- Talc free
- Wearable, everyday colors
- Long wearing
- Buildable pigment
- Very pigmented, a little goes a long way
- Not patchy
- Doesn’t exaggerate texture, pores, or dryness
- Soft, airbrushed finish
- Could use more finishes
Clean, pigmented, buildable, and long wearing – these are the things I love about this Lawless blush. It is a soft, silky powder that glides over imperfections.
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Lawless blush is Clean AF and beautiful.
Lawless not only aims to make high performing products, but ones that are “Clean AF.” For them, clean ingredients are important for a couple of reasons. Did you know our face absorbs 5-10 times more chemicals than our body? That the average person’s morning routine puts them in contact with over 100 chemicals? Or how about that women may absorb up to 5LBS out cosmetic chemicals annually? Crazy, right?
Talc free powder blushes are hard to come by, even in the clean beauty world. Lawless uses mica, a natural alternative to talc, as the main mineral, making this blush much safer. Not only do I love the ingredients, but the performance is great, too.
Quick Rating Rundown
:Lawless Blush ‘Make Me Blush’
Promises vs. Performance: Pigmented and long wearing cheek color.
Lawless Make Me Blush Velvet Blush comes in two different finishes (matte and radiant) and seven shades made for all skin tones. It is a cleanly formulated, talc free powder blush that blends into skin instead of sitting on top for a natural flush of color. Make Me Blush promises to never look powdery or cakey, as it is infused with shea butter, squalane, and sweet almond oil to keep skin hydrated and healthy. Perfect for all skin types dry to oily, this buildable pigment blush promises long wear.
Tap your brush into the compact to pick up product (tap off the excess, because this is pigmented!), and swirl onto your cheeks. I love how wearable and buildable these Lawless blushes are, perfect for a natural or bold look. They apply beautifully without being patchy or exaggerating texture, pores, or dryness. What they give is a soft, silky airbrushed finish that has minimal settling into pores and lines, nor des it accentuate skin texture. When you need your blush to last all day, these deliver. From application to removal, your cheeks will have the perfect pop of color.
How It Compares: Who will win in NARS blush versus Lawless blush?
Let’s compare this blush from Lawless to the standard, NARS Blush. Both are finely milled powders that apply evenly with no patchiness. Neither exaggerates pores, texture, or dryness, giving cheeks a soft, airbrushed look. Lawless and NARS are both long wearing, keeping cheeks looking fresh all day long. Where they differ is ingredients and shade range. Lawless has a cleaner formula, free of talc, while NARS isn’t so clean of a formula. For shade range, NARS wins, as there are over 25 shades of Blush available.
I honestly think these are both beautiful blushes. They apply like a dream, wear beautifully, and have great shades. If you’ve been using NARS for a while and are looking to change up your routine, I’d look into Lawless Make Me Blush.
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Lawless Blush ‘Make Me Blush’
Edited by Maddie