A Fabulous Deep Throat Dupe

A Fabulous Deep Throat Dupe

I’m no psychic but I predict this week I’ll be getting record traffic numbers thanks to the title of this post, lol!

Although the boys may be left a little disappointed with what they find on here, I hope your not, as this happens to be one exciting find.
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These days I rarely walk out of a drugstore with anything more than cotton pads and babywipes, but last week while swiftly scanning the shelves in Superdrug this blush caught my eye.

From afar, first impressions were good; Looks wise it had a Givenchy Prisme thing going on mixed with a hint of a Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick.

An interesting combination that had me intrigued instantly so I swatched the pink version,Blushalicious and almost squealed with delight at what I saw (sad aren’t I).
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I lay my superficiality aside a little at the till and you can see why above, the packaging just ain’t that pretty but who cares when the product is beautiful right? And costs less than a fiver!
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Blushalicious is made up of four gorgeous complimentary colours, a bright peachy pink, a mid tonemauve, a soft pink with a hint of lilac pink and a true peach.

This is my dream blush palette, I just love it.
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L-R – Top two shades followed by bottom two shades.


So we’ve established I like the shades but what about the colour payoff?

Surprisingly it’s really, really good. As good as any high end blush and the formula is just as soft too, a real winner!

Now, the name Shimmer Shades would suggest a slightly glittery product but luckily this isn’t the case, the powder does have a slight pearlescent finish but no chunky sparkles!
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So you must be thinking why the comparison to Nars Deep Throat, one of my favourite ever blushesbtw?

Well, the first time I applied this I loved it but I couldn’t put my finger on what it reminded me of until I got my Deep Throat out the other day.
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Blushalicious and Nars Deep Throat.


When all the colours are swirled together it makes the above colour, a true pinky peach which as you can see is almost identical to the colour of Deep Throat.

If the Nars blusher at a whopping £21 is a little out of reach at the moment then Blushalicious is a great dupe for less than a quarter of the price!
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The other great thing about this blusher is the fact that Collection 2000 has been practical in their design, unlike other brands, *cough Chanel, *cough Guerlain, that tend to make powders with several colours impossible to use each shade alone.

The four shades are designed to be used easily with a normal blush sized brush alone, in pairs or mixed in whatever colour combination you like, big thumbs up from me!!

Personally I love the bottom two shades mixed together the best.

The funny thing about this product is that I guarantee if a high-end cosmetics company had bought this out I’d have paid serious cash for it but this cost just over £4 making it a seriously good buy!

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