Adorn Cosmetics is an Australian make-up and skincare brand that doesn't compromise on ethics, quality or luxury. Their products are cruelty free, non-toxic, vegan and Australia made & owned.

TOP is an Australian organic beauty & lifestyle shop, and they've also recently launched their USA site! They carry a great range of products and Australian brands - including Ere Perez, Simple As That, Nudus, Erica Brooke and Nilly & Booth. 


In the pan, the Adorn Cosmetics Mineral & Organic Cream Blush in Spring looks very nude, and actually quite close to the foundation shade above. At first glance I wasn't entirely sure how well it would even show on my skin, or how flattering it would be. 

Spring comes out as a flattering warm peach/nude on the skin - not so peachy or nude that it disappears or looks odd, but rather, gives a very natural flush of colour to the skin, and it's perfect for pairing with a bronzer or sculpted cheek. It's perfect for bringing a natural warmth and colour to the skin. 

Consistency, Wear & Application

The Adorn Cosmetics Mineral & Organic Cream Blush has a cream-to-powder finish. It doesn't have a really balm-like texture dries to an almost powder-like finish. It isn't dry, or matte, however. I would say it has a satin finish. 

The colour lasts all day, and doesn't fade or become patchy. Some cream blushes can fade very quickly if they are too creamy/balmy, but the Adorn Cosmetics Mineral & Organic Cream Blush stays put. 

I simply use my finger tips to pat this onto the apples of my cheeks, then blend upwards and outwards.

Packaging & Ingredients

The Adorn Cosmetics Mineral & Organic Cream Blush comes in a lightweight, compact pot, with a clear screw-top lid. It fits nicely into my make-up bag without taking up much space, and as it is so lightweight, it would be great for travel, too.  


I love this for a cream blush option, that isn't overly dewy and is lightweight on the skin. I also love that new Australian brands are emerging on the green beauty scene!

You can find all Adorn Cosmetics at The Organic Project in Australia AND the USA.

Kelsey xx
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