The Artistique Blush formula is supposed to have a “naturally glowing finish.” The formula is consistent: the blushes have a very soft, almost cream-like powder texture that blends out effortlessly to a luminous sheen with semi-opaque to opaque coverage (but is soft and blendable enough to be applied sheer if preferred). Most shades lasted between eight and nine hours on me.
The only downside is that the packaging will feel underwhelming for the price point, as they are sold as refill pans with very thin plastic coverings and are designed to be housed in the brand's freestyle palettes.
The average rating based on all reviewed shade(s) in this formula is shown below.
Flushed cheeks with an aura of vitality. Naturally glowing finish. Shades range from demure to provocative.
Based on 2 Reviews, 9 Quick Reviews
The Good: Smooth (6), Blendable (6), Easy To Apply (5), Buttery (3), Long-wearing (3), Creamy (2), Travel-friendly (1)
The In-Between: Buildable (6), Luminous (5), Natural (5)
The Bad: Too Little Product (2)
2 Written Reviews
By Emily 3 years ago.
Fantastic quality blushes. The price tag is ouch but the formula is simply stunning - blends almost by itself with a velvety smooth texture. The matte shades are the best because it's so difficult to find matte powder products that aren't chalky. Surratt has nailed it, period. The shimmery shades are lovely too, refined rather than frosty. La Vie en Rose is a knockout shade that everyone should own. La Rosée du Soir is a perfect effortless nude blush that goes with anything. De Cherubique is the loveliest soft rose shade delicately laced with shimmer. They're all fantastic really. Highly recommended.