Laura Geller Baked Monochromatic Blush review

So I recently got gifted with Laura Geller’s power-packed blush (thanks sis). I’m new to the brand, but, oh my, it is brightening. I’m sold.
You see, way back in my school days I used to assume that bright hot pinks were the reserve of lighter and brighter skin tones. I figured that Asian skin was destined for tan / orange shades.
However, blushes have come on a bit since those dark days, and I’ve become more informed about the power of pinks on brown skin.
Laura Geller's blush comes with a mirror

I first fell in love with Mac’s Dolly Mix. But now Laura Geller’s Monochromatic Blush in Malibu is fast becoming my go-to colour.

The blush itself is a baked dome. You only need a couple of dabs – no swirling required – and the pigments spread like a dream on your cheeks. Less really is more with Laura Geller’s Blush.
You can see my video review of the Laura Geller blush at the top of this blog post, just hit play. 
The other great thing about the Laura Geller blush is that it works across makeup free skin. In fact I happily step out without eyeliner, foundation and mascara, with a swoop of colour     on my cheeks.
It’s one of the most flattering colours blushes I’ve worn, and while a little pricey at £23, I think it’s a worthy investment.
What is your cheek colour of choice?  Have you come across anything universally flattering? Share your comments below…     

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I’m a British-Bengali Muslim mum-of-two. My pictures aren’t filtered and neither are my words. I’m not a makeup artist, chef or lifestyle guru. I’m just me, sharing honest beauty reviews for brown skin, halal restaurant finds, travel inspo, mum life hacks, easy Bengali recipes and more. If that’s your bag, keep reading!

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