Friday, November 22, 2013

How to Bring Out Angelic Cheeks: IT Cosmetics Airbrush Blush Stain (Sweet Cheeks) Can Make It Happen! (Review)

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IT Cosmetics Airbrush Blush Stain (Sweet Cheeks)


The holiday season is when angelic-looking cheeks are especially important. After all, you need to shine and be ready when finding yourself under the mistletoe with that special someone that suddenly can't take his eyes off you.  Thanks to IT Cosmetics and the latest product that I was sent to review I know exactly the right blush that can help you achieve that goal--their Airbrush Blush Stain (Sweet Cheeks), of course!

This loose, fine-textured powder cheek blush has a silky consistency that does such wonders for a face with anti-aging ingredients that can seem to mar imperfections while brightening the skin at the same time.  You got to hand it to IT Cosmetics innovative technology that pools  hydro-collagen, antioxidants, and silk into this formula to make this powder glow as beautifully as it does while also treating the skin.  The formula is hypo-allergenic as well and has no talc, parabens, oils, fragrance, or likely irritants to give you any grief.

As to the precious color itself, I would describe Sweet Cheeks as pure innocence.  Done in the softest peachy-pink, the warm color reminds me that of a newborn's or a cherub's cheek to give you an indication.  All I needed were a couple sweeps of my brush before I glowed; but dust lightly because this is a very pigmented powder.  You need to use this blush sparingly.

Furthermore, this remarkable beauty lasts without fading.  I put this blush on in the morning and it was still going strong hours later. 

Take it from this IT girl, but the Airbrush Blush Stain is definitely another winner from IT Cosmetics.  It retails for $24.  I highly recommend trying it because it will make YOU the toast of the season!

Buy this product at IT Cosmetics, QVC.com, Beauty.com, Ulta Beauty, and the Shopping Channel! 

*Disclaimer:  Free products were provided to facilitate this review--not my opinion.*

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