Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Physician's Formula Happy Glow & Mood Boosting Blush in Rose: Available to Ireland!


On a recent post about What to Buy in the States one of the brands I lamented our inability to access was the budget beauty, super cute brand, Physician's Formula Inc. Lo and behold the very lovely All the Little Things let us know in the comments that iHerb.com - provider of cut price Real Techniques brushes  is also our saviour when it comes to Physician's Formula!

Physician's Formula Happy Glow & Mood Boosting Blush in Rose: $11.36 = €8.39!
I immediately logged into my iHerb account, less than a tenner and just under two weeks later, this absolute beaut arrived at my door. The Physician's Formula Happy Glow & Mood Boosting Blush in Rose. Was my mood boosted? Hells to the yesh. I mean look at it. Just look at it. 


Packaging appreciators will adore this bright fuchsia metallic compact. The sturdy mirror and soft, surprisingly long brush hidden in the bottom compartment belie the budget price attached to this mood boosting booster too. I lie not when I tell you I take a second just to look at this blush before I use it, every single time. 


Close up you can see the slight differences in each of the hearts and the micro glitter that helps give your cheeks the flattering fresh rosy glow without being overwhelmingly Edward Cullen-a-like. It's hypoallergenic, paraben free, non comedogenic and extremely pretty but how is the pigment I hear you ask...


In answer? They're blahhdy beautiful, I've swatched each heart seperately here. You can see that not only is the colour payoff bright and even but the glitter is kept to a minimum. You can use the provided brush to single out one colour but a swirl of the ultra soft lot gives the most natural, most wearable look in my opinion. 

You'll find this particular Mood Booster on iHerb.com here but remember that the CherrySue discount code is still live and RLL469 will get you between $5 and $10 off that. 

There are whispers afoot that Physician Formula will be making its UK debut before this year is out but if their comparative Real Techniques prices are anything to go by, I'll be sticking with iHerb for my PF fix for now. 

Nice, right? 
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