When Topshop released their Makeup I was constantly looking at swatches bloggers were posting. The packaging was very different to other makeup brands with the scribble polka dot and white packaging. And also the pricing of the range was very resonable so I couldn't wait to get my hands on some products. It took me a while to actually purchase a cream blusher but I finally got one (My local Topshop only stocks some nail varnishes and Lipglosses) and after picking up one of their cute lip balms in a pot I knew I needed to try out one. I ordered their blush in 'Butterscotch'. I use this as a blusher/bronzer, as unless I've fake tanned I'm stupidly pale so I apply it to the top of my cheek bones and blend it on. It is a cream to powder finish so does wonders to my dry skin without budging. It's the best of both worlds really. I finally got around to picking up another a month ago. I decided to go for the infamous 'Neon Rose'. This is a neon pink/coral and was nothing like I had in my collection. It's highly pigmented but light on the skin. This is my go to blush.Another word on the packaging. Although, It's gorgeous It has got very grubby (As you can see). It tried to remove some before photographing but as you can see It hasn't improved it at all. I want to purchase this, which is a baked blusher/bronzer duo and a few more of the blushers, definately.
I've used both of these for a while now, and as you only need to apply it with a light hand, they look hardly used.