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Kaja Beauty Cheeky Stamp Blendable Blush swatch

Kaja Dream Puff Radiant Mousse Primer, Cat Nap Under Eye Brightener & Mochi Pop Bouncy Blush Review + Swatches

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Hello. How are you all? I can’t believe it’s been more than a month since the lockdown. Entering the fifth week of social distancing is starting to feel like a drag. I miss a lot of things and I’m sure you miss a lot of stuff too. I still hope that this is all going to be over soon but in the meantime, let’s put on some makeup and pretend like we’re going somewhere nice and fun 😀. Speaking of makeup, I have a few suggestions from Kaja Beauty which you may want to look into right now because Sephora is having a Spring Sale Event. Just use the code SPRINGSAVE.


There are a lot of Kaja Beauty products that I love. From their Stamp Wing Eyeliner (reviewed HERE) down to their Stamp Blushes (swatched HERE), Kaja is a brand that won’t disappoint and they keep having exciting new releases that will for sure make you curious. I had the opportunity to try their Mochi Pop Blushes, Mousse Primer, and their Cat Nap Under Eye Brightener, among other things. So, check out what I think about these products below.


Kaja Beauty Mochi Pop Bouncy Blush review


Mochi Pop Bouncy Blush (0.15 oz: 19 USD) – This is probably one of the best cream-to-powder bouncy blushes I’ve ever tried. Yes, the texture of this is really soft and totally bouncy to the touch, and most all, each compact is loaded with very pigmented shades that are very easy to blend with just the finger. Apart from the cute packaging, each blush shade is long-wearing and has subtle shimmers that add a slight dimension to the face especially during this bright season.


Kaja Beauty Mochi Pop Bouncy Blush


01 Aura – peach pink with golden shimmer

02 Atmosphere – muted neutral dusty rose with subtle shimmer

03 Spoils of Mars – fuchsia rose with subtle shimmer


Kaja Beauty Cat Nap Under Eye Brightener Review


Kaja Beauty Dream Puff Radiant Mousse Primer


Dream Puff Radiant Mousse Primer (1.94 oz: 19 USD) – This light and airy mousse primer which comes in only one shade (Peach Glow, a universal shimmering golden peach) gives a lit-from-within look or effect. This has Marshmallow Root Extract and Hyaluronic Acid that primes the skin and settles with a slight shimmery finish that can add radiance after every foundation. I really like this a lot especially when you want to add a touch of healthy-looking glow on the face. The only caveat is the dispenser which tends to release too much of the product. Other than that, this also blurs the pores and preps the skin for a nice canvas.


Kaja Beauty Cat Nap Under Eye Brightener


Cat Nap Under Eye Brightener (0.19 oz: 19 USD) – I was really curious about this undereye brightener. I wasn’t sure if this was going to conceal well or if this was just going to add some radiance along the undereye, or both. This also comes in one tone, which is quite peachy and has a radiant finish. I would describe this product as quite similar (or perhaps even better) than the Tatcha Pearl Tinted Eye Illuminator (seen HERE) which truly brightens the undereyes and gives you that fully wide-awake hydrated look but this won’t totally hide the dark circles well on its own. You may wear this alone for a naturally bright undereye, but you could also layer this with a concealer to totally hide the dark circles.


Bottom line, I love all these Kaja goodies especially now that we’re into sporting the natural look. The Mochi Pop Blushes are great for showcasing the natural curves of our cheeks, the Cat Nap Under Eye Brightener is also good for looking like we’ve been sleeping just fine 😀, and the Mousse Primer is perfect for that radiant look effect during this quarantine-era.


Kaja Mochi Pop Bouncy Blushes


Stay beautiful and healthy.


*Lots of thanks to Kaja Beauty for providing these products. All opinions and reviews herein are by the editor.





Kaja Beauty Cheeky Stamp Blendable Blush Review + Swatches


Kaja Beauty Cheeky Stamp Blendable Blushes


Hello! Remember when I reviewed the Kaja beauty goodies I tested a few months ago? If you have not read it yet, please check it out HERE. As you can see and remember, I really enjoyed and was totally impressed by the Kaja products I’ve tried. Their packaging looks fun, and their products are also very fun to use. But the fun doesn’t stop there. The quality of their products is also very good and high-performing. 


Kaja Beauty Cheeky Stamp Blendable Blush review


So, for this review, I’ll be showing you some of the shades of their Cheeky Stamp Blendable Blush (0.17 oz: 24 USD). This blush and its eye-catching design of the packaging is probably the cutest, most different, and most unique blusher I’ve ever tried. It comes in two parts: The upper part contains the heart-shaped applicator and the bottom part contains the saturated sponge of a certain color. You have to twist the upper part to reveal the heart applicator and pop open the bottom compact in order to dip/press the heart applicator to the sponge. Then stamp the applicator to your cheeks and blend. It has the same concept as most cushion foundations.


Kaja Beauty Cheeky Stamp Blendable Blush


01 Coy – dusty rose

02 Saucy – dusty mauve

03 Bossy – soft coral

05 Sassy – watermelon pink

06 Flirty – cherry blossom


Kaja Beauty Cheeky Stamp Blendable Blush swatch


This cushiony blush formula feels creamy and light. The shades can be easily blended from being sheer (stamp once) to more drama (stamp twice or more). The overall effect is very natural on the face, and it can be blended by just using the fingers. It also doesn’t move any foundation/makeup, and it lasts the whole day. I also love the amazing scent that the blush has because it’s really delightful. Also, it’s formulated without parabens, sulfates, and phthalates.


Kaja Beauty Cheeky Stamp blush


If you’re looking for beautiful, good quality blushes that are quick and easy to use, and with amazing lasting power, then I highly recommend these.


*Lots of thanks to Kaja Beauty (Sephora) for sending me the Coy and Bossy shades.


Kaja Beauty Cheeky Stamp Blendable Blush review


Do you own any of these blushes? What are your thoughts about them?