The Review

Butter London Cheeky Creamy Blush In Abbey Rose

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Hooray for Butter London on releasing a brilliant cream blush formula! I happened to be at my local Ulta, spotted this and had to bring one home. This is the shade Abbey Rose which is a matte coral pink. The texture of these are super creamy but dry to powder form. You have a ton of work time with them and can easily be blended out. They smell a bit like plastic, almost like the Stila Convertible Colors but you can’t smell it once it’s applied to the face. Although it says it’s for the cheeks I thought I’d experiment on the lips and I’m sad to report its a no can do! Its way to dry and feels weird even with lip balm over top of it. It’s very nice overall even the packaging is sturdy including a mirror in the compact. They have a similar finish to the YSL creme de blush which to me you can’t get better than that! Even the outer packaging is to die for although you really can’t do much with a box (you know you hoard make-up packaging!). So how do you feel about nail polish brands releasing their own makeup lines? I’d love an Essie lipstick!

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7 thoughts on “Butter London Cheeky Creamy Blush In Abbey Rose

  1. Wow, butter London and blush 🙂 Looks great, but in my country we don’t have butter London.
    I am interested to ask, bacause I am considering buying the new Chanel cream blush and I have one from YSL. What is the difference between them ?

    • The Chanel blushes are a lot more pigmented then the YSL ones but are similar in texture. They both can be sheered out to a light flush. I think the YSL ones last a bit longer than the Chanel ones too but the Chanel cream blushes are brilliant!

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