Lovers of glowy blushes, rejoice! I have found the next best thing for you in By Terry‘s new Terrybly Densiliss Blush (what a name). With 6 shades that aren’t your run-of-the-mill options, these beauties are out to win blush connoisseurs’ hearts! I got to take *Bohemian Flirt (6) out for a spin, and I have a hunch that this youthful radiant pink will please many.
By Terry Terrybly Densiliss Blush (6 grams/0,21 oz. 54 euros at Ici Paris XL. If I remember it right, only 5 stores have a display. It is easier to purchase online) is housed in a hefty metallic compact that is reflective all around. It goes without saying that this kind of packaging is a fingerprint magnet. Fortunately, it does come in a soft velvet pouch with which you can wipe the surface down. The brush is made from synthetic fibers. I personally find it a little scratchy, but it will work in a pinch.
By Terry Bohemian Flirt Terrybly Densiliss Blush (6) seems like a cool-toned light pink in pan, but the incredibly pigmented yet blendable nature makes it workable across different skin tones. While you see quite some shimmer close-up, on the face it translates into an ethereal sheen. It is not the type of shimmer that reads frosty or emphasizes pores. Instead, it makes the skin look ultra smooth, radiant, and youthful!
By Terry Bohemian Flirt Terrybly Densiliss Blush layered/blended out:
The texture of Bohemian Flirt is out of this world. It is finely-milled and tightly-packed to the point that the brush doesn’t seem to disturb the surface of the powder at all, yet you can pick enough product up with zero effort. It pretty much blends itself out on the skin as well, so you won’t have to diffuse the edges like mad! I personally find the finish glowy enough for me to forgo highlighter, but it doesn’t end up looking greasy.
You have seen Bohemian Flirt on me in the two following looks:
By gram, By Terry Bohemian Pink Terrybly Densiliss Blush is definitely the priciest blush I have tried. However, for the most part, the price point and the quality correspond. I would recommend this to blush veterans who are always on the lookout for a good glow. There is good, and there is exquisite. This one definitely belongs to the latter category. I think those who have “seen it all” in terms of blushes will get a good kick out of this!
What is your favorite blush finish? For me it is probably a shimmery one that doesn’t look shimmery on the cheeks. With my skin type, a lot of blushes that people term as radiant end up looking too much (*cough* Benefit Coralista *cough*), so this “shimmery that doesn’t read shimmery” thing is actually not that easy to find!