surratt Beauty Blush Powder Reviews in 2021

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Surratt Beauty Blush Powder Reviews

The silkiest, softest, most luxurious blush in shades that complement every single skin tone.


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  • Elizabeth S.

I have the shade chaleaur - it's great for a both blush and bronzer depending on where you place it on your face. I find it lasts all throughout the day and blends well for a nice glow.

  • Samantha R.

Gives a gorgeous pink glow to my cheeks! I am all about the dewy, highlighted look lately. This does not disappoint. This blush has little dust kick up when picking up product with brush. It blends like a dream on my cheeks. I also love the pink hue it provides! Color starts of light but builds up easily. This is my go never fails me, every day blush!

  • Kim L.

While these blushes are beautiful, they are not as pigmented as blushesfrom european and americna blushes. these blushes are a lot more subtle; however, can be built up. They can be blended and buffed out easily and these blushes are great for those that are a bit heavy handed.

  • Coffee L.

I have blue eyes and most blushes are just sort of a color that sits there. Tu Me Rais Rougir is the first blush I've found that really compliments my eye color. 

I like and dislike that it is buildable. You do use more product (for the price) but it is easy to customize your look.

Aureole isn't the best highlighter color I've encountered but I've re-purposed this blush was a background color for my eyeshadows and love it.  

I also love that these Surratt products don't come with a ton of packaging so that you can throw a magnet on the back and make your own palettes (if you don't buy Surrat's palettes). 

  • Juliana S.

I have the shade Ponceau - this blush is beautiful! Highly pigmented - which is a little troublesome for someone fairer like me. I need to use a light hand and a stippling brush to apply, to ensure the blush is blended out. This has a natural finish - not entirely matte, but not shimmery. My only complaint is the packaging - you basically HAVE to buy the additional surratt palette, or constantly ensure the blush is stored safely where it can't shatter.

  • Megan M.

 I own Parfait, a pale sherbet peach, and Guimauve, a pale cool pink. There are also some amazing deeper and richer shades, as well as highlight shades plus a contour shade. I’ve tried Aureole and Grisaille (pale highlight and contour) and plan to pick them up when they’re in stock again. Grisaille would be an awesome neutral contour for light medium skins (on me it pulls a bit more bronzey). Aureole is a pale golden highlighter that never emphasizes texture. What makes all these products special is their amazing creamy texture- they’re produced in Japan with a “slurry” process. They have no kickback at all and look gorgeous on the skin. Be aware that they do come in single pans, so you will have to use them like that or put them in a palette.

  • Blythe H.

First off, these are preciously tiny, which I think will throw some people off, particularly considering the price.  But these are so finely milled and beautifully pigmented that a very little goes a very long way.  The color selection is exceptional and it's wonderful that you have the option to pop several shades out and combined them into one of Surratt's magnetic palettes.  

  • Alice H.

I have several blushes in this formula, and am consistently impressed by the quality (even if the shades are sometimes dupable). It is silky, easy to blend, easy to build, and very lightweight on the skin. Unlike some blush formulas, this one doesn't look powdery or chalky on the skin, and it doesn't usually go patchy, even if I don't set my base first. The satin-matte shades are gorgeous, and the glowy ones (like Barbe de Papa) are also very pretty (they don't emphasize texture, the way some glowy blushes do). These blushes are not cheap, but worth the splurge if there's a shade you have your eye on!

  • renee G.

The one I have is a bronze like blush color but when applied it is pigmented and I have to be really careful not to apply too much product. It is a very finely milled powder and looks natural on the skin. I use this in rotation with my Hourglass blushes and Charlotte Tilbury blushes. They are all similar and look beautiful on. I don't like the packaging on this product and wish it wasn't a refill but it's own product.

  • Sundeep B.

I purchased this in the Barbe à papa colour which is a two in one shade serving as a highlighter and blush. The quality is brilliant and I get a decent amount of wear time from it. The texture and blendability is mind blowing. Surratt have given all the force to creating a beautiful pigmented product in minimalistic, non distracting packaging.