BUXOM Wanderlust Primer-Infused Blushes Swatches

Buxom Wanderlust Primer-Infused Blush  
Buxom Wanderlust Primer-Infused Blush  

BUXOM Wanderlust Primer-Infused BlushBUXOM Wanderlust Primer-Infused Blush ($22.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a new, “primer-infused” powder blush that is supposed to have “12-hour wear.” There are six shades available, which are swatched in this post, and by and large, they had a tendency to go on a bit deeper/richer than they appeared in the pan initially.

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Primer, schmimer – these look beautiful. Goa reminds me of MAC’s LE Her Blooming Cheek. I like Havana, Dolly and Ibiza too (oh, what I wouldn’t give to be in Ibiza just now!)

Pretty, but the look as though they run really warm and are darker than I expected. My oily-skinned self was interested, but these look like the colors my blushes turn if I don’t have primer, etc. creating a barrier under them.

Count me in as interested! I see 2 that I can see myself loving on my BB cream days were a primer in my blush might just increase the amount of time my cheeks retain color. Dolly and Seychelles. And for something less casual, Ibiza!

I wonder how these would do in high humidity situations? I’m going to Vietnam for a couple months and not sure my typical powder blushes will cut it.

Oh wow, they look way better swatched than in the pan! I saw your initial pics and was like “eh” but the swatches made me reconsider big time. I just ordered the new Jouer LE six colour blush palette (can’t remember what it’s called, something French and flowery) so I can hold off on these for now but I’m definitely going to keep these in mind!

I love all of these. I rarely wear blush if I am not wearing a full face of makeup so not sure that I need a primer in my blush but the colours are lovely.

These look really good, since there was a dearth of blushes last year. I just hope the peachy shade doesn’t have orange undertones…
Thank you for all the swatches Christine.

I have Dolly and Havana. I love them. They go on really smoothly, I assume because of the primer. Long wearing on my really oily skin. Agreeing the Christine they do go on darker than the pan would appear. I don’t mind though I just sheer them out.

I’m definitely interested in Dolly and Mykonos… but, maybe it is just me, does Mykonos have a bunch of glitter in it? If these are glittery I’ll pass, but maybe it is just the angle it was taken at because I didn’t notice the pan looking glittery at all.

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