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The Physicians Formula Happy Glow & Mood Boosting Blush in Rose comes in a shiny plastic compact with a clear lid on top and a pink metal finish on the bottom. Once open the blush is revealed and when the blush pan is lifted there is a mirror and brush in the bottom compartment.
The Happy Booster blush features an array of pink shades in different size hearts. When I purchased this I thought the darker colors were over-sprays that would fade but surprisingly are solid colors in the pan. The way the hearts are embossed in the pan is a really cute touch that adds to the "happy" theme of the blush.
The Physicians Formula Happy Glow & Mood Boosting Blush in Rose is a medium hot pink with a satin finish. On the left is a concentrated swatch and on the right is a blended out swatch. The pigmentation on this blush is very good and the formula was smooth to apply and easy to blend. I really like the subtle glow the blush gives to the skin. Since the blush is very pigmented I use a stippling brush to apply it, the denser the brush the heavier the application. Physicians Formula says that this blush has a violet fragrance however I barely notice it. As for the "mood boosting" aspect I don't think it does anything really noticeable and the company was surely using this claim as a marketing strategy. What makes me happy about this blush is the radiant glow it leaves on my cheeks.
How much? $14.87
Where to buy? Wal-Mart
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