I found that this product reacts to your skin tone giving you a natural blush.
I found that if I set my foundation with a transluscent setting powder,before applying the blush it will last much longer.
Hi! Try not to put on a moisturizer that is too oily (because this blush is a bit slippery) and a primer is always a must! Also, if you apply the blush, then apply some pressed or loose power then re-apply that can help. That trick also works for lipstick. Good luck! I had the same issue with staying on.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
(New York City)
I use it over foundation and then use a little powder to make it last longer.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
My experience is that it is suppose to fade when you just put it on, but then gets activated when you naturally blush or your skin changes temperature. I recommend simply reapplying when you feel the need. Hope this helps!
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
Aftering applying o-glow I sweep Dandelion by Benefit over my cheeks and face, this will set in the color and will last all day.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
(Los Angeles, CA)
In Bobbi Brown's book, Beauty Rules, she talks about blush-fadage. If it does happen, she recommends applying two "coats" or "layers" of blush. I haven't had any problems with staying power when I use O-GLOW but I apply two coats. I apply it to both cheeks, wait a minute so it can dry and just reapply. If it's too much color apply some pressed powder over it. Usually, though, it looks good to go! Hope I helped!
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
(Grand Rapids, MI)
I always use a finishing powder with this product...in my case, i use the Mineral Veil from the Bare Escentuals line...works great and still looks smooth and natural
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
To keep it from fading, I use my mineral make-up first, then this over the top. It still works smashingly well (sorry, too cute).
answered 4 years ago
If you haven't tried Benetint I would suggest you do. The consistance is completely different but the stain last forever. You still get that natural glow you would get with o glow.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
Do you use a primer? That could make all the difference. I've had very good luck with Smashbox's Photo Finish Primer while using this product. Hope this helps :]
answered 5 years ago