MUA Pink Blossom Pixel Perfect Multi Blush

MUA Pink Blossom Pixel Perfect Multi Blush

I haven’t tried very much from MUA in the last year or so as I’ve been a die hard Makeup Revolution fan, but due to recent issues I’ve had with the brand, I decided to try some of the newer MUA releases and I placed an order on their website and got 20% off by signing up to their newsletter. The order arrived quickly and everything was packaged well and I had absolutely no issues at all. I usually purchased my MUA products via Superdrug but over the last month or so, I’ve noticed that Superdrug haven’t been updating their site with the new releases as often as they used to which I guess is down to the Christmas chaos but I decided to order from MUA directly and take advantage of their promo code. One of the products I purchased was the MUA Pink Blossom Pixel Perfect Multi Blush which really appealed to me as it looked like a pale skin friendly blush shade and it was only £3 for 11 grams of product.

MUA Pink Blossom Pixel Perfect Multi Blush

The MUA Pink Blossom Pixel Perfect Multi Blush has a powder formula with small circular pastel pink, peach, lilac and darker pink sections. I used to love the MUA Mosaic Blusher in the shade English Rose, and when I received this blush within my order, I realised that this is pretty much the exact same product except the design of the multicoloured sections is different as the Mosaic Blusher had an hexagonal design but the shades are exactly the same but the Pixel Perfect Blush has 11g of product whereas the Mosaic Blush had 8g of product and you can no longer purchase the Mosaic Blushes so this must be the newer version of their original Mosaic Blushes.

MUA Pink Blossom Pixel Perfect Multi Blush

The reason I liked the English Rose Mosaic Blush so much was that it was incredibly easy to wear, and was very subtle on my skintone. The MUA Pink Blossom Pixel Perfect Multi Blush shade is exactly the same with a very subtle pale pink shade which wouldn’t show up on anyone’s skintone which is even slightly darker than mine, as it’s one of the palest blush shades I’ve tried. I love shades like this for when I don’t want a strong blush as I’ve gone for more intense eye makeup or a stronger lip colour, and it is really pretty but I do wish there were more darker pink sections within the pan as it’s so pale but you can concentrate your brush over the darker sections should you wish to.

I really want to try the Coral Spice shade as it contains a mixture of pale pink, coral, dark pink and brown sections which looks so unique to any other blush I’ve seen before but I’m a little worried that the dark brown sections would be a little overpowering so I think I’ll wait until I can swatch it instore. I think £3 for this blush is a reasonable price especially for 11 grams of product, but this particular shade will only work for those with super, super pale skin like mine as it’s such a subtle shade but I really like it as it’s rare to find such very pale blush shades.

Have you tried the MUA Pixel Perfect Blushes before?

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