Le Métier de Beauté's cream cheek product reminded me a lot of Bobbi Brown's pot rouge. Both come in a hard-shell black, round casing and can be used on lips and cheeks although I wouldn't recommend using LMBD's Creme Fresh Tint on flakey, sensitive lips, since it's supposed to be a cream-to-powder product and can easily dry out one's lips even worse. The Creme Fresh Tint, in fact, is a little creamier than the pot rouge, but just as pigmented. It retails for 28$, which makes it pricier by 4$ compared to the Pot Rouge.
Honestly, I don't know why I got the product at all. I never use cream blushes, neither on my cheeks nor on my lips (because that's what specially formulated lipsticks are for), the colour ain't unique, either, it is a stunner, but also something I could easily live without. My local SA probably just talked me into getting it at any cost, so it might last forever in my stash. It's certainly not a bad product, it does what it's supposed to do, it's long-lasting and pleasantly staining, the overall concept just ain't my thing.
Considering I was involved in a really bad accident recently, I feel like taking a small break from blogging to prepare new posts and looks, which might distract me from replaying the seconds till the other car crashed into mine over and over again. It probably traumatized me more than I would ever admit and the injuries still hurt, since it's only 'Day 2'. I just hope you'll be loyal to the blog and me and patiently wait till I feel okay enough to return to blogging.
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