I've actually planned to get Stila Convertible Color in Gladiola, which I mentioned in my April wishlist but got this one instead. I fell in love with it straight away after swatching it on my hand, it's called Lillium and it's a really nice, natural-looking pink shade. It doesn't have any shimmer to it, it's more of a matt colour which is great because I've noticed most of my blushes are shimmery. The product can be used on lips and cheeks, however I don't ever use it on my lips, it just doesn't look too great. It looks amazing on the cheeks though, it's my new favourite blush in fact. It's best to be applied with a brush, as it's really well pigmented and I always tend to accidentally put too much when I use my fingers. Lillium gives my cheeks a healthy look and if you are as pale as me, this shade is just perfect. It lasts up to 6 hours, which is fairly good and can be layered over with a powder blush to help it stay on longer. I absolutely love the creamy texture of this product, it's so easy to blend and it's buildable, you can use as much as you want to get the desired amount of flush. It didn't leave any patches on my skin or made it greasy, so yeah. That's Stila Convertible Color in Lillium, my first Stila product actually and definitely not last. In fact I still want to try Gladiola but again, there is a shade I want to try a little more - Gerbera. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to try out cream blushes or is just simply looking for a new blush.
Do you prefer cream or powder blushes? What's the best cream blush you tried?
Stila Convertible Color in Lillium: £16