Based on 5 Reviews, 14 Quick Reviews
The Good: Blendable (9), Easy To Apply (9), Smooth (8), Long-wearing (4), Great Value (3), Travel-friendly (2), Buttery (1)
The In-Between: Luminous (11), Buildable (6), Natural (6), Scented (6), Highly Pigmented (4), Sheer (2)
The Bad: Powdery (3), Emphasizes Pores (2), Chalky (1), Fades (1)
5 Written Reviews
By Jade 5 years ago.
I really like this product - I have a mini instead of the full size, and I took it travelling as it was small and I wouldn't be too upset if it broke. Well I ended up really loving it! It's really quite long wearing - on me, other blushes are pretty much gone by the end of the day, but this is still there, and mostly intact. I was obsessed with the limited edition MAC Supercontinental blush, and now I rarely us that and reach for this instead!
By Ammara 5 years ago.
This powder smells absolutely divine, but the problem is the pigmentation. I have light to medium skin and it takes several swipes to make the colour show on my cheeks (and I wear a very moderate amount of blush, nothing excessive). The brush is nice, soft, handy. Even though I love the sceny, and how it always looks natural and has a gorgeous, luminous finish, I won't recommend.
By Mariella 6 years ago.
First of all, there maybe should be a category for packaging because this square BOX and stupid brush are...well...stupid, though I have to admit that the brush is good for applying contour powder on those rare occasions when I try to contour. I got a full size box of Coralista from Sephora in some points bonus (I think) - perhaps when the packaging was being changed (mine has a totally separate lid rather than one that is attached). It is a pretty colour but coral and peach blushes just are not my best shades so I am not all that thrilled with how it looks on me, especially if I'm wearing a stronger lip colour, since I tend to go for berry, blue-red, deep pink, etc. and none of these looks great with coral on my cheeks. If I'm just wearing gloss or something like Revlon Berry Smoothie, it looks better, though.