OFRA Pressed Blush Review – Winter Rose + Swatches
OFRA Pressed Blush Review – Winter Rose this has to be my new favorite blush! It gives me such a healthy glow. I’m using it as both a blush and bronzer. Please read my OFRA Pressed Blush Review – Winter Rose review! + Photos
OFRA Pressed Blush Review – Winter Rose review – First Impressions
Thanks for taking time to read my OFRA Pressed Blush Review! I have never heard of this company until my 2014 July wantable box arrived.
Have you heard of OFRA? I did some research, the company’s website http://ofracosmetics.com/ very impressive! They have it all! Skin care, makeup, the whole enchilada. (I’m hungry) I opened the OFRA Pressed Blush in Winter Rose and some powder sneezed out of the case. Haha. The pressed OFRA blush is unlike any blush texture and consistency I’ve seen before. The powder is very finely milled into a smooth powdery finish. It reminds me what a loose mineral powder would be like if it was finely pressed. The pigment is very strong and there’s some tiny particles of silver glitter and shimmer. It feels like a very high quality blush. This is my first experience with brand OFRA Cosmetics. Do you recommend any other OFRA products? Please leave me a comment below.
OFRA Pressed Blush Review – Winter Rose review – Packaging
The packaging is beautiful and look sleek. Black matte finish with gorgeous silver lettering on the clear lid. When you open the case all the way, the blush compartment lifts up and there’s a mirror underneath the blush. Because the quality is so high, I’m surprised there’s not an applicator brush hidden as well. (not that I would use it) I think that would really give it a touch of luxury 😉
OFRA Pressed Blush Review – Winter Rose review – The Application
I used my e.l.f. blush brush to apply this blush to my cheeks, and I also contoured with it! For contouring, I just did a heavier application. The blush blends beautifully, giving me a radiant and healthy looking glow. This blush is easily able to be picked up and carried from brush to skin effortlessly. I can’t complain how the OFRA Pressed Blush performed! The packaging claims it can be applied wet or dry. I’ll stick to dry because it’s heavily pigmented!
OFRA Pressed Blush Review – Winter Rose review – Price
These babies cost $15 each. I don’t think this is a bad price after considering the quality. I’m glad this was included it in my 2014 July wantable makeup subscription box. That was a big money saver right there!
OFRA Pressed Blush Review – Winter Rose review – Available Swatches
OFRA has some unique swatches of blush. My favorite here listed below are: Winter Rose and B-29. All these are screenshots on the OFRA Pressed Blush website
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