This seriously bright and fun cheek color is perfect for a bold flush on cheeks. And, of course, Wet n Wild is a super-affordable brand so you can try a couple shades.
Coloricon blush comes in 5 different shades: Fantastic Plastic Pink (bright blue-toned pink with nearly undetectable intsy silver sparkles), Pearlescent Pink (medium peach-y pink), Rose Champagne (pale bronze), Apri-Cot in the Middle (fairly light brown-toned peach), and Mellow Wine (warm burgundy-ish rose).
These blushes come in a pretty small plastic compact case (net wt 0.20oz/5.85g) that would easily fit in the palm of your hand. The lid of this compact flips open and snaps shut. And, the blush comes with a very tiny brush, that I don’t think is really adequate to apply the blush, alas, but it fits in the compact.
Named after the Barbie song lyric, ‘fantastic plastic’ pink #329B is so lovely and pigmented. In my search of a truly bright pink, this totally! fit the bill. Benefits of this powder blush are that it is: lightweight, long lasting, transparent, has a satin texture, buildable color, cruelty-free and the perfect size to easily stow in your purse or gym bag. Plus, you can always afford to buy a few to stash in different locations in case (heaven forbid) you forget to put on your blush one day.
(btw—I hope you like the little cruelty-free bunny I drew for this post, which may show up again.)
Prices for WW’s coloricon blush currently range from $1.79 USD at Target or Walgreens to $2.93 at Walmart, or $3.19 at CVS. See what I mean about it being affordable?!
These blushes are dermatologist tested too!
Is this shade too bright for your skin tone or daily makeup routine? Let me know if you think you could pull it off. 🙂