PINK SUGAR HD CHEEK COLOR IN MOROCCO

Disclaimer: Unbiased review for your reference. I have smooth skin but I’m not spared from pores on my cheeks, redness around my nose and appearance of veins. Also, I have combination skin; I get oily on my t-zone area. For the lipstick I love wearing semi to matte formulation and with that, I have high tolerance with matte lipstick. Also, I always exfoliate my lips. Better check your skin types and preferences DO NOT put the blame if certain product doesn’t work the same.

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Price: P299.00

Net Wt: 6g

This is the newest shade that came out last October 2016 if I’m not mistaken; their old packaging has the same size like their dual finish face powder which comes with a separate compartment for a brush applicator ( a bit bulky) yet this is a small (cute) version.

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Small size, same label with mirror but no applicator.

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Morocco is a cool toned great for contouring as well. The pigmentation is just mediocre, I have to add 3-4 layers using the blush brush to see the visible hue on my cheeks. Even though I’m morena other blushes with the same color has great opacity.

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On the photo: with 5 layers on my hand to get the real color

I prefer to use it to hide some features on my face rather than on my cheeks, because it looks softer and not overwhelming.

As for the longevity, this doesn’t meet my expectation. It is good for less than 4 hours and may vary depending on your current situation. If you’re sweating, expect that it fades easily and may have minimal transfer, same thing if you have oily skin.

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One thought on “PINK SUGAR HD CHEEK COLOR IN MOROCCO

  1. It’s not as pigmented as other blushes. You’re right, it can be used to soften the features of your face rather than use it as a blush..

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