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Lakme Fantasy Collection Cheek Artist - Review

I'm reviewing the shade - Kiss of a Rose

What it claims: Get those dreamy rose-kissed princess cheeks. This multi-purpose stick glides magically over your cheeks for a natural blush. Feminine and fun, these colors blend beautifully on all skin tones. Pick from Peach Blush and Kiss of a Rose.


Price: Rs. 395 for 6 gms tube


Packaging: Tube with twist up format, additional clear plastic cap inside.


Available: All Lakme counters as part of Fantasy Collection. 


What I liked: 


1. The shade Kiss of a Rose - is very, very pretty. It is a deep rosy shade with a hint of brown (it is excellent  for that English Rose kind of look - you know, like you just took a long walk in the country side) that makes it look very natural. Plus this is a matt shade - no shimmer - so it is great for daily office wear. The shade is a very universal shade for me - it would go with almost all eye looks. 


2. The ease of application - this is in a cream format & takes about 30 seconds to set - so one has plenty of time to dab on the cream blush & then blend it in. The formula is very creamy & easy to blend even for novices. 


3. Long lasting - the blush stays on for 3-4 hours, unless you have the habit of touching your face where you may wipe it off. 


4. As with all cream blushes - the intensity is buildable. So you can go with a light flush or a deeper tone by adjusting the amount. 


5. The quantity seems less - but it is not. It is 6 gms - the same amount as a NYX cream blush that is sold for 650/-. The length of the tube is a little smaller than a regular Lakme Enrich lipstick. 


6. Tiny compact packaging makes it easy to travel with.




What I didn't like


1. Application is a bit of an issue - I don't like applying directly from the tube as I have some acne these days. I generally get some on my fingers & then blend it onto my cheeks. 


Would I re-purchase: For sure. I love this shade. It is a neutral matt rosy shade  - it is matt enough for office wear, but pigmented enough so that it won't fall flat. The cream texture makes it very easy to blend it & the shade is a pretty neutral one - most girls will be able to carry this off without looking overdone. 


I was sent only this shade by the company, I liked it so much I thought of getting the Peach one also - only to find that it had a lot of shimmer. In fact it is a lot like Bourjois Lilas D'or #33 blush - a peachy pink shade with golden shimmer. Since I already have the Bourjois one I skipped the Lakme Peach. 


Product sent by Company / PR for review, this is, however, is true account of my experience with this product. 
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Comments

  1. ur review sure has tempted me to try this out. will be checking it out soon. thanks for the review

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  2. Hey Tanveer ... I have bought this shade recently and you know what I can simply relate my experience with your review very well .... pretty shade indeed

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  3. I was thinking of gettng the peach one..thanks for letting me know of the shimmer..I will get this one then..

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  4. That's such a beautiful blusher! I love how you described the color.

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  5. I can never get the application right with cream blushes somehow I always feel that I am looking like a clown after the application but this review tempts me so much

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  6. I definitely want to get my hands on this. Hopefully either my parents will make a round back home soon. <3 Lakme.

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  7. pretty color indeed..i like the tube form..

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  8. I got the peach one, liked the colour. :-)

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  9. very pretty shade Tanz :D and awesome review honey :D :D

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  10. Got it.. love it...interesting texture.. easy to use... fab colour.. extremely natural...thanks for the review... would have not got it otherwise!

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