Today I have another MUA Blush to share with you all,
I am trying to pick up all the shades and construct a swatch gallery but we shall see.
MUA solo blushes come in 6 shades and are part of the £1 range!

As with all the regular MUA cosmetic line this is simply packaged
In what has now become MUA’s trademark uniform-
Black and transparent plastic casing with a silver font.
It looks sleek and professional not to mention more expensive than it’s £1 price point,
it is easy to stop what shade is housed inside thanks to the clear lid
and the packaging does a fairly decent job of protecting what is inside
but word of warning the powder blushes are fairly soft
and do shatter easily.

Shade 3 is a deep rust shade - a blend of dusky pink and brown,
surprisingly this shade is cool in tone but not so much that you should really worry about it.
To me Shade 3 is quite similar to Benefit Dallas not so much is shade
but they both give a cool toned bronze pink look.
Shade 3 is not matte in formula and has a light shimmer finish.
Fair tones should approach with a light hand as this is fairly pigmented.

Unsurprisingly the pigmentation of this blush is really good,
one swipe through was all I needed for my swatch
and for application one swipe was more than enough for both cheeks.
Shade 3 has great colour pay off without being chalky.
The formula is soft so do tread lightly or you will smash the pan,
which I have personally done on occasion.
The blush wears really well – on un-primed skin around 5/6 hours
and on primed skin around 8 hours before any signs of wear appeared,
that is on oily skin so normal/dry skins should have a longer wear time.

Product Summary
Round Up – A mid toned cool pink blush.
Best For – Cooler skin tones, an everyday work/school blush.
Pigmentation – (7/10) Really decent for such a bargain price.
Availability – Selected Superdrugs and via the MUA store - link