Essence Cosmetics Blush Play Review:

I am totally crushing on Essence Cosmetics New Blush Play Sculpting Palette ($5.99) glamour babes. This Palette lets you sculpt, define, and highlight your cheekbones effortlessly with three simple shades, and they all work together perfectly.

I purchased Play It Peach. I did want Play It Pink too, but it was sold out. Apparently girls really do love pink, and not just on Wednesdays either. Lol.

Play it Peach Palette has a beautiful corally pink color scheme.

The packaging is pretty straightforward. It’s a sturdy plastic compact with a clear window with black lettering defining the product (as shown above). I am okay with the design. I think its a good looking palette for $6. I bought it didn’t I? Lol.

The powder formula is lovely. It’s lightweight, buttery smooth, comfortable to wear, easy to apply, blends out evenly, highly pigmented, buildable, compliments fair to medium skin tones, and the finishes of the blushes are different from one another.

Highlight is a pearlized finish.

Define is satin finish.

Sculpt is a matte finish.

I really like the individual finishes Essence’s Blush Play Palette offers. It gives cheekbones nice depth, making them look precise and sharp. You can also use the shades separately if you want for a softer, radiant appearance.

The color payoff is outstanding. I didn’t think my freshly colored contoured cheeks would last long, but they did-a full 8 hours. I definitely need to grab Play It Pink. I love this palette for every day wear. These are makeup must haves for me.

I haven’t seen the Blush Play Palettes in stores as of yet (did you?). If I do I will be sure to revise my post. They are available at, and shipping is free when you make a $15 purchase.

What do you think of Essence’s new sculpting and highlighter palettes?

Yay or nay?

Stay beautiful! Xo.