Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Korres Orange Blush

Korres #44 Orange Blush ($24.00 for 0.21 oz.) is a beautiful shade of rich coral-orange with a soft golden shimmer-sheen.  This is one wickedly pigmented blush, and it’s perfect for a pop of color on the cheeks during the summer.  It’s truly a stunning shade — I see this working better on warmer skin tones, particularly on deeper and tanner skin tones.  The powder is smooth, silky, and it wears well (no issues with surprise! no more blush mid-day).  I love the luminosity this shade of blush lends to cheeks–it’s glowy and healthy and lovely.  I can’t think of a single thing I don’t like about this blush, to be honest!  Korres even gives you plenty o’ product for your buck, too — around 0.05 oz. or so more than your average blusher.

Psst, you can see it in a look here!

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  • Product: 30/30
  • Value: 9/10
  • Ease of Use: 4/5
  • Packaging: 4/5

Recommendation:  If you love coral or orange blushes, I definitely consider this a must-have!

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Korres Orange Blush

Korres Orange Blush

Korres Orange Blush

Korres Orange Blush
#15 Natural (Left), #44 Orange Blush (right)

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26 thoughts on “Korres #44 Orange Blush Review, Photos, Swatches

  1. Myna

    OMG. I love this blush. I have the one from NARS (Taj Mahal) and I am in love with it.

  2. Christine shen

    I love orang blush too, where can you get it? Sephora’s web site doesn’t have it?

  3. K7P*

    Ahhh I’m wearing this right now… I love it! I literally just have to tap my brush into this blush and it’s more than enough… for both cheeks.

  4. I really like natural and nars taj mahal is also very pretty. I have yet to purchase anything for korres. They seem to have great products.

  5. Marian

    That’s gorgeous!

  6. Davina

    Sephora had this blush a few weeks ago for $10.

  7. sf

    How does this swatch next to marine life?

  8. Grace

    I LOVE orange blush!!! How does this compare to NARS Taj Mahal?

  9. Hay Mich

    That looks nice! Korres has really nice products although some of them are pricey.

  10. Lenora

    I love this blush! (NW45-55) I also got it for $10 at Sephora

  11. Lisa

    Do you know how this would compare to Cargo’s Rome blush? If you’ve seen it…

  12. amanda

    korres has been my favorite skin care brand for a while, and is now becoming one of my favorite makeup brands as well. i love that a natural product can be so beautifull. thanks for this review. i have alot of their makeup and skincare, but i have yet to try the blush. this colour looks so pretty. will be checking out next time in sephora

  13. Bobbie

    How does this compare to nars taj mahal in your opinion Christine?

  14. Kelli

    That is a gorgeous blush!!

  15. I’ve been wanting to give their blushes a try since I’ve had good experiences with all of their other cosmetics I’ve used, but all the shades I liked were sold out when Sephora had them on sale. Hopefully they go on sale again soon :(

  16. Luisafer

    seems very nice, and good review, got my attention

  17. mmhmm

    sooooooo jealous of you medium-skinned people who can wear orange and not look scary!

  18. Cheyenne

    I really like the natural, but like you said the orange blush if for darker/medium skin tones. :) What would you recommend to someone lighter? These blushes truly are beautiful.

  19. Chelsea Forma

    This colour is absolutely gorgeous!I don’t actually have it though I do have L’Oreal’s “Innocent Flush”. It might be similar though.