The weather is getting colder as we officially enter winters (though it hardly feels so in Mumbai) but if you’re still craving for a warm summery coral-orange blush, read on further. Today I’m reviewing Deborah Milano powder blush in Paprika!
Price : Rs 625
Available online .
My take on the Product
Deborah hi-tech powder blushes come in a simple plastic packaging with a black base and transparent cover. The underside of the packaging contains a brush which is a bit scratchy but can be handy for touch ups. I’m not a fan of the packaging, it feel it could have been a little nicer, it reminds me of NYX packaging.
The blush looks like baked blush in appearance, it got a powdery soft texture and there can be some fall out during application if you don’t use a soft brush. It is nicely pigmented so you don’t need to pack it on for it to show. It blends very easily, with barely any effort and stays on for 6+ hours easily. If you use with a slight heavy hand, it lasts over 8 hours. Formula-wise, I find it really nice and easy to use! Except for the fall out part, its excellent!
The shade Paprika is a dusty coral-orange shade with a very soft sheen which is barely discernible. The shade has just a little bit of pink in it though you can see barely see it in the swatch or on the cheeks in the pictures. But in person, it doesn’t look as starkly warm as it does here. I think its a lovely shade for Indian skin, especially duskier skin. Even on lighter skin, it will not look too brown or muddy but will give a nice warm flush of color!
The GOOD about Deborah Milano Powder blush no. 58 Paprika :
- Comes with a brush
- Soft, smooth texture
- Good pigmentation
- Blends easily
- Good staying power
- Shade will suit light as well as dusky skin tones
- Soft sheen – doesn’t highlight imperfections
The NOT-SO-GOOD about Deborah Milano Powder blush no. 58 Paprika :
- Has some fall out in the pan (powdery texture)
- Packaging could be nicer
Deborah Milano Powder blush no. 58 Paprika is a dusty coral–orange blush with a soft texture, good pigmentation and good staying power. I find the formula quite easy and effortless to use, it blends easily and stays well. The shade would work across skin tones without washing out duskier beauties or looking muddy on paler skin. I just wish the packaging was nicer, its not as cheap as the packaging makes it look!
Rating : 4.5/5
[note color=”#FFE4C4″] Have you tried Deborah Milano Powder blushes? Which is your favorite warm blush? Share your comments below! [/note]
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