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  • I decided to buy a Jane mineral blush in Satin because with the rebate, it was free, and I'm always willing to get free cosmetics, of course
  • It is a beautiful true pink color that looks amazing on the apples of my cheeks because it gives me this really pretty flushed color, like I had just been out running or in the cold
  • That is definitely a benefit from using the Jane mineral blushes, in my opinion
  • One thing I don't like about the Jane mineral blushes is the fact that you have to get the powder from the lid because if you get it straight from the jar, you'll get too much on your brush, and it would look too pink on your cheeks
  • It is probably about five dollars at a drugstore, and it is definitely worth it

    • by Kelairyy
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      I first was introduced to Jane products at Walgreens when they had rebates for Jane blushes. Since I don’t usually go to Walgreens and that’s the only place where I live that sells Jane products, I never really tried them before that day. I decided to buy a Jane mineral blush in Satin because with the rebate, it was free, and I’m always willing to get free cosmetics, of course. I am so glad I did because this is the one of the only blushes I use right now. It is amazing! It is a beautiful true pink color that looks amazing on the apples of my cheeks because it gives me this really pretty flushed color, like I had just been out running or in the cold. My cheeks are usually

      not pink, so I usually look kind of tired or sick, but with this blush I look wide awake; it’s great! It gives me a really natural blush, but it is still visible enough to see, just not too over the top. Also, since it is mineral blush, that means it is talc free. Talc is a primary ingredient in lots of powders, blushes, and eyeshadows, and people believe too much exposure to talc can lead to cancer, so it is nice that this blush is talc free, so I don’t have to worry so much about health risks. That is definitely a benefit from using the Jane mineral blushes, in my opinion.

      I love this color! Since it is a mineral blush, I usually get some blush from the lid with ...


      • my brush and put it on the apples of my cheeks. This looks great for everyday; it is not shimmery or ostentatious. It just looks really nice and pinky, and it makes my cheeks rosy and slightly flushed. I just this pretty much everyday, and the staying power is great. I don’t have any problems with this blush wearing off in the middle of the day. This is good because some blushes I’ve tried lasted about an hour and then wore off, which sucked because blush isn’t that easy to carry around because you also have to carry a brush. Also, I’ve had my blush for a few months now and there is still so much left; this is probably going to take two years to use up or something.

        One thing

        I don’t like about the Jane mineral blushes is the fact that you have to get the powder from the lid because if you get it straight from the jar, you’ll get too much on your brush, and it would look too pink on your cheeks. One time, all the mineral blush was gone from the lid, and I needed to put on blush, so I tried to get some straight from the jar, but I got too much accidentally. When I put it on, I looked like a clown because my cheeks were so pink. It was a nuisance to try and clean up. But overall, this is a really nice blush, and it is very cheap too. It is probably about five dollars at a drugstore, and it is definitely worth it!




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