I’ve had this problem before, and I know many others had this problem with their blush and its knowing when the shade of blush you purchased is peach or pink. When you hold the blush to the light, is rosy or peachy? Sometimes you can’t tell and other times you can. The surest way of knowing is when you look in the mirror and apply it to your face.
The product may have cost $10-30 and yet after opening you can’t send it back after using it the first time. So, for a lucky spin on whether your blush is peach or pink.
One excellent way you can determine it is with the makeup brand Benefit Cosmetics. And I said this should work because Benefit knowingly has a peach blush called Peachin Golden Peach Blush and Crystah Strawberry Pink Blush.
These two amazing blushes are very different from each other; however, they wear well and last long after each application. A great hue that doesn’t wear off. There is a difference between peach and pink while viewing both blushes.
I chose to use another shade because it’s more of a darker rose color. Benefit Cosmetics have many shades of blushes that go as far as orange.
Other makeup brands have beautiful blushes, and they are beautiful to apply on the cheeks. The problem is how to tell between these other brands. If you tried looking in the mirror at Sephora and thought the blush was pink and it looked that way until you went home and looked in the mirror thinking it was lighter in color and looked more peach than pink.
A great way to avoid this problem is to read the name of the blush and another is to use a flashlight or light from the sun to notice the difference. You can hopefully get an honest opinion from friends who share the same interest in makeup. Honest truth will make the difference. And true light can’t lie.