2Fiphrase%2Fproxy%2FIPhraseSearchFormHandler.search=+&command=eq&attr1=Category&attr2=%3ATools&v0=double%2Bended%2Bbrush&i=Product+id&s2=Name%2F%2F1&s1=Product+TopSellers%2F%2F0&s0=iphrase+relevance%2F%2F0&as=1&q=16&a0=Brand%2F%2Fv%3A4&s=801802174074&t=0&c1=e%3A0%2F%2FBrand%2F%2F%3Aeq%2F%2FSephora+Brand&c0=i%3A768%3BDescription%2CName%2CSku+Description%2CSku+Name%2CNo+Show+Category%2CProduct+Keywords%2CCategory%2CCategory+Long+Description%3Bdouble%2Cended%2Cbrush%3B%3Adoubl%2C%3Aend%2C%3Abrush%3B%2B0+%2B1+%2B2&searchString=&_DARGS=%2Fsearch%2Fsearch_results.jhtml

wow that was a long url.... sorry!

June 29, 2009 at 6:06 PM  
Blogger Beauty Bitch said...

Ooooooh. They look GORGEOUS. I try and avoid loose powder blushes because of the mess, but you always manage to find the best shades to try and break my resolve. Are they mineral blushes ie. do they have the faint mineral product sheen?

June 29, 2009 at 8:27 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

thanks dd :-D

June 30, 2009 at 10:58 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

thanks connie! Yes with alot less shimmer too than the nars!

June 30, 2009 at 10:58 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

lmao anonymous
some url there!

Yup! Seen 'em! Was going to post about those today lol!

they look good!

June 30, 2009 at 10:59 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

hehe bora i is evil :-D

mmm not really they just feel like smooth, silky blush really none of that mineral brushed feel if that makes sense!

June 30, 2009 at 11:00 AM  

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