Neve Cosmetics Blush Garden Cream Blushers

New releases from companies definitely make an exciting mail day. The brand new Neve Cosmetics Blush Garden launched on the 4th of February and already I’ve seen several great reviews on them and there’s no wonder at all. I mean, come on, LOOK HOW CUTE THEY ARE? I have such a think for cute makeup lately, obviously the product has to be good too but mega cute packaging is just so appealing to me. These are, dare I say it? Quite beautiful to look at and I am so impressed by their formula.

Their design of being a rose is no mistake, but instead clever marketing as the blushers are velvety and as soft as a petal. The coloured creams blend so evenly and beautifully across cheeks and leave such a natural look. I was quite surprised as just how creamy they really are and like all good products, a little goes a very long way. The colour pay off is seriously incredible, I can see these lasting a very long time. The colours are so natural too, especially once blended down but I wanted to swatch to show you the full colour. You’ll no doubt see me wearing them in the next few weeks as I’ve got quite a lot of events and sitting around the house doesn’t make me want to waste good blush! I’m not even a fan of cream blushers because I have oily skin but these don’t leave you looking oily at all, instead it’s quite a powdery finish without the dryness. Exactly how they described themselves, velvety.

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You’ll be happy to know that Blush Garden is vegan, free from parabens, petroleum derivatives, and silicones, no funny business here at all. I do love Neve Cosmetics for that. Blush Garden by Neve Cosmetics is available in 7 color versions, designed to suit absolutely every skin tone and desired look and each one is named after a day of the week, which again is rather cute.

Saturday Rose – Cool bubblegum pink
Sunday Rose – Intense cerise pink
Monday Rose – Velvety watermelon pink
Tuesday Rose – Deep coral rose
Wednesday Rose – Nude old rose
Thursday Rose – Bright peach rose
Friday Rose – Natural dark rosy beige

(Not swatched in this order because Pro-Blogger instincts didn’t kick in)

All blushers are around £9 and are available from Neve Cosmetics.



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  • Believe it or not, I’ve never tried a cream blusher. They scare me if I’m quite honest. But these colours are so beautiful that I can’t leave them unnoticed so I may have to take the plunge pretty sharpish!

    Sophie x | Essential Twenty

  • These look lovely! I especially like the velvety watermelon pink 🙂

  • Hana

    These look so gorgeous! I need new blushers in my life!

    Hana |

  • Vegan blush? That’s so cool! I find cream blushes a little harder to work with but when I get it right, they’re so beautiful! xx


  • These look amazing! The pigmentation is awesome & I love the packaging. They have such great colours too & so affordable! I’ll definitely be checking the ingredients of these out in the hope I can pick one or two up for myself. I’m glad you’ve got some events coming up so you can wear these, I hate wasting products by wearing them round the house too. Xx

    Tania | When Tania Talks

  • Omd, they look incredibly pigmented. I’ve been obsessing over cream products lately and I’m all for a coral blush so Tuesday Rose is calling my name *heart eyes emoji*

    Sarah | <3


  • Shelley Jessup

    Really liking the look of these thinking of trying myself!