Monday, January 7

Sisley Phyto-Blush Eclat- 5 Pinky Coral










This Sisley Phyto-Blush Eclat is named quite perfectly and fitting for my ever-growing collection of similar shades. Pinky Coral* is a beautiful blend of yes, Pink Coral shades that when brushed onto either the apples of my cheeks or just dusted lightly all over my cheekbones adds the perfect amount of colour and creates the perfect touch to my make up. 

The embossed pan matches the design of the Zebra print mirrored compact, which although I think is certainly quite daring and flamboyant is very eye catching and adds some fun into your make up bag. 
It's very different to the classic and elegant look that most Sisley products have, but actually it fits in pretty well.

The product is made up of both lighter and darker tones and this is so that you can use both shades separately in order to sculpt your cheeks into perfection. 
I personally like to sweep my blusher brush over the whole pan, picking up both shades together which creates a beautiful, nicely pigmented matte Coral-Pink tone. 
Though I'm careful to not go too over the top, I do like to go quite heavy with colour on my cheeks and the pigmentation of this product works great for that. If you do like more of a subtle look, then a little sweep of product, tapped off before application would be perfect. 

This blush is made up of lots of fabulous active ingredients to do wonderful things to your skin including minimising surface imperfections with its soft focus effect but if I'm honest, although it does feel and look very soft, I'm not sure a blush can benefit my skins appearance too much. 

Sisley is an extremely high end skin care and cosmetic brand, though like I mentioned in my previous Sisley post, they do tend to represent great quality and results. Although Sisley products are beautiful, I do feel that the price of some of their cosmetics are definitely more than what I usually like to spend. 

This Sisley Phyto-Blush Eclat costs £48.50 and is available in Selfridges, Harrods, John Lewis and Liberty.

What do you think of this Sisley Blush? Would you use both shades to sculpt or would you blend them together like I do?


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  1. Love the blush but I'm not crazy about the packaging, fun but not as classy as I would like. Looks beautiful on you though <3

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    1. The Zebra print isn't really too my taste either but the product makes up for it! x

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  2. Such a beautiful shade!


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    1. It is isn't it? I can't get enough of it

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  3. I love that color!

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    1. It's such a pretty colour, I love it too

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  4. It's expensive, but looks gorgeous on you. Very natural and pretty. I like the packaging too.
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    1. It is expensive, certainly the most expensive blush I own but I love how it looks x

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  5. <3 I could only dream of owning Sisley products!!!

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    xxx

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    1. There are so many Sisley products that I can only dream of owning too! :(

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  6. Hi,
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    1. It is isn't it? Love the darker shade so much

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  8. This looks like a really nice shade.. not sure I can justify sisley prices though.. x

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    1. I completely agree, it's a lot of money but so so pretty

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  9. This is a gorgeous blush! Shame about the price though!

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    1. I know, I wish it was a little less expensive so I could get the other shades!

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  10. Love that shade I wear one very simular!

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    1. Oooh which one do you wear? I love shades like this!

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  11. Wow that is one expensive blush! Looks gorgeous on though.

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    1. I know, it's definitely one of the most expensive products I own! Very pretty though

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  12. The blush is so pretty. Not too keen on the packaging though xo

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    1. I know, it's love hate and a little crazy for Sisley! So pretty though

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  13. I love the packaging of this blush, the colour looks fab on you too xx

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  14. I love the colour of the blush and the detail in the pan is lovely. Packaging is a bit bulky and garish for my liking, but its the product that's inside that is important I guess!

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    1. Yes I feel exactly the same, it's definitely not the type of packaging I would normally go for, but the product inside it just so lovely!

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  15. this is so pretty, laura you are officially blusher and lipstick queen hehe x

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    1. Thank you Hannah! I am very happy to take that title- yay x

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  16. Looks great on but too pretty to ruin! Xx

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    1. I always feel like that about lipsticks

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  17. such a beautiful shade, shame about the price tag I agree x

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    1. I know, I wish it was a tiny bit cheaper so I could justify buying more! x

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