Along with this collection brings a unique product with it, I have no experience with Blush jellys. I've never came across them before so I have no standards as such for them before trying this product out. I was however, intrigued because it just seems really fun!
The product is packaged in a clear plastic container which is very sturdy, it has a handy pump action bottle which gives it bonus points because you can control how much comes out.
The jelly blush itself is bright red/pink colour. It's texture is a soft feel not at all sticky but not overly oily either. When I first applied this I made the mistake of being slow, you really have to work at a quick pace because if it's left to linger on the skin long enough it will leave a pinkish stain.
On my second application I was a lot quicker, when I had it blended in the blush left a really nice gentle pink on my cheeks, I was slightly worried when I first saw the bright colour pumped out, thankfully it's more of a flush of colour.
Picture of bare skin with no blush applied
Picture with the jelly blush applied
I really like the minimal colour payoff. It's not in your face which is what I like in a blush but there's still a nice colour to take away from my pale skin. I usually go for more of peachy type of shades but this pink was really nice.
The colour lasted a good couple of hours and more importantly it didn't dry out my skin! When it faded it didn't go patchy but evenly and I was very happy with that.
In all I was very happy with this product. It did everything it was meant to do, right now I'd be happy to use it again. I'm not sure of the price but I'll get it up in the round up.