Romand Blush Duo Review


I saw these blush duos from a newer company Romand that is a mid range brand and the colors that they offered looked gorgeous so I thought I would get one and give it a try.You get 9g or product for $21.05 I purchased it here. Let’s see how this blush performed.


This blush is offered in four different shades I chose the shade plumb pink the rest of the shades are listed below. I wanted to try and shy away from shades I usually get, the peach scandal or the pink crush, and thought the plumb pink would be great for winter. The packaging looks very pretty but feels very cheap. In the compact you do get a nice little brush for touch ups and there is a clear plastic divider between the brush and the product.

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The shade in the pan is a very pretty berry plumb shade. I swirled the shades together and applied this this to my cheeks and this is a very light wash of color when first applied that I had to really build up to get the pigmentation I wanted on. Once I really packed the color onto my face it was noticeably faded by the end of the night.

So…as soon as I opened this blush I say I had two others that were incredible similar to this blush. The Tarte Blushing Bride and Too Faced Justify my Love are in the same family as the Romand blush.

Final Thoughts: 3/5 This blush is really a meh for me. The pigmentation and the staying power didn’t meet my expectation for a blush I am paying over $20 for. The color is very pretty and you do have the nice possibility of customizing the color. But I just don’t love this product.

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