Today we are going Between The Sheets, not the fun naughty kind but instead we are talking about my all time favorite blush from Colour Pop. I can't tell you how many products I have from Colour Pop but yet I don't review them. If your big on Social Media you've already heard about Colour Pop, they sell super affordable makeup online. One of the most amazing things about this brand is how affordable their products are. Eyeshadow, lipsticks and lip liners for five dollars each. Now available on the Colour Pop website are the blushes and highlighters for eight dollars each.
Colour Pop released twenty Super Shock Cheek blushes in February the shades ranged from peach to fuchsia. Since then Color Pop has expanded their collection. I love Colour Pop shadows so much that the day these released I rushed to place an order for them. At the time I picked up Pre-nup, Birthday Suite and Between The Sheets, all three are gorgeous but something about Between The Sheets had me hooked! So much so that in not even 3 months I have hit pan on this blush!
Colour Pop Super Shock Shadows & Super Shock Cheek products have a almost sponge like texture, that almost bounces back when you touch it. If you press your finger into the product they feel rather squishy I am always amazed by this. I would say these remind me of clay, you know like when you were a child that consistency you use to mold into what you like. Colour Pop Super Shock Cheek products are cream to powder but they never read powdery on the skin.
One of Colour Pop's biggest charms to me is in the way pack a punch in at an affordable price in beautiful simple packaging. The blushes come in 0.15 oz white jars, that have a clear window on top so you can see the color of the product inside. Packaging like this is perfect for storage. Colour Pop does tell you on the jar to make sure to keep the jars tightly sealed so you don't dry out the product.
Colour Pop recommends you apply these blushes with your fingers for the best coverage. You can also apply these blushed with a synthetic brush, I usually use my E.L.F. small stippling brush or my Real Techniques stippling brush. I don't like applying these with my fingers because I can't seem to get them to blend out as seamlessly as they do with a brush.
To me this blush seems to be cooler, but i think anyone with any skin tone can wear this blush. Its such a beautiful neutral shade that can be worn any time with any eye look.