L'Oréal Paris Infaillible Blush Paint Palette Review

Monday, May 3, 2021

Are you looking for a blush palette that will have all of the shades you need in one place? 

I might have what you are looking for. 

The L'Oréal Paris Infaillible Blush Paint Palette in shade "Pinks" is probably the only blush palette you will need if you are into pink shades. It is the only blush palette I own and it will probably stay like that until I use it up or fall out of love with it. I honestly don't think that will happen any time soon. I've been using it for almost a year now and I'm ready to share with you my thoughts. 

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This L'Oréal Paris Infaillible Blush Paint Palette in shade "Pinks" comes in elegant black plastic with a transparent upper part. There is also an unusual design on the transparent part of the palette that contains three red lines created by drawing a brush. I prefer palettes with transparent lids as I love to see all the shades. Even from the first touch, you can feel that this is high-quality packaging. 

The L'Oréal Paris Infaillible Blush Paint Palette is made of solid plastic and closes with a 'click' sound. I also like the fact that there is no unnecessary, unusable brush in the palette. What might be a problem for some is that the palette does not contain a mirror. I don't find that to be a problem as I usually don't use mirrors that come with palettes as they are small and sometimes inconvenient. 


When you open the L'Oréal Paris Infaillible Blush Paint Palette, you will see five rosy blushes, two of which contain a larger shimmer. On the back of the palette, you can find the names of individual shades and the expiration date. The names of each blush are also written on the back of the palette and I must say that I like their names. From the left to right we have "Ballet Dream", "Despinkable Me", "Peony Rose", "Fuchsia Afterhours", and "Flamingo Dance". 


Already at the first swatch, I was amazed by the high pigmentation of the product. These are probably the most pigmented blushes I ever owned. As for the 'Peony Rose' shade, I think it could easily be used as a highlighter. These blushes are comfortable to work with on the face, most of them have a soft texture and stay on the face for a long time. You can effortlessly blend it to get the desired blushed cheeks. I noticed that only a slight tap with the brush is enough to create a natural blush look. Another positive thing about this blush is that it smells nice which is not that common with blush palettes. It smells like candy floss. 


I genuinely use all of these shades from this L'Oréal Paris Infaillible Blush Paint Palette, of course, some more than others but I know that I'll use them all up. "Balette Dream" is perfect when you just want a little bit of color on your cheeks. It such a beautiful baby pink shade. "Despinkable Me" is the warmest shade of them all and I noticed that I used it the most in the Autumn and Winter days as it gives such a nice warmness to the face. 

"Peony Rose" is probably the tone that I used the least as it is quite sheer. I prefer it more as a highlighter than as a full-on blusher. "Fuchsia Afterhours" is just like the name says perfect choice when you are done with your work and are getting ready for the drinks with girlfriends. If "Fuchsia Afterhours is for drinks then  "Flamingo Dance" is for the parties. 

You can get your palette HERE

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