The Laura Geller Blush-N-Brighten in "Apricot Berry" is one of two blushes that I brought on my trip. Although it can look a little intimidating in the pan, it gives a surprisingly natural flush to the cheeks. When I was first getting into makeup my mother would exclusively buy Laura Geller and Bare Essentials. I grew up using these products and loved them but as I got older I started buying products I wanted to try other brands and explore my options.
It wasn't until earlier this summer when I was browsing through my sister's makeup bag that I found this product. It is easily in her top two blushes. I started using it while I was staying at my parent's house for the summer and I feel in love. I remembered why I loved Laura Geller when I was younger.
Now my blush is a little messy but I love the packaging. The lips are a perfect addition. The packaging is sleek and sophisticated.
Also, when you flip open the lid there is a little mirror on the inside. Now, it isn't terribly big but in a pinch, it'll get the job done. These blushes are quite expensive--retailing somewhere around thirty dollars! I don't think this blush is worth that much money. I think thirty dollars is insane and how does one even justify spending that much money on a blush? I think it was a moment of insanity but I'm so glad that I have this. It really is quite beautiful. Let me reaffirm: It is NOT worth the money but if you want to treat yourself and you have a little extra money to splurge, this is a great product.
Here is a look at what the color looks like on the skin. It is a pretty, shimmery shade. While this color is extremely buildable, it is so subtle that there is no worry about looking clownish or like you have a contagious rash. It is so easy to swipe on to the cheeks--msot mornings I don't even use a mirror. You can buy Laura Geller products in select Macy's, Sephora, and at the official Laura Geller website.