Monday, September 6, 2010


Here's the first of several Graftobian reviews ladies! If you remember, a little while ago Graftobian was kind enough to send me some products for review. I have been obsessed with this blush palette since I opened the box!

First of all, the colors are beautiful! There's a really nice range in here as well for all skin tones. Each of these colors are also available to purchase separately. They are .18 oz for $9.99. Doesn't sound like a lot? Seriously, a little of this goes a looooooong way. I barely have to put my brush or finger into this to get great color on my cheeks. I've been favoring my travel SS109 for application.

Here are the lovely swatches:

Now let's blend them out....

Seriously? I love all of these!!! Of course, I'd never wear this much at once, but you get the idea. These are just so creamy and pigmented. I do top them off with powder blush similar in color to really make it last a ridiculously long time. **Remember those 11 hour days I talked about in my last post?** I have never had blush last me that long...until now! There is absolutely no need for me to touch up my blush with these.

And now a picture of moi with the blush on, looking very serious might I add. *hahaha*
This is just the creme blush on top of my foundation, no primer. I think I am wearing either peach blush or vienna rose here. When I've used up this palette, I will definitely be buying a few shades. I'm in love!

FTC Disclosure: This product was sent for review. This is my honest opinion. I was not paid to write this review. I am not affiliated with Graftobian.


annie said...

this looks beautiful on you!! i'm liking autumn breeze as it looks like you'd barely need any to get rosey cheeks! lol. great review dollface!! xo

Nicole said...

Thanks! =) You should check it out!

spifftiff88 said...

I have been wanting to try out a ton of graftobian..this looks awesome

Anonymous said...

These look really nice! I often have a little trouble applying cream blush..

Nicole said...

This is really easy to apply with a foundation brush...flat and tapered. I use my travel Sigma SS190--not sure what the new name is now...E-something..