estee lauder illuminating powder gelee blush in tease

Monday, February 25, 2013
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Estee Lauder Illuminating Powder Gelee Blush in Tease
Part of the Pretty Naughty collection for Spring 2013

Wahhh pretty blush alert! Estee Lauder have got a new collection coming out for Spring and it's called the Pretty Naughty collection, which immediately capped my interest. It's all about naughty sugary sweet pastel hues mixed with a youthful rebellious attitude. Inspired by English country gardens and it's meant to be all about being cutesy sexy and how pastel tones rock any skin tone for a subdued gorgeous look.

This blusher is a limited edition shade and it's one of their Illuminating Powder Gelee blushers, the shade is called Tease. It's somewhat of a dusky lilac pink and it's frosted ever so slightly - it looks really frosted in the pan but actually doesn't come out that shimmery at all. My immediate reaction to this product was that it was just so easy to build up the colour. I find myself swirling my brush into the pan and building up the shade I want depending on how pigmented I want the colour to look. It's so easy to define the cheeks and it glides on smoothly and easily. It's really pigmented, but softly.

I totally dig the idea behind the Lauder Pretty Naughty collection, and since getting this blusher about two weeks ago i've found myself grabbing it more and more as it seems to suit my pale skin and isn't too dark/bright pink. Natural flush ahoy! Now to go and romp in some daisy filled English country gardens and drink tea and play croquet.. right?

Estee Lauder's Illuminating Powder Gelee Blush in Tease retails at £30, is limited edition and can be found here. What do you think of the Pretty Naughty collection? Do you like this shade?

Love, Zozo
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Disclaimer: Tease was provided free for consideration for me from Estee Lauder, but they didn't give me any English country gardens to fall down any rabbit holes in! 

24 comments:

  1. The pattern in the pan is beautiful, it's almost a shame to use it! (almost)

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  2. Sounds and looks amazing! I just can't justify spending £30 on a blusher though! :'(
    By the way I've probably said it before but I LOVE your hair :)

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    xx

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  3. Pretty blush! I'm a sucker for things like that but don't think I could spend so much on one.
    Your hair is amazing! It really suits you :)

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    xx

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  4. Wow, what a gorgeous blush! I love pretty patterns in powder products, sucks me in more than normal. Hair looks beaut here girl. x

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  5. It looks really pretty and natural - I think blusher is probably the one beauty item I couldn't live without! xxx

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  6. I can't tell which is more beautiful, you or the blush!! I'll go with you ;)

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  7. Pretty blush alert is right! It suits you so well & by the looks of it we have similar skin tones..really want it now :) xx

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  8. It looks beautiful on you. Your whole make-up...ensemble (is that the right word?!) looks really natural and lovely. Gorgeous! xx

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  9. Fabulous, I just wish it wasn't so expensive :(

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  10. This is gorgeous! You look beautiful :) x

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  11. Your hair is simply fantastic!

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  12. This looks beautiful! This line really catches my attention, wish I had a counter near by to check them out in person! Your new hair colour looks great too!

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  13. This is beyond gorgeous and looks stunning on you! The more of your blog I see the more I love you! xx

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  14. Beautiful blush, Lauder's stepping it up. Still can't get over how yum that hair is! x

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  15. I need this in my life. It's SO pretty! x

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  16. That blusher is gorgeous! And this soft make-up really suits you, as does your new 'do! Reminds me of when I first started reading your blog and you had a photo of you in the sidebar with green hair, I think it was! xo

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  17. This is so pretty! And I really like the pattern on it too (:

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  18. Wow Zoe, your hair looks utterly amazing! It is so shiny and glossy looking, how do you manage this when you colour your hair? Usually mine looks dull for several weeks until my shine boosting products catch up with me!

    So in love with your hair!

    xx

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  19. How the heck is your hair sooo shiny after being bleached and coloured?! It looks amazing!!

    Kerry xx

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  20. This is gorgeous! It almost looks too pretty to use. Really like the subtle glow it's given your naturally pale skin - you look lovely! :)

    Loving the all-over teal look as well by the way!

    Eve & Faye x

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  21. This stuff looks aceeee! May just have to invest. I'm always on the lookout for a blusher that suits pale skin (as I'm white as milk) and this looks like it could be the one! :)

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    Grace xx

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  22. Their products are always so gorgeous and I'm a sucker for packaging and presentation! I can't tell you the amount of times I've bought makeup I didn't need just because it looked pretty.

    I really love the lipstick you're wearing with this look, this and the blush make the perfect combination.

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  23. I realize this is totally silly-- but i am desperately searching for this blusher! if you would ever sell it, please let me know!

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