Monday, 10 March 2014

Clinique Cheek Pops in Ginger Pop, Peach Pop and Berry Pop

How cute are these new Clinique Cheek Pops?  Served up in minimalistic clear plastic packaging, the gerbera daisy embossing is really striking, and very, very appropriate for spring.

The selling point of these blushes is the finish - Clinique promise a "virtually powderless" finish with buildable colour.  All wrapped up, of course, in something that looks really pretty on your dressing table.

Ginger Pop, Peach Pop, Berry Pop
I was expecting to be drawn to Berry Pop, as I always gravitate towards richer, deeper shades for blush at this time of the year, but I've actually been using Ginger Pop pretty much non stop - it's warming yet still neutral, and it's almost sculpting thanks to its brownish base.

Ginger Pop
And indeed, the finish is very natural - no powderiness and a slight sheen that looks like natural skin.  The colour is easily buildable - I'm wearing two light applications above - and you can easily build from a soft flush to a brighter pop of colour.

At £16.50, Cheek Pops aren't cheap, but in my mind they're totally worth it - pretty to look at, and pretty on the skin.  Find them now at the Clinique website.

Disclosure: PR sample

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  1. These are the stand out launch this Spring, they look gorgeous in the pan & I like that the colour is build-able, I have a tendency to be a little heavy handed when it comes to blush. Less is more

  2. Ginger pop is so pretty!!! It looks great on you too. I will check on this.


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