- Intense pigment
- Smooth application
- Doesn’t accentuate pores, fine lines, or texture
- Skincare benefits
- Long wearing
- Not a huge shade variety
Lorac blush is pigmented, buildable, and smoothing. It delivers a range of looks from sheer to bold in colors ranging from peachy nude to deep burgundy.
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Hello, vivid cheeks thanks to Lorac Blush.
I love me a good pop of blush. Cheek color is so fun to play with. You can add a natural flush to your cheeks, or a dramatic pop of color. Create a monochromatic cheek, lip, and eye look, or go totally bold. In the winter, berry tones are fun to wear, while in the summer peach blush is the perfect kiss of color. Lorac Color Source Blush promises a buildable, seamless application. It comes in eight matte and satin finishes, with colors ranging from peachy nudes to deep burgundy.
Quick Rating Rundown
:Lorac Color Source Blush
Promises vs. Performance: A buildable, silky-smooth texture.
Color Source Buildable Blush comes in eight matte and satin shades. The blush can be worn from a sheer flush of color to a bold pop or anything in between. It has a silky-smooth texture that builds and blends effortlessly onto cheeks. The pressed powder formula is infused with anti-aging antioxidants, including pomegranate, acai berry, and vitamins A, C, and E to nourish and protect skin.
Plus this makeup product is mega pigmented! Even just tapping my brush lightly into the pan picks up an insane amount of color. You’ll definitely want to tap off the excess or dust a bit off onto the back of your hand before applying to your cheeks. This pressed powder blush applies smoothly and evenly onto cheeks. However, as with most powder complexion enhancers, it can lift liquid and cream bases if they are oil based. I find as long as I set my liquid foundation, this blush doesn’t look patchy or disrupt any base makeup. The texture of Color Source is so silky-smooth and it doesn’t accentuate any imperfections, from pores to fine lines to texture. And, after a full day of wear, I can still see my cheek color which I greatly appreciate.
How Lorac Blush Compares: A solid option, but is it the best blush?
When it comes to blush, I like to have variety. I am a bit disappointed in Lorac Color Source’s shade range (8), especially when compared to NARS Blush (26). Both blushes feature a silky soft texture that swirls onto cheeks easily for a buildable flush of color. I do think NARS Blush is more user friendly and forgiving in color when applying. You don’t have to worry about overdoing it.
Even though powder blush is beautiful, I encourage you to check out cream and liquid formulas. In my opinion, I find they are even more user friendly than powder blushes. They tend to be more buildable and easier to apply over different base products, like cream, liquid, gel, and even powder. My favorites include Saie Beauty Dew Blush, which has incredible pigment, and Rose Inc Blush Divine, which is great for a monochromatic cheek and lip look. These blushes are clean formulas that apply easily, giving cheeks the best lit-from-within glow. They come in a variety of shades, wear beautifully with any base and can be applied with any tool, whether it’s your fingers, a brush, or a sponge. Talk about versatility!
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Edited by Maddie