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Try It Tuesday: Maybelline Bouncy Blush

So there isn't much backstory here, my sisters like to give me all the things they don't use as they know I'll give anything a go and find a use for it and here's one of those products...
The packaging is cute and simple and I know you can't tell from the picture, but the product itself it rounded off, probably to create that ball effect. This color specifically intrigued me and scared me at the same time. Unfortunately, I have no idea what the color is since my sisters have ripped it off the back, but I think I spotted the remnants of a 2... on the back..maybe 20 or 25? in that area....?
So this color is just such a color that my sisters would pick out since they pick blushers on the peach side to give that more natural look. I expected the color to be true to the pot and had quite a light hand when applying (which btw the blush actually is bouncy and I was having a ball just with the application) but maybe it was my brush, but I had to go in about 3 or 4 times before a saw a bit of color on my cheeks (not that I'm complaining much).
The particular day I tried this blush out, it was the hottest day of the year so far and work was so hot, that all my makeup was melting off my face...BUT that doesn't necessarily mean this blush will not last, but then again I choose very natural blushes that I don't notice it leaving my face anyway...

So this seems pretty standard blush material so far, but as always, I'll let you know what I really think as I use it more!

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