Review: Maybelline Face Studio Master Glaze blush stick in Just-Pinched Pink

This is a review of the Maybelline Face Studio Master Glaze blush stick in Just-Pinched Pink.

Every year around May, I start going on and on about how much I love cream blushes. I usually mention the Jordana cream blushes in the same sentence, but in reality, this is the product which first brought me back to cream blushes.
Maybelline Face Studio Master Glaze blush stick

What it does: (from the Maybelline website)

Glaze Craze!  Now Cheeks Glisten with the Sheerest Color Glaze. Cheeks go dewy and gently glazed with this portable, creamy blush stick. Glazed pearls + a shea butter glide provide blendable, natural color and smooth, even application. Fragrance Free. Non-comedogenic. Suitable for all skin types.

 

Price: As with all US drugstore products, the price will vary. Ulta.com lists this product for $9

 

Availability:  This and other Maybelline products are widely available in the US, in drugstores and supermarkets


Maybelline Face Studio Master Glaze blush stick

Pros:

  • This product applies very smoothly, and does not skip over the skin
  • The color is very natural looking on my skin tone, and is wearable for all occasions
  • The color can be built up, from very sheer to medium pigmentation

 

Cons:

  • This product can get a little greasy, and does not set
  • The packaging seems to be a little weak – the edges of the cap broke off in a few places

 

Would I repurchase?  Maybe.  I love the color and smoothness of this product, but it is a little greasy.  It works better when the weather isn’t super hot.

 

Hope you enjoyed this review!

xoxo, K

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3 Thoughts on “Review: Maybelline Face Studio Master Glaze blush stick in Just-Pinched Pink

  1. I always wanna love cream blushes, but I feel like I’ve had a lot of trouble setting a lot of the formulas, so now I just avoid for the most part.
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  2. Very pretty color! I wish that I could wear cream blush but it doesn’t work on me.
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    • I find that cream blushes work better on me than powder blushes in the summer! Unfortunately, the brush I use to apply it (the Elf Small Stipple Brush) became unusable this morning!!!!

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