I am not someone who is particularly passionate about using natural or organic makeup — I am, however, passionate about not breaking out, and for me, keeping things natural often means keeping things pimply. So when I tried Juice Beauty's cream blush for the first time, I wasn't expecting anything particularly promising from Goop's partner in beauty. I test drove it this weekend while melting outside in the hot sun and getting sweaty at a humid bar. It held on nicely in both circumstances, resisting the urge to melt down my face or just mysteriously disappear. I'm not a regular cream blush user, either, but nothing is less appetizing than suffocating powder makeup in 90 degree weather.
Made from ingredients derived from fruit, roses and carrots (?) and free of artificial dyes or synthetic fragrances, the creamy product glides on easily and looks natural. Plus, the few freckles I've cultivated still peek through. I'm digging the coral tones of "Orange Blossom," but there are a ton of options in the pink and red families that can double of as a lip tint in a pinch. What's not to like?
Juice Beauty Phyto-Pigments Last Looks Cream Blush, $24, available at Juice Beauty.
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