Clove And Hallow Hydratint: A Pigmented And Gimmick-free Blush

I’ve been playing around with a lot of Close and Harrow makeup recently, and I want to share an unusual cream blush that outshined the other products!
💕Prep - I put a light layer of Clove and Hallow’s Pressed Foundation for a smooth base and set it with some powder and setting spray. Nothing interesting here.
Now for the exciting part. The Clove and Hallow Hydratint Blush Serum 
💕Packaging - The bottle looks like nail polish, it even has the nail polish applicator! With a small brush like this, I can swipe the product on exactly where I want it. 
💕Blend - I applied 3 little stripes with the little brush and started blending with my fingers. With just a few taps it was basically blended out. When I’m at a good point with my fingers I just take my foundation sponge and tap a few more times.
Considering this is on top of powder, the blending process is super easy and did not disrupt my base makeup at all.
💕Color -  There is a total of 4 shades available, all very wearable.  I have the shade Nakey, described as a mid-tone peachy nude. With how watery it is, initially I thought it would be too sheer, but I was wrong. It has just the right amount of pigment, buildable but won’t make you look like a clown. 

💯 Liquid blush in a nail polish bottle is really cool concept and I’m glad Clove and Hallow executed it perfectly. I need to get my hands on the other shades!


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