- Let’s gloss over the obvious fact that it took its shape from Benefit’s kitsch blush kits (since everyone’s kinda doing that these days), sure, the design on the front with all the butterflies and stuff is quite nice..no worries so far…
- Once the box is opened, you see the bronzer/blush and it comes with a little plastic blusher brush (not pictured) that contained synthetic hair – It has no effect whatsoever.
- The product is not packaged well at all. Maybe it was just MY one, but the interior of the blush seems quite rushed and you can see the gaps around the edges of the box where the glue has probably come off (bear in mind, we aren’t expecting pristine quality from a high store brand but for £7..come on!)
- I actually like the little mosaic/marbled effect here, it’s pretty cute. HOWEVER, let’s just get right down to the meat and potatoes, shall we??
|Ignore that stray hair…NO idea how it got there tee hee!|
I mean…really? I don’t know who Accessorize hired to oversee this area of production; maybe they were having a bad day/broken up with a S/O/had a hangover/blind I don’t know..BUT..this is just a shambles. I’m sure you could find better quality at pound land!