Stila Convertible Colour - Lillium

Product Information

  • 2 in 1 Lipstick and blush formula
  • Creamy tint
  • Sleek mirrored compact
  • Smooth, non-greasy texture
  • Tap onto cheeks and press onto lips
  • Available in 9 shades

Price: $40 AUD from Mecca Cosmetics

Size : 4.25g

Shade: Lillium


ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, lanolin oil, beeswax\cera alba\cire d’abeille, microcrystalline wax\cera microcristallina\cire microcristalline, octyldodecanol, phenyl trimethicone, ozokerite, caprylic/capric triglyceride, hydrogenated palm kernel glycerides, ethylhexyl palmitate, isononyl isononanoate, c12-15 alkyl benzoate, tocopheryl acetate, hydrogenated palm glycerides, bht, [+/- mica, titanium dioxide (ci 77891), iron oxides (ci 77491, ci 77492, ci 77499), bismuth oxychloride (ci 77163), blue 1 lake (ci 42090), carmine (ci 75470), manganese violet (ci 77742), red 7 lake (ci 15850), red 22 lake (ci 45380), red 28 lake (ci 45410), red 30 lake (ci 73360), red 33 lake (ci 17200), red 34 lake (ci 15880), ultramarines (ci 77007), yellow 5 lake (ci 19140), yellow 6 lake (ci 15985)] 



This is my first cream blush, it was quite easy to apply with a brush (I didn't adhere to the finger tapping method because it didn't seem to blend too well).

I have olive skin and it gives me a natural flush, not too pink.

 Very sleek mirror compact :)

The hair from your brush will get stuck in the blush -- I use a tooth pick to pick them out.. but you'll also get tiny fluff and what not as well. So, I really wouldn't use this as a lip product after I've dipped my brush into it. I guess you'll have to decide whether you want it as a blush or lip colour.

I didn't like it as a lip colour because it dried out my lips, it's quite a few shades lighter than my natural lip colour so it made me look washed out.

It's not as long wearing as my powder blushes.


Maybe,  it takes me a long time to finish a blush and I'd like to try some other brands of cream blush for comparison.


US based:


  1. I just can't get the hang of cream blush application. My skin is so dry it just drinks it up and I end up with splotches of uneven colour lol...

    Jac x0x

    1. Oh my god yes! I've been using rosehip oil for the past year and it has changed my skin dramatically. I wasn't able to use this blush without making my peeling skin more noticeable. Luckily, my skin had a sporadic turn around!.. but i think it also depends on the weather, I can't use cream blush during winter hehe.

  2. It is a pretty colour but I have to say that it is quite pricey for a blusher. :) I normally pay no more than £15 for blushers. :P

    As it is creamy textured it gathers a lot of unwanted dust or hair. ><

    1. The prices here are a bit ridiculous, it's usually double of whatever the cost is overseas. Oh you are so right, I would never fork out $40 for a blusher!! Thank goodness for websites like StrawberryNet and online shopping!!!

  3. What a pretty color :) i used to own several of these Stila cream blushes but I could never finish them! :p And they are quite pricey, even here in the US. But it's a great multitasker :D

    1. Oooh how much are they in the US? I thought I bought this in a stila set, it ended up being around $10 I think. I've never finished a blush :( I better start putting in effort :P


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