Rose Inc Blush Divine ($18.00 for 0.15 oz.) is a new, cream blush that is sold as refills (for $18) or with compact (for $30); note, you cannot purchase compacts separately, and I don’t know what the viability of the blush is if you put it into a freestyle palette. The refills come in a plastic clamshell. There are six shades, which I’ve swatched here!
This is a new brand, which is exclusive to Sephora, and they also released a jumbo lip pencil, but I didn’t purchase any shades (just a heads up!).
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Foxglove and dahlia were names of Becca blushes.
Maybe it’s an homage. Rosie HW may have been a diehard Becca fan girl.
For a total of $48, this stuff had better be perfect! Yikes!
If you purchase the compact, it has the blush already in it, so it is just $30.
Oh cool! For some reason, I thought the two came separately. I think I must’ve misread the description! 😅
The texture in the pan is interesting! Makes it look like a liquid in a cushion or mousse rather than a poured cream.
I only will go to the store when Christine displays it.
Then I will test them at the store. I am vaccinated.
I will not buy the item if it is not USA or Japan or Europe made, not even foreign made and stack in the USA.
Thank you, Christine for laying things out, and a pic that display the origin.
I don’t buy much these days but I am going to test these.
I don’t know if Christine tested Valentino or Gucci products yet.
Yikes, these are vivid blushes and I think you would have to use a very light hand to apply these.
Another celebrity brand. I appreciate that they’re trying to take an ethical approach to beauty, but with the market being as over-saturated as it is, those blushes better be special. Doubly so when it’s a celebrity brand.
I did like Rose Inc’s website, though. Happy to see more diversity among models. 🙂
I’m really impressed with the brand so far, I picked up Foxglove and Azalea and have been wearing the first almost nonstop. I also picked up the concealer which I’m REALLY liking personally. And I almost never love concealers. Looking forward to trying more of the line but am using up other similar products first before I put into rotation.