Rose de Rose
Brilliant blusher to use on the apples of your cheeks under powder, after foundation. Iv never liked using cream blushers and have always preferred powder but thought I'd give this one a go. And iv been using it for over a year now. It is a fantastic product. The glow you get from it really does transform your whole face to give a much brighter, healthier and glowing complexion. It's quite expensive but you only need a tiny bit. It's also great if you need to just brighten up a bare face- say on the beach or at home- looks great on bare cheeks for a little bit of a healthy glow as well as on a made up face. My tip would be don't get carried away with it- you only need the tiniest bit for a really noticeable glow.
21 February 2013
I love this product!
I have been using this delicious product since the summer when it was recommnended to me by a consultant in the South Molton St branch. I needed a healthy glow for my son's wedding - something to rejuvenate my fast-fading tan. As I'm a huge fan of other products I've tried By Terry, I decided to give it a go. As suggested, I circle it into the apples of my cheeks (over By Terry Face glow) and gradually repeat until I have acheived the required 'glow'. I can honestly say I have never been bothered by - or even noticed - excessive glitter. I also use it under a clear lip gloss for naturally pink lips and I have even used it as an underbrow highlighter. I love this product!
01 January 2013
Fresh as a rose.
I got this in my Christmas stocking, I took one look at the bottle and thought that my face would look like an oily glitter ball.
How wrong I was. The product is beautifully cooling on the skin and dries to a velvet finish. The glow is incredible, almost like diamond dust on the skin. I have the fresh rose colour and I will definitely be buying another. It lasts on my skin all day and you need less than a pump for both cheeks. I tend to powder my skin then apply as it gives it something to hold on to. If you like a naturally glowing flush then this product is for you.
29 December 2012