e.l.f. mineral blush: peach and pink

Here we have two more e.l.f. products for your reading pleasure! I don’t often use loose powder blushers as I find them quite fiddly to apply and get a decent finish – It’s all too easy to apply too much!
e.l.f. mineral blush l-r peach & pink

Of these two shades one definitely stood out to me and that’s the ‘Pink’ one. A pale, almost Barbie-like pink with a subtle silvery shimmer but NOT glitter-packed. Unlike the so called peach shade that to me is more of a bronzer and has a few too many chunks of glitter for my liking.

e.l.f. mineral blush: L-R peach & pink

I can see the ‘peach’ shade being very easy to go over board on, especially on my pale skin – but on darker skin tones I reckon it would look lovely. The pink shade is much more me – I need to compare this to MAC’s Well Dressed as I think they could be fairly similar.

e.l.f. mineral blushers cost £3.50 so yet again hit the mark when it comes to amazing value. There are 7 colour versions of the mineral blush and Peach and Pink are the only two that are described as shimmer so I wouldn’t expect any of the other blushers to contain the same glitter as these.

PR samples.



  1. February 23, 2011 / 8:17 am

    The pink colour is gorgeous, would defo want to try but I too am not keen on ‘loose’ blush, far to easy to go over board or make a mess xx


  2. February 23, 2011 / 10:37 am

    I’ve got ELF’s mineral loose powder & it’s very good for the price! x

  3. February 23, 2011 / 10:55 am

    I’ve done a bit of a comparison and think the pink blush is similar to MAC well dressed – will do a post…!x

  4. March 3, 2011 / 6:57 pm

    I can’t find a mineral blush called ‘peach’ so I guess you mean ‘Peachy’ on elf website?

  5. January 12, 2012 / 8:52 am

    Love the look of the pink blush. Absoloutly gorgeous colour xoxo

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