Thursday, 27 March 2014

17 The Cheek of It! ♥

Hi again guys! Today's a review of a product that as soon as i saw - i just had to try out! You probably know how much i hoard blushes - i have way too much considering i only apply it to one set of cheeks! So obviously i couldn't resist trying this as it's a whole new way of applying. I mean, a stamp?!

 17 is a brand i don't really buy much from - i have a couple of their products and haven't been entirely impressed but i still like to try new products often. I picked this up in the shade 'The Cheek of it!' which made me giggle as i was in Boots! I do like the idea but it can be a bit fiddly. It can pick up a lot of product and i end up getting my blush brush out again after anyway just to blend. I couldn't blend with the sponge - too big and bulky!

I love the colour though a proper muted coral - which looks super flattering on the cheeks! It does last a while though - after applying this at 7am it's still showing until around 2pm when it starts to fade!  I'd recommend trying this as if you're better with fiddly stuff, you'll love this but sadly, it's a little too 'gimmicky' for me!

Have you tried this product? What did you think?
Lots of love,
Rosie xo



  1. Ooh this looks so cute! I used to be terrible for buying gimmicky products, if something was different I'd buy it, but in the end I think the original way of applying something is always the best, that's why it's the most popular way I suppose :-) The colour is gorgeous though!

  2. The color is so pretty! Id like to try this out <3

  3. I think this is a good idea in theory, but it needs a little bit of work like you said, the brush picks up too much and its hard to blend!


  4. I like the colour and the concept is okay, but it appears that the formula and the application need a little bit of work. It's a little too gimmicky and fiddly for me which is a massive shame, SEVENTEEN have been on top form lately!
    Lou Barker xo


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