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Revlon Oh Baby! Pink Powder Blush Review and Swatch

Revlon Oh Baby! Pink Powder Blush

Oh Baby! Pink is part of the blush collection Revlon released late 2013. It is a sheer light neutral pink with a matte finish. Revlon Powder Blushes cost around $10 and contain 5g / 0.17 oz. of product. They are available more widely now at drugstores, Ulta, and Target.

The Good:

  1. It has decent color payoff but because it’s such a pale color only the fairest of complexions are going to be able to wear this one. Here’s what one swipe across the powder looks like:
  2. Revlon Oh Baby! Pink Powder Blush Pigmentation

  3. The texture is pretty nice. It is soft, smooth, not too powdery. Sweeping the brush over the product doesn’t kick up very much powder – just a tiny bit and nothing too bothersome. It blends out easily and sits nicely on the skin without making cheeks look powdery or sticking to peach fuzz.
  4. It has a matte finish but doesn’t make the skin look dry or powdery, or emphasize large pores.
  5. I wore it for 8 hours and experienced no fading.

The Not So Good:

  1. A shade like this that is very light and also sheer is only going to suit a very narrow group of people. I have fair skin and I have to build this shade up to get it to show up. What I have on in the picture is about 3 layers and you can see that it is still a barely-there kind of look.
  2. This shade is packed a little more tightly in the pan than Naughty Nude, Melon Drama, and Racy Rose (the four shimmer/sheen shades).
  3. I feel like it is pricey for what it is – though I am seeing A LOT of drugstore makeup going up in price.

Worth Buying?

Only if you are very fair and/or prefer your blush look to be barely-there. Otherwise, for most people this shade isn’t going to show up.

Revlon Oh Baby! Pink Powder Blush Swatch

Wearing Revlon Oh Baby! Pink Powder Blush

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