To me, Jill Stuart’s most obvious and strongest trait is its packaging. What girly girl doesn’t love their packaging? It’s just perfect for making any girls feel like a princess!
However in my experience, not all their product range is fantastic. Their eye shadows whilst pigmented, can create quite a bit of fall out and this blush whilst beautiful is not as pigmented as I had hoped.
Baby Pink is not surprisingly a beautiful soft pink colour perfect for extra light skin tones. On my NC20 skin tone I could only get this blush to appear after a few applications, but I imagine on anyone with NC15 or lighter this would work a treat.
In terms of application and quality, this product is right up there, it just fell short when it came to pigmentation.
That aside, the design is amazing, the four colours swirled together is such an elegant touch and the brush that comes with this is perfect for a range of different cheek sizes! It essentially means you’ll always have a dedicated blush brush for this palette, so if you’re not as strict about washing your brushes (guilty) you won’t run the risk of having a mixture of different blush powders on your blush brush.
Overall I do think Jill Stuart blushes are amazing, BUT I think you need to be picked about the colour selection. The deeper your skin tone, the deep the blush should be.