MAKEUP: BLUSH, ARGAN OIL, CC EYE CREAM, BB CREAM, CC COMPACT + BRONZER | TOP: OFF-SHOULDER FRINGE TOP | SHORTS: HIGH-WAISTED GAUCHO SHORTS | SHOES: CREAM TOGGLE SANDALS + PINK ESPADRILLES | HAT: PANAMA HAT | BAG: CHANEL (SIMILAR PINK CROSS-BODY BAG)
Lately I’ve been looking for some new makeup to help give me a healthy, glowing complexion. I knew I didn’t want anything too heavy
because, well, sweat (thanks Arizona). Plus, I prefer an ultra lightweight formula for a more natural look and feel… so I thought I would give Physicians Formula Argan Wear Ultra-Nourishing Argan Oil Blush a try.
I’m always skeptical when products come out claiming to
deliver youthful radiance, but this time I was actually impressed. I decided to
try it out while I was on vacation in Palm Springs because I was looking to brighten my dull-looking skin and evoke that lit-from-within dewy glow… you know, the J-Lo effect. And what do you know; the
blush was lightweight, creamy, and the gold pigments reflected the light for nice radiant glow. Because of the soft texture I think it blended really well with my foundation, which obviously gave it major points. Another major brownie point is that this blush is made with 100% argan oil, which is known for its rich
conditioning effects that improve skin’s tone, texture, and elasticity. Sounds pretty great, right? I don’t know if you guys have ever used argan oil before but I particularly love it because it’s rich in Vitamin E, which helps hydrate your skin.
You can definitely tell I ended up liking this product. It’s
cute gold case fit in perfectly with the rest of my vacation essentials. And
remember my obsession with pink peonies? Yup, it matches. All in all? I’ll
definitely continue using this great product.
What do you guys think – willing to give it a go?
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