Review – L’Oreal Lucent Magique Cushion Glow Blush

Howdy! i’m back with another review of L’Oreal Lucent Magique Cushion Glow Blush. So, not long ago i hauled this from singapore (i posted my haul here) along with the cushion foundation, but this post solely dedicated to the blush only. I will review the cushion foundation in separate post. By the way, i also did a first impression video on youtube, feel free to check it out here.

Tbh, this cushion glow blush is not a fresh new product, it launched a few months ago in Japan, and now already spreads to Singapore and Malaysia (sadly not Indonesia).  And what made this so special? Many cosmetic brands also come up with their cushion blush, but what makes me drawn to this, is because the rave about its pigmentation. And when i got it myself, i think that the rave is true.

I got 2 shades of the blush, P2 pink fantasia and C1 sunkissed coral. It has pretty cool packaging but simple at the same time, also the pigmentation is really remarkable. It’s so dang pigmented on the pan and also on my hand! The texture is wet, watery and almost no smell at all. It’s easy to blend, but just be careful don’t apply it too much on the first dab, you can always add more later.



so dang pigmented! 


what you see is what you get




blended using fingers

i love how it turns when already blended. It looks so vibrant and fresh, the pink fantasia is more on cooler tone and the sunkissed coral is more warm tone. Sunkissed coral is more sheer and have more ‘mercy’when you make a mistake and put it a bit much. Pink fantasia have more deep pigmentation. It also long wearing, about 6 to 7 hours for me so far. I really like both of the colour and overall i love the glow blush!

Name : L’Oreal Lucent Magique Cushion Glow Blush

Origin : L’Oreal itself is from paris, but i heard that this cushion only for asia region (cmiiw)

Price : around s$20

Pros : nice formula and texture, best pigmentation, easy to blend

Cons : a little bit hard to control the amount to dab to your face because its heavily pigmented. A little mistake can ruin your whole look, lack of colour choices

Ratings : 4.5/5



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