Flower Beauty Flower Pots Blushes in Sweet Pea & Warm Hibiscus - RED LIPSTICK DIARIES

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Flower Beauty Flower Pots Blushes in Sweet Pea & Warm Hibiscus

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In January I fell in love with the newest blush palette offering from Maybelline, you can see that review post HERE. Today I have two more blushes that I think will also become favorites. These two blushes are from  Flower Beauty  which is a Walmart exclusive and they are priced at $8.97 a piece. These blushes look very much like the very popular Milani Rose Blushes, which happen to be a favorite of mine. 
I have a tried a few of their quads and have one review on this blog, but had never bought anything else from Flower Beauty. I was really excited when I saw that they finally had some new products to add to their range! Having already tried some of their shadows, I was pretty sure that these blushes were going to be nice. I am happy to report that they are!
First of all, how pretty are these blushes?

These are the Flower Beauty Flower Pots Blushes in Sweet Pea & Warm Hibiscus, and they are glorious! There are four blushes total in the Flower Beauty Flower Pots range but these are the two I had to own immediately.
 Flower Beauty Flower Pots Blush in Sweet Pea is a beautiful mauvey pink that will be great for everyday wear, it's one of those more natural shades that you can pair with many eye looks. This tone of blush happens to be my favorite because you don't have to think about it. Plus this shade is so innocent and pretty, I really like it!
Flower Beauty Flower Pots Blush in Warm Hibiscus is a peachy blush that has the most beautiful golden sheen. If you're a fan of NARS Orgasm blush and have been looking for a similar blush that's more affordable, this is one to try for sure. It's my favorite of the two because of the golden shimmer which isn't at all chunky and lays beautifully on my skin. The shimmer is just right so even if you have larger pores or texture, this won't make those problems worse, instead it leaves a beautiful, healthy sheen. You don't even need a highlighter when wearing this blush. 
The formula of these blushes is very soft and buttery and they are nicely pigmented. Sweet Pea is not as pigmented as Warm Hibiscus but both shades are buildable and I love that they are not chalky at all. 
I admit that I thought the price was a bit high at $8.98 for a drugstore blush, but now having tried these Flower Beauty Flower Pots Blushers, I do think they are worth the price. 
Will you be picking up either of these two blushes

I would recommend Warm Hibiscus first if you can only get one. I do plan on getting the other two and hope for a larger range with time. Great job on these blushes Flower Beauty!

2 comments

  1. yes they do look like Milani's blushes :) I want both :)

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  2. These are so pretty! I'm thinking that I'll pick up Warm Hibiscus... I've been wanting a pink/gold- orgasm- like blush for quite a wile! I also have the Maybelline blush palette and it's fabulous! Perfect for travel. :)

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