The packaging of Topshop cream blushes are sleek and small with a mirror inside. The white outer packaging gets dirty pretty quickly but since the packaging is very sturdy and functional that's just a minor issue for me. You get 4 grams of product with this blush which isn't a lot but since I personally have a ton of blushes I'm not going to finish this anytime soon.
Flush is a bright warm toned pink and somewhat similar to Illamasqua's blush in Hussy. The colour is perfect for both neutral makeup and pairs well with very dark lips. I find that Topshop's cream blushes are best applied with a synthetic brush and any of my Real Techniques face brushes work well. This blush dries to a powder finish and can easily be re-applied over powder or liquid makeup. This is important because the lasting power of this particular blush is AWFUL. My other Topshop blush, Neon Rose lasts much longer in comparison. In the 9 hours that I tend to wear this blush I have to reapply this about 4 times and considering it is 3 times the price of the MUA cream blush I reviewed that's pretty stupid if you ask me.
Although I do love my other Topshop cream blush (Neon Rose) my experience with Flush has made me reconsider purchasing more. I do think a lot of Topshop makeup products are great (mainly their lipsticks and mascara) but I'd give their Cream Blush in Flush a pass.
Availability: Topshop (Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal) or Topshop.com