Physicians Formula Happy Booster Glow & Mood Boosting Blush in Rose - Geez that's a mouthfull! I don't think the name of the product NEEDED to be that long, but what a fun looking blush!
I've never used anything from this brand before, but when I saw the pics of the blushes and face powders I had to check it out. Um... couldn't.find.anywhere. Any place I went to look for this was sold out. ALL the time. Luckily, I must have hit my local Wal-Mart right when they restocked. I grabbed up the Rose color and ran off to the register.
The Rose shade has a nice pigment to it and is soft and glowy. I don't know if I felt a definate MOOD boost, but I did smile a bit ;) If I can find it again, I will definately purchase the second blush in Natural.
1. It comes with the most ridiculous brush. IMO, take a buck off the price and nix the brush. It's thin and flimsy and I'm not sure who would actually want to use it to apply ANYthing with.
2. The compact is attached to the packaging. This makes no sense to me. It wasn't attached enough to be a theft deterrant, so I'm not sure of the reason for it. Sadly, when you take it off the box it rips some of the pretty pinkness off of the compact. Boo.
Even with the minor cons of this one product I've tried, Physicians Formula is definately a brand I'll be keeping my eye on!
These are actually available at Ulta.com for $11.99 each (plus Ulta now boasts $3.50 off of any $10 purchase and free shipping when you spend $50). Retail on them varies...I paid $10 something plus tax for this at my local WalMart. I've also heard some of these have coupons attached, so you might want to keep your eye out for those as well.