Review: The Body Shop Fresh Sorbet Blush (Cuban Watermelon).

TBS fresh sorbet blush - cuban watermelon

If you’ve seen my latest The Body Shop Haul, then you would have noticed my purchase on the stunning looking fresh sorbet blush. Ultimately, blush is the most important makeup element that is always helpful to bring in some oomph of hue onto your face instantly and with so much popularity of contouring, strobing and the current trend of draping, there is no wonder that blush holds a major part in achieving the makeup tutorial flawlessly beautiful. Also, the other most influential factor is the season that makes the trend to go for a longer mileage and as we are currently residing in summer, there always exists some scope for blush here and there. So, with that as an inspiration, let me chat about the user-friendly product that is none other than, The Body Shop Fresh Sorbet Blush in the shade Cuban Watermelon.

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To be honest, I’ve literally got hooked up with this product on the first sight itself and when I tried to open up the blush for a test drive, then, in came the gorgeous scent of cuban watermelon that took me straight away to the tropical paradise and yes, honestly, if I could send the smell through internet, then you would also agree the same and the best part is, the aroma lingers around until it stays on your face. Viola!

The other great element is the stunning looking aerated light weight formula wherein the texture is soft as a feather and the shimmering combo finishes off the makeup tutorial faultlessly well.

While talking about the long lasting factor, yes it just needs a small blob each time and hence, a little goes long way and so, the product content of 10ml is more than enough to stay in your beauty wardrobe for a while.

Now, let’s talk about its hue. It comes as a fresh mixed sorbet of coral and pink and it looks  absolutely stunning while you wear it on your face which is just a quintessential beauty compliment for this summer.

Besides, if you seriously suffer from dry skin conditions on your cheek, then this is the right choice for you as this blush withholds moisture intact up to 12 hours which is more than enough for your skin to survive the whole working day.

All-in-all, it gives you a refreshing, healthy glow that you always look for during warm, summer months. Moreover, to suit everyone needs, the colour choice is available in other three shades like Lychee Blossom, Tuscan Grape, Florida Sunstar.

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TBS fresh sorbet blush - cuban watermelon

TBS fresh sorbet blush comes in a 10ml glass container pot with a screwable black hued plastic lid to the top and the descriptive name details comes to the top and the expiry details comes to the bottom of the container. More importantly, the product remains as fresh as ever since it is stored in a sturdy glass container. Score!

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TBS fresh sorbet blush - cuban watermelon

  1. Start the procedure with an evened out foundation base.
  2. Note: Don’t worry about the dark pigmented look of the blush as you just need the tiniest amount each time and it gives you the most subtle blush that you always look for.
  3. Take the tiny blob of the blush and apply it on your cheeks.
  4. Now, the blush will sit perfectly onto your cheeks and in case, if you want to build more, then you could always go for it.
  5. Now, your healthy, glow-y cheeks are ready to show off with a perfect hint of shimmer.

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  • Light weight whipped cream like formula
  • Perfect subtle finish with an added element of shimmer
  • Healthy glow-y cheeks
  • 4 shades available that suits all skin tones
  • 12 hours moisture intact and so, ideal smooth cheeks for sure
  • Blends really well on top of the foundation
  • Leaves with a refreshing tint
  • 10ml costs just £12

Have you ever used this product before? If so, let me know about your personal thoughts and as always, I would love to read them.

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Have you been busy these days? Then you could always catch up here to see my latest posts. Check here for a complete review on my drugstore friendly favourite product, Collection Fast Stroke Eyeliner and also, remember to see the full detailed review about my latest lip product addition, Sleek Makeup Matte Me Lip Cream.

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18 responses to “Review: The Body Shop Fresh Sorbet Blush (Cuban Watermelon).

  1. Oh it looks so pretty! I love the body shop at the moment xxx

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  2. I’m going to have to check this out in the store! Great review!

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  3. Looks so pretty. Is it long wearing x

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  4. Such a pretty shade! It’s not every day you see a blush that smells like watermelon. Too bad I am awful at using cream/liquid blushes!

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    • I thought the same until I’ve started using it. Also, I really love the fact that the tiniest amount of this blush makes such an wonder to your whole makeup look instantly and it is such a versatile wear for summer day outs

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  7. These were on sale and I was tempted to try it, but it look SO sheer, even the brightest pink showed up as nothing. I couldn’t build it up on the back of hand, so I passed on it.

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