Although the packaging isn't great - smallish, the lid can break easily and it's not a compact with a mirror - the product itself is quite strongly pigmented it will last you a long time you don't need to apply heaps to get a nice rosy flushed cheek. The colour range is quite natural looking and I don't notice much of a harsh smell. Cheap products the d to usually have a heavy scent - often of strong perfume which is actually to hide the harsh chemicals. Although real Jordana is made in USA be careful as China makes their own Jordana too so check the labels properly. I used to find their foundation quite good too for the price it was light enough for my pale fair skin good coverage and cheap. Give Jordana a try for budget friendly beauty. I also liked that the blush wasn't full of glitter too
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Jordana Powder Blush Review
Color-True Tints for Cheeks
Face Looks Youthful & Refreshed
Accentuates, Sculpts & Contours
Velvety-Smooth Formula Blends Easily
Made In USA Glide brush through color and lightly tap off excess powder. Lightly apply to cheeks, forehead, chin and/or nose and blend well for a soft glow.
Pack Size 29.6mL
Availability Online and selected retail stores
I picked up this blush from my local $2 dollar shop for about $4 at the time . I wanted to experience this blush as I have quite a large collection.
Packaging comes with a clear screw top lid doesn’t feel sturdy . Consistency is powder pink formula . On application it’s builds up well . This lasts on my face up to four hours begins to fade out . Will need a slight top up towards the end of the day .
Overall I think this would be great in a start out kit for someone who’s new at trying out make up . Would make a good gift for a friend .
I have had this blush in many shades and they are all amazing. My favourite by far was Touch of Pink - it's the perfect peachy pink and seems to work on every skin tone. It's the only blush I ever used up completely because I was that obsessed! There's really no need to spend heaps on a blush if you have access to these little beauties from Jordana! The only thing I don't like is the packaging, the lid is prone to breaking.
The shade "38 Coral Sandy Beach" is my go-to/every day blush. It provides a natural flush on my skin and gives my cheeks a warm tint that doesn't look fake or over-the-top. Whenever I'm in doubt about what blush I want to use, my hands automatically reach for this. The pigmentation is good, and also very buildable, so if you feel like you've put on "too much", it's not obvious at all. My only small critiques are the lid which is twistable and not capped so it can get a tad annoying especially if I'm in a rush and need a quick swipe, and the excess powder can get a bit crazy. Overall though, for the price and the quality of this product, I would definitely repurchase again.
Jordana has always been a good quality yet cheap brand for me, so when I decided to venture into the realm of powder blushes I thought may as well start with a cheap one just in case. Peach blossom is one of the first powder blushes I ever bought. It's an adorably baby pink that looks really young and cute on me, like a very subtle hint of color. I was a tiny bit disappointed when I realized that there was only a shallow pan of product instead of the jar (false advertising right there). But being only $3 I really can't complain. This picks up easily and one swipe just under my cheekbones gives a really healthy flush. After trying some more high end blushes I realize this is not the most buttery smooth blush there is but for its price I am very impressed. The two dollar shop that I bought this from stopped stocking these but if I ever saw these I'd probably buy a few more just to use on an everyday basis and not have to worry about wasting it.
I have the shade 48 Pink Beauty.
I really like it. It's just the right amount of pigmented for a blush- it's not so pigmented that you have to blend for 20 minutes but the colour shows up beautifully.
I picked this shade because it's so vibrant and not something I'd usually go for. I thought for the cheap price I might as well try a bit more unusual shade. I ended up really loving the colour! It goes with almost all looks and is a lovely colour for spring/summer.
Formula wise it's not the smoothest blush I've tried but for the price, I don't think it can be beaten. I like it more than the ELF blushes and think it lasts longer and is a smoother.
I picked this up in the shade coral sandy beach to give it a try as it was crazy cheap ($4!!) and it has good reviews and it has since become the blush I reach for most day. The blush itself is really pigmented and a little goes a long way. It's not at all powdery and gives me a lovely peachy glow and it lasts through the day. The packing is pretty simple, it is cheap plasticy packaging and it has a screw off lid which can be a bit of a pain. It is really an amazing quality blush for the super cheap price tag, I definitely need to go get some more!
I bought my first of these about 2 years ago and thought hey for $4 why not and now I would be lost without them. I found mine at a $2 shop I was out of town and desperate for a blush of some sort I got tawny beige which is a beautiful dusty rose colour. The pigmentation is great they are milled suprisingly fine and aren't powdery. I've had a good look at the few I own and I would say most are a satin finish. The packaging isn't the best but the screw on lid is quite nice helps with the possibility of powder leakage I suppose you could say, but I would quite happily pay more for the product that is inside. If you see these when your in your local $2 shop pick some up you won't regret it
I bought this blush in Redwood and Tawny beige and I love both of them! The packaging isn't the more luxurious but it's what's inside that counts right? It is a screw top which is good because it makes it quite sturdy and you don't have to worry about product coming out. I also like the transparent top as you can easily see which one you're grabbing. Now, onto the actual blush. It's SOOO pigmented, especially redwood. Redwood is definitely brighter and great for those good days whereas tawny beige is great for an everyday look. Tapping off the excess is a definite must when you use some of these shades. It blends really well and feels quite creamy which is strange as it isn't as chalky as when you just swatch it with a finger. I have noticed a scent, almost like a fresh laundry clean scent but it definitely isn't strong enough to be off putting. It also hasn't irritated or reacted badly with my blemish prone skin. All I can say is that I need more shades! Go, get it now!
Tips: TAP OFF THE EXCESS! This is a must. If you do apply too much though, use a pressed powder to lighten it a bit. I also like to stipple it on - looks more natural in my opinion.
I have quite a few of these now and I LOVE them and most of my "go to" blushes are now jordana!
They are super cheap and such good quality for the price (Avail at most $2 stores I think)
I find them so pigmented and such a great colour range, also have some that have shimmer in them which can be nice as a gentle highlight. I often reach for these over my higher end blushes now.
The packaging is a bit cheap, but it doesnt matter because thats not the part going on your face! The packaging is made of plastic and the pans can be removed so you could put them into your own Z palette or something for more storage if you wanted to, which I have also done with alot of their eyeshadows!
Overall I would 100% recommend these blushes, if youre on a budget you cant go wrong!
Tips: Sometimes I can find them to look a little powdery on the skin, so if you have a setting spray I would recommend to use it :)