Swatch/Mini Review: Canmake Cream Cheek in 01 Peach Dream

This is the second and last post in my “series” on Canmake products. You can read my intro and the first post here.

Canmake Cream Cheek is a cream blusher. The shade 01 Peach Dream is a cool peach with micro-shimmer that leans a little more towards pink than orange.

The consistency is very fluffy and colour payoff is not bad. The micro-shimmer is also barely visible after application so those who worry about enlarged pores or whatnot shouldn’t worry.

There aren’t really any cons to the product itself. It blends easily and without fuss and you don’t require a lot to get a nice, natural flush. The only cons that I can think of are its limited available outside of Japan and its somewhat flimsy packaging. I’m worried that the container might not be as airtight, so the product might dry up after a while…

Other than that, if you can find a shade that you like in Canmake’s offerings of 8 shades, then you’re good to go. If you are not in Japan, you can buy this from Ichibankao.

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4 thoughts on “Swatch/Mini Review: Canmake Cream Cheek in 01 Peach Dream

  1. Really cute color, thanks for the rwview 🙂

    Since I’m just starting on the world of makeup (still tons of things to learn about), I have one question, probably a stupid one, but I need to know: what’s the difference between creme and powder blushes? Is one kind better than the other, or is it just a matter of personal preference?

    • Hi! Cream blush is blush in cream form and powder is of course in powder form. I personally prefer powder because it is easier to apply, but it is a matter of personal preference =)

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