The gel formula, which feels wet and slick like a MAC Casual Colour, isn’t as runny as Benetint’s liquid formula, making it easier to blend on cheeks.
I usually use my fingers or a skunk brush to stipple it on my cheeks, where it looks quite natural, especially on bare skin, but you can also build it up for a bolder flush of color.
I have combination dry/oily cheeks (read: generally fussy and unpredictable), and it lasts from 4-6 hours for me.
Cheek Jelly in Reign, one of five $14 Cheek Jelly shades (there’s also a coral called Phenomenon a plum called Sibling, a burgundy called Museum and another red called Beep), is available now online and at Topshop stores.
Leaf me be!
Tabs was fed up with the sub-par accommodations here at Chez MBB, so he evicted me and El Hub for the duration of the weekend. 🙁
Not having anyplace to stay (insert sad violin here), we packed up the Mazda and headed to Redding to visit my in-laws who, incidentally, used to live in Hawaii, but moved here to the mainland to be closer to family.
I sure do miss those frequent trips to Oahu we’d take to visit them, but one thing Hawaii doesn’t have is autumn leaves…
And I never get tired of ’em.