Review | ELF Baked Blush in Peachy Cheeky

Want to know my thoughts on the ELF Baked Blush in Peachy Cheeky?
Review | ELF Baked Blush in Peachy Cheeky

What is it?
It’s a baked blush from Eyes Lips Face which can be used wet or dry.
Review | ELF Baked Blush in Peachy Cheeky
The ELF Baked Blush in Peachy Cheeky retails at £3.75 for 6g and is available to purchase on the ELF Cosmetics website.
Peachy Cheeky comes in a black compact with a clear lid. I’m not going to lie, the packaging isn’t the sturdiest and I do often fear of dropping the blush which would probably create a huge mess so I do take caution when handling the product.
Review | ELF Baked Blush in Peachy Cheeky
My thoughts
Despite containing quite dark veining, Peachy Cheeky is a fairly pale peach shade. I can personally pull it off as a blush when my skin is untanned as I am very pale and when tanned, I tend to find it’s more of a highlighter rather than a blush. Either on it’s own or teamed up with another blush, I find it looks super pretty and gives the skin a beautiful glow which is actually quite natural on the cheeks. I wouldn’t say it’s as natural looking as say the Soap and Glory Glow All Out but it is close. In terms of texture, it blends like dream and is very silky which makes application easy as pie. Also, because it’s a baked product you can use it either wet or dry depending on your colour pay off preference. I personally prefer to use it dry just because I like to wear my blusher, very, very natural and light and although the pigmentation of Peachy Cheeky is splendid when used dry, when used wet it is fairly intense which means I find myself having to be much more cautious to avoid an over the top look, although the colour is unreal so if you’re brave enough to sport more intense shades, I’d recommend trying the blush wet. In terms of wear time it lasted roughly around 6 hours which is good but Peach Cheeky definitely doesn’t have as good staying power as it’s sister Passion Pink but hey ho.
Review | ELF Baked Blush in Peachy Cheeky | Swatch/Swatches
  • Cheap
  • Blends well
  • Pretty shade
  • Has good pigmentation
  • Can be used as a blush or a highlighter
  • Has a silky texture
  • Good staying power


  • Packaging isn’t the best
Like the rest of the ELF Baked Blush range, I love Peachy Cheeky. It’s a pretty shade and the formula is well worth the price. I’d highly recommend checking it out.
Shannon xo
  • Life of Verity

    It's quite a light shade but I think it would even look gorgeous on top of another blush as a highlight! xxx

    Verity | Life of Verity

    • Shannon Wilson

      It sure would :) xo

  • Candy floss cloud

    Looks awesome :). I think your right about a highlighter especially in the summer to give you a bronzed kinda look. Might work I dunno?

    • Shannon Wilson

      Lovely isn't it? :) xo

  • Georgina Fox

    It's very pretty, not sure if I'd want more OOMF.

    TBH anything with 'baked' in the title for some reason makes me want it – something to do with cakes/baking? Ha

    Georgina at

    • Shannon Wilson

      I know what you mean Georgina, I'm an absolute sucker for baked products xo

  • Laura Lages

    Its looks really beautiful :) i have the one in Pinktastic and i use as an highlighter but next time i order something from ELF i'll be wanting to check other shades that i can actually use as a blush :) xx

    • Shannon Wilson

      Pinktastic is one of my absolute favourites! xo

  • TikiLon

    I love the color. It looks very light and natural

    • Shannon Wilson

      Me too, it's gorgeous :) xo

  • Katherines Corner

    pretty, I am not familiar with this brand. Thank you for helping to make the Thursday Favorite Things Blog hop so much fun. Big Hugs ♥

    • Shannon Wilson

      No problem! :) xo