Smashbox L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Color

Disclaimer: PR Sample. See bottom.

Smash box L.A. Lights blendable lip & Cheek color in Beverly hills blush swatches review on BeautyJudy

I’ve been thinking about how my beauty routine might change in a few months when I get done maternity leave and I’m charged with getting not just me ready for work in the morning, but baby ready for day care.

I may seek out multitasking beauty products, like Smashbox L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Color, to help me save time but still look put together by my own standards!

My workday makeup routine is already pretty simple, usually consisting of: foundation, blush, brow gel, lippie. Sometimes, powder and bronzer, too. But I think every minute is going to count when I’m suddenly juggling my demanding career with a demanding infant!

I recently got to test drive L.A. Lights in Beverly Hills Blush – a wearable peachy-pink with golden shimmer (similar to NARS Orgasm but more pinky I think):

Smash box L.A. Lights blendable lip & Cheek color in Beverly hills blush swatches review on BeautyJudy

On one end is a chubby, dome-shaped cheek and lip color, and on the other end is a sponge you can use to blend the product in:

Smash box L.A. Lights blendable lip & Cheek color in Beverly hills blush swatches review on BeautyJudy

The sponge is super soft.

The first time I wore Beverly Hills Blush, I ran the stick across my cheeks, then tried using the sponge to blend. However, I quickly abandoned the sponge and preferred using my fingertips to blend the product out – it felt much faster and easier/more effective to use my fingers to blend.

After that, I ran the stick over my lips and voila! Two birds, one stone.

Smash box L.A. Lights blendable lip & Cheek color in Beverly hills blush swatches review on BeautyJudy
Smash box L.A. Lights blendable lip & Cheek color in Beverly hills blush swatches review on BeautyJudy
Smash box L.A. Lights blendable lip & Cheek color in Beverly hills blush swatches review on BeautyJudy

I couldn’t believe how creamy and easy to blend this was, and how it glided on my lips so easily. It has great pigment and it gave me a great glow.

L.A. Lights has earned a permanent home in my cheeks and lip rotation.

There are five shades of L.A. Lights, which retails for $29 and can be found here on Smashbox’s website or where Smashbox is sold. I want to add one more to my rotation – I’m eyeing the Silver Lake Sunset shade!

Have you tried L.A. Lights yet? Do you like a multi-tasking product?

Disclaimer: I received the L.A. Lights for review from the PR Firm/Manufacturer in a press bag at The Makeup Show NYC. Please visit my Disclosure tab for more information on how BeautyJudy.com keeps it real!