At the moment I've become obsessed with blushers but I am trying not to spend much money! Well you can imagine how happy I was when I spotted this little lovely in Boots. Its called a Shimmer Shade and its in Blushalious, you can also get Way-to-Glow, these retail at £3.99.
What Collection 2000 say,
'Release the shimmer queen in you, and create a soft glow that lasts all summer long with the new Collection 2000 Shimmer Shades (£3.99). These delightful, little compacts will give you a sun kissed, radiant glow normally associated with spending time under the exotic sun.With two palettes to choose from, prepare to dazzle as the four merged blocks combine shimmer with shade for a multi-tonal and natural blend of colour.
The Collection 2000 Shimmer Shades' skin-brightening formula will help enhance your natural skin colour ready for long, romantic summer evenings, by illuminating the apples of your cheeks and giving a light sparkle. Choose from either a bronze base in Way to Glow or a blush flush in Blushalicious.'
Above are the swatches of each of them on their own my favourites are 2 and 3 and below is a swatch of them mixed together. I like the way that you have two that have more shimmer (1 + 3) and two with less (2 + 4).
I love how it gives me a nice glow, after trying this one out I really want to pick up Way-to-Glow. For £3.99 this is a lovely product and another great item from Collection 2000. At the moment Collection 2000 seem on a roll with their new products and especially at the time when people are trying to cut back its great to be able to find these highstreet bargains!
Below are some FOTDs featuring Blushalious all over and no.2 from the block on my checks, I have also used no 3 over eyes.
- Witch Primer
- Lush Jackie Oats & No7 Lift + Luminate in Alabaster
- Collection 2000 Lasting Perfection Concealer in Fair
- Lily Lolo Blush Away
- Collection 2000 Blushalious - Blended all over, no 2 on checks and no 3 swiped over eyes.
- Benefit Posietint on Lips
- Jemma Kidd lipgloss on lips - Magazine Freebie
Has anyone else tried these out? Is Way-To-Glow good?