The lovely sweet (pretty over the top) container has got 10 hearts in it, which form the actual product. The shades offered are pink petal and orange, out of which I picked the latter one as I already own way too many pink blushers! The individual hearts differ in shades (3 of one shade, 3 of another and 4 of the last one), the orange blush has got oranges, pinks and bronzed tones in it.
Although I initially assumed that it was goin’ to be easier to use a brush to pick up the pigment, the powder puff actually works way better! You just swipe it a few times over the hearts and it picks up the colour nicely. I was really surprised by the pigmentation (didn’t expect a lot to in the first place be honest) and the staying power (whole day at work, WHOLE day!). The colour itself is not too shimmery, I would say rather matte-looking with an odd shimmer here & there. Overall, I cannot complain really. It’s a lovely product, just for the brilliant packaging it comes in! The only little thing that someone could find as a con is that there are only 10 little hearts of the product, and well, there could be a few more just to make the container look slightly fuller! Oh, and if you want to have a look at the pink variant, here’s a link to a damn good review!
You can get this blush from a number of Asian cosmetics sellers online, or simply just go on E-bay like I did. I got it for about £14, however I’ve seen prices way way waaaay higher than that, so be careful who you’re buying it from! There are many more pretty products in the collection and I hope to get my mitts on a few more! Pay day, come faster please, aha!