I loved my sample of this airy blush; it feels totally weightless on the skin and is a gorgeous texture to work around the cheeks. Although the shade looks very bright for a nude look blush when it comes out of the tube, you really only do need the tiniest bit and you can build colour for the look you’re after. It’s got Microfil 3D (nope, no idea!) which is apparantly what gives it the very airy formula – oh and if there’s any left over on your finger, dab it on your lips and slick with a clear gloss. Blushing Fabric comes in three shades and is on counters from 1st July 2010, priced: £28.
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