This review of Urban Decay Afterglow Glide-On Cheek Tint In Crush comes from Callie Oliver, thanks Callie for the post!
Cream blushes can be a hassle. Some are too pigmented, and you can make a huge mess if you don’t know how to apply them properly. Some are sticky. They accentuate your pores or facial flaws. The Urban Decay Afterglow in Crush is completely different in texture and application.
The Afterglow texture is silky and smooth. It feels weightless going on, and it feels like a second skin after application. Compared to overly creamy blushes, this one is a bit drier.
This product is an extremely pigmented blush. Application should be gentle and light. You can easily apply too much. A small amount of product will go a long way. Crush is bright and punchy, but it doesn’t look gaudy or artificial.
Application is a little more complicated. This product dries quickly. I take a few swirls on the tips of my fingers first. I apply it just below my cheekbones in a swiping motion. Having warm and slightly damp fingers will help you blend it better. If I apply too much, I use my foundation brush to blend it out a little. A patting motion can also help you apply it evenly.
This blush is formulated with Vitamins A, C and E. It doesn’t use beeswax, and the ingredients are safe and effective.
The Urban Decay Afterglow is easy to apply, natural looking and pigmented. It’s a product that will last you a long time. Be sure to use it before it dries up. Keeping it for too long will result in a dry and cracked product. You can use as little or as much as you want. The product can be built up to look bolder. It’s an excellent cream blush that beats the competitor products on the market in every area.