But a couple of weeks ago my sister and I were browsing through CVS and looking for new makeup products. Maybelline had an offering of something new: a blush stick. There were 6 shades to choose from. Me being me, I went for the one that said "coral" on the sticker. I just gravitate towards corals and oranges. I like coral more than pink because pink just feels too girly for me. I got the Maybelline Master Glaze Blush Stick in Coral Sheen #30.
Maybelline Master Glaze Blush Sticks contain shea butter and are meant to be sheer and highly blendable.
They are 0.24 oz of product put into a short cylindrical package that is meant to be portable for easy carrying in one's purse.
Coral Sheen is a mostly pink coral with a hint of orange, although it goes on far more pink than orange. I applied the blush directly onto my cheeks with the stick itself. I created a little streak of the color on my cheekbone and it went on highly pigmented and creamy. It has just a hint of shimmer in it, and gleamy look.
I then blended it into my cheeks using my fingers and it spread really nicely and evenly. It also sheered out quite a bit, unusually since it applies so strongly. It has no smell and feels weightless on the skin.
|Maybelline Master Glaze Coral Sheen swatched in daylight on my N3 in Mac Face & Body skin|
Maybelline Master Glaze Blush Sticks come in 6 colors:
Just-Pinched Pink #10
Pink Fever #20
Coral Sheen #30
Warm Nude #40
Make a Mauve #50
Plums Up #60
There are also two limited edition shades that are a part of Maybelline's Dare to Go Nude Collection:
Nude Rebellion #201
Barely Pink # 202
The Score: 4.5/5 Stars
What are your thought's on Maybelline Master Glaze Blush Sticks? Do they compare to higher-end cream blushes like Makeup Forever or Nars blush sticks? Do you like wearing cream blush?
If you would like to see Maybelline Master Glaze Blush Stick in Coral Sheen in action, here is my Youtube video on the product: