Korres Zea Mays Blush in 16 Pink review:
The other day I showed you Korres Zea Mays Blush in 15 Natural, and if 15 Natural is Jennifer Lopez, then 16 Pink is Taylor Swift. The bronzed, chiseled goddess’s cuter, younger er… sister who fawns about in flowy white dresses.
Am I getting carried away? You’ll have to forgive me – yesterday was my 3 year anniversary and I’m feeling verbose.
At any rate, I have pictures, a review and a comparative swatch of Korres Pinkfor you after the jumpy jump.
Korres Zea Mays 16 Pink is a neutral if slightly cool pink. Like Korres Natural that I reviewed yesterday, it’s got a gorgeous texture and is really easy to build up if you need to.
It works well on pale cool-toned skin, as well as my lightly warm skin. If you hold it in the right light it has a warm glow but my favourite thing about this blush is that the colour holds as true in the morning as it does in the afternoon.
Pink blushes have a tendency to oxidise sometimes, but Korres 16 Pink doesn’t at all. It’s unbelievably work-perfect, without being a muddy compromise. I love love love it.
Korres Zea Mays Blush in 16 Pink swatches for you:
As you can see, Korres 16 Pink is a neutral pink shade, which isn’t particularly bright in comparison to the other two barbie pink shades I swatched it near, but for me that’s the beauty of this blush. It’s the perfect pink and as I said yesterday – Korres Zea Mays blushes are up there with the best I own.
By the way, if you’re still not convinced you should see the comments onMakeupAlley
Australia: $49.95 from Kit Cosmetics
UK: £17.50 from Bath and Unwind
USA: $24 from KorresUSA