It's not often I pick up a new blusher but this actually came as a free gift for spending more than £5 on other Seventeen products. I thought it was extremely cute and not like any other blushers I've seen on the high street before so I thought I'd give it a try.
The packaging is really interesting, the little mirrored pot contains the blush packed into its lid and a sponge stamp applicator on the opposite end. You simply press the sponge into the blush and stamp away at your cheeks - luckily this doesn't produce bold pink circles on your cheeks like some kind of circus clown, it just distributes a faint touch of colour, which can be blended in as you see fit. I picked up the lightest shade 'Blushing' but there is a range of shades right up to a darker, almost bronze colour.
For £4.99 this is pretty reasonable. If it wasn't a free gift it might have been something I'd have paid for anyway if I was in need of a new blush just because it's so sweet. It's great for keeping in your handbag and reapplying through the day and it's very convenient too as you simply twist the spring loaded lid and go about your application. There's no mess, no fall out and no need for brushes.
Have you tried the Seventeen Cosmetics Cheek Stamp Blush? Let me know what you thought in the comments.