Clove + Hallow Hydratint

What is it about liquid cheek color that makes me so happy? I was a Dr. Perricone No Blush Blush fiend before I switched over to natural products.  I love the simplicity of being able to swipe it on and pat it in – brush optional. But the market for a true liquid blush in the green world was pretty limited, until now.

Meet Hydratint*.

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This liquid blush is housed in a nail polish-like bottle (the applicator is a brush like a polish, too). The shade Nakey is a peachy-nude color. I have so many pink based blushes – what can I say, I’m a creature of habit! I finally decided to break that streak and branch out. Boyyy, am I glad that I did, because this shade is just too pretty!

With my former love of Perricone, I expected this to be similar in formulation. In some ways it is, however this is so much more pigmented. Why would I expect anything less from Clove + Hallow? Seriously, everything they make packs some serious bang for your buck. (See my review on their concealer here.) It’s so lightweight in texture though, and blends like a dream.


^^   See this full look ft. Nakey, here!   ^^

I also have the shade Blossom, a soft nude baby pink. This adds just the right amount of color without competing with the rest of your makeup.


The formula is surprisingly simple, containing ingredients like hyaluronic acid and meadowfoam which hydrate and lock moisture into the skin. One ingredient, PVP, is not ‘natural’; it’s a water soluble plasticizer. Fear not though: it’s rated a 1 on the EWG SkinDeep database.

Much like my other Clove + Hallow loves, this wears comfortably and beautifully all day long. I can’t wait to try some of the other shades!

Shop all Clove + Hallow here*

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