This cute little "master glaze" has been getting almost all great reviews. So I thought I would add the input of someone who has sensitive skin, that doesn't like cream products. Its only about $6 but is it worth it?
I personally love the packaging and how cute and little it is. It is very street art like probably trying to target teens.
It had a clear top that allows you to see the actual color.
When you take off the lid and roll up the product, you can see that it is large packaging and little product. Very similar to the foundation stick they made a while back.
Here is a swatch on my arm, un-blended. The shade I have is Pinched Pink.
Blended out it is wearable and natural looking and not very dewy.
Here is one way to apply sweep on to cheeks and then blend with a stippling brush. (elf small stipple). Another way is to blend with fingers.
Or use stipple or fingers from product to the cheeks.
wear: So so lasts well enough but not all day long.
Aftermath: Broke my cheeks out so badly! Too many silicones to make it glide like a glaze. The next day I had lots of little bumps all around wear the product was.
If you are acne prone do not even try this! If you are not, then it would probably be a good option for an affordable blush.