As you can see this has been well loved and as soon as I hit pan, I thought why haven't I done a review about this blush. I picked this up on a whim as I had a voucher to spend, and wanted a blush that would add a little glow to my cheeks.
Despite being labelled as a Pale Blush, it adds as natural flush and looks lovely matched up with my pale pinkish skin tone or when I'm tanned. The formula is a smooth, finely milled powder and using my Eco-tools blush brush, the product picks up easily and you only only need to lightly sweep it across the apples of your cheeks.
I love the packaging too, it's very reminiscent of Chanel, it's smart and comes with a small mirror which is always handy to have! It lasts all day and easily rivals some of the more expensive blushs of Nars.
M&S Autograph Pure Colour Powder Blush is available for £7.00 instore and online.
Have you tried any of the M&S Autograph range?