Oriflame Very Me Cherry My Cheeks blush in Pretty Pink: Review/Swatch

Good morning everyone! Have you ever looked at a blush and felt scared that it might make you look like a pink-cheeked clown? That is how I felt when I saw this blush. My fears were justified when I did end up looking like a clown when I applied this blush 😛 Three tries later however, I’m here to declare my unending love for the cutest pink blush in my stack: Oriflame Very Me Cherry My Cheeks blush in Pretty Pink (The people at Oriflame have named it aptly! <3)

Oriflame Very Me Cherry My Cheeks blush in Pretty Pink: Review

What Oriflame says about their Very Me Cherry My Cheeks blush:
“Accentuate those gorgeous cheeks with powder blush in fresh shades. Goes on smooth and soft for perfectly rosy cheeks.”
Price: INR 329 for 2g

Shelf Life: 2.5 years from the date of manufacture.

Ingredients (taken from Oriflame website):
Talc, Mica, Magnesium Stearate, Dimethicone, Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Caprylyl Glycol, Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2, Tocopheryl Acetate, Propylparaben, Methylparaben, Parfum

Oriflame Very Me Cherry My Cheeks blush in Pretty Pink: Review

Pretty Pink is a slightly dark shade of pink, scary at first sight, not so scary at the second sight and pure love at third sight 😛 This shade would suit all skin tones and I’m head over heels in love with the shade. The packaging is same as that of the Sweet Coral shade: tiny, cute and could fit into your pocket without leaving a bump. 

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Oriflame Very Me Cherry My Cheeks blush in Pretty Pink: Review
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The texture is very smooth and the finish is matte. I’m starting to fall in love with matte blushes lately, time for a blush haul I guess, what do you girls think? Anyway, coming back to the review (:P), there are many similarities between this one and the coral blush I reviewed earlier. Quality-wise both are more or else same in all aspects, except for the pigmentation. The pigmentation is very good, it is more pigmented than the sweet coral blush. You need to use a light hand and layer up the product as per your needs. 

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Oriflame Very Me Cherry My Cheeks blush in Pretty Pink: Review

It stays for 5 hours on me on top of Deborah Milano BB Cream and then fades evenly. It blends quite easily. This blush provides a very natural rosy tint to the cheeks and I’m loving it. It does take a while to get used to the amount of product required to achieve that rosy cheek though. Summing it up:


  • Amazing shade!! 
  • Texture is really smooth and it’s not powdery
  • The finish is matte! 
  • Staying power is great, it stays put for 5 hours
  • Fades evenly
  • Blending is a breeze
  • Affordable and is often available at discounted prices
  • The packaging is very tiny and makes it difficult to use large blush brushes 
  • Availability

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Oriflame Very Me Cherry My Cheeks blush in Pretty Pink: Review



Final Word: I love love LOVE this blush!! If you can get your hands on it, grab it!! 😀

Rating: 4.75/5
  • Lovely color and the pigmentation is intense too…nicely reviewed!

    • Thank you sugandha 🙂

  • shade is so beautiful.. I have something similar from Sleek

    • Yeah it is, which one from Sleek do you have? 🙂

  • Its a gorgeous pink 🙂

  • WOWiee Color <3 .. It looks divine on blending 🙂 .. Nicely reviewed dear 🙂
    I must try these Oriflame blushes – Looks cool 😉

  • Do give these a try Vipra, they are awesome for the price 🙂

  • it has magenta tint to it. oh i love these kind of blushes. scary looking ones attract me a lot. will try this ..
    nicely reviewed minnal 🙂

    • Thank you senior 🙂 It doesn’t come out half as scary on the cheeks so i guess you would be disappointed 😛 It gives a very natural rosy glow (when applied very lightly) 🙂