Wine Not is one of the shades from the new Revlon Cheek Boutique collection. Revlon has reformulated their Powder Blush and it’s lovely. I got this a Revlon event back in December 2013. Here’s a close up of the product along with a swatch on the cheeks.
Revlon Powder Blush Wine Not
Wine Not is a deep berry shade, it actually appears matte in the pan but it does have a very slight sheen. These blushes are not ultra pigmented but they are build-able and difficult to mess up. What I mean by mess up is; you know once you’ve put on too much blush and it becomes a struggle to fade it out. Don’t fret with these, they are easy to use and blend nicely.
The packaging lends itself to finger prints, but is is sleek and compact. My only complaint is how they included a tiny brush rather than filling the square with product. I’m in total agreement with Hollie from Eating Lipstick, they could have spread the 5 g product in the square. The brush, though cheap, is actually soft enough to be used to apply a highlighting product when on the go.
Revlon Powder Blush Wine Not – cheek swatch
Here’s a subtle swatch on the cheeks, I think it’s rather nice.
Have you tried these new blushes, if so, which Revlon Powder Blush shades?
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