More love for Diego Dalla Palma today, this time a pretty blusher that is launching in March into Marks and Spencer Your Beauty and online. I usually always go for pink blushes, so this has been a great change from the norm, at this little beauty combines four different shades and gives a peachy complexion.
First off, awesome packaging again. Matte black with the cool logo on the front. Nice chunky, square compact which isn’t too heavy but feels luxurious, which is what you want when you spend £20 on a blusher. What do you think?
Huge, clear mirror inside too. Not the most exciting to most, but I love the plastic cover with the logo on too, it’s a nice touch. This compact looks so beautiful doesn’t it? Great to keep in your bag as a make touch up mirror, even if you’re not using the blush. Clasp is nice and secure but easy to open too.
Inside, you have four warm and summery colours combined: rose pink, coral, candy orange and a pale orange. The blush colour is put together of four shaped triangles, which look utterly beautiful, but not so beautiful that you feel bad using them!
Concentrate your blush on just a certain area or swirl together for a peachy, warm blush which reminds me of a combination of Benefit’s Dandelion and Georgia powders. I’ve been wearing this lots lately, it adds warmth to my complexion and is a nice change from pink blush, which I never thought I would steer away from. I love pink blush.
Really pleased with how this orange toned blush works on my pale skin, but also think it would look excellent on any other skin tone too. The formula is lightweight, easy to apply and super long lasting. Well worth the £20 price tag, it’s a great treat that you would get lots of wear from. If you want to check out the whole range, keep and eye on Marks and Spencer’s website.
Have you tried anything from Diego Dalla Palma?
What’s your favourite shade of blusher?
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