Too Faced Love Flush Blush (How Deep is Your Love?)'s a pretty long name. The actual name is Love Flush Long-Lasting 16-Hour Flush. Phew! These new blushes come in 6 shades (named after song titles with the word "love" in them) with the claim that it obviously lasts for 16 hours. You can find them at Sephora and Ulta online (unfortunately, not in stores) or Macy's in store (where I got this), for $26.

I'm not going to lie, I was attracted to the packaging. The blush comes in bright colored plastic heart shaped packaging, which totally resembles the Polly Pockets I had when I was little (90's version when they were actually pocket-sized, not the horrendous 2000's noodle-liked doll):

And come on, who doesn't go gaga over Too Faced packaging?! Everything from chocolate-scented and inspired eyeshadow palettes to heart-shaped products to liquid lipsticks in luxurious paint tube's enough to make my heart flutter. I chose the shade "How Deep is Your Love?" Because it's described as a watermelon pink, so it's the darkest and most flattering for my tan skin and it adds a pop for the summer. 

The blush even has engraved design with bunnies and heart shapes! It was too pretty to use is...but oh well...

I would say it's pretty long lasting, but I haven't worn it for full 16 hours yet. I may have worn it for 10–12 hours, so it does live up to it's claim, especially when you use setting spray like I do. 

Despite the bright colored containers and how the blush appears inside, it's actually fairly sheer, but buildable. You can swipe once for a more natural and muted look or you can keep building up until you get the desired saturation. Personally I want a pop of color, especially if I spend $26 on something that claims to be long lasting.

Left: One swipe. Right: 3 swipes.

And here is how it looks on me...excuse my bumps, my face does not look like that in real life...that was the Becca Champagne Pop highlighter (with Jaclyn Hill)...and for some reason, highlighters make my teeny barely existent pores look larger...and if anyone has advice on that, I'd love to listen! Unless I have to do Facetune:

I would say it's totally worth the price! You can always find something that suites your skintone (Your Love is King and How Deep Is Your Love is suited for my skin and darker). Here are the other shades  (pic credit goes to the Classified Chic here):

Has anyone tried these? What are your favorite shades? Don't hesitate to comment below!