Since the launch of the Bourjois Cream Blushers earlier this year I've worn them at least three times a week every week; the cream to powder formulas are easy to use and beautifully pigmented - you'd never think they were a high street buy!
Bourjois' latest addition to the original four-piece line up (but with a difference) is Blush Exclusif. This blush is cleverly formulated to match itself to your skins natural pH and blend to a colour customised to your skin tone to give your skin a fresh, natural glow.
Blush Exclusif is packaged very similarly to the other four cream blushers, inside a small pot with a mirror insert and pan of formula. To the touch you will feel a creamy, soft consistency but once blended the finish is more powder-like. I apply this with my Real Techniques Stippling Brush but it can be applied with your fingers if you prefer.
In the pan the hue is a very milky baby pink, once blended on the skin the colour will deepen depending on your tone. On me it blends to a candy pink hue, although I find the more I blend this the deeper the colour becomes. As much as I like the colour, I've found it doesn't flatter my skin too well because it has quite an obvious white undertone - I remedy this with a little bit of warm bronzer. The blush does give my cheeks a nice flush of colour but the milky white undertone doesn't look natural in all lights.
Although I like this cream blush, I think it's a little gimmicky, I'll use it but not as much as my other cream blushers. I think whether you like this or not will very much depend on your skin tone and what colour it blends to - I recommend really giving it a go in store to see how it looks on your cheeks before purchasing.
Bourjois Blush Exclusif costs £7.99 from Bourjois stockists.