Goodness! The Autograph Multi Blush is SO much better in real life than the promo pictures that I showed a few weeks ago. For a start, the blush and highlighter are much smaller than I had anticipated – more of a (generous) eye-shadow size, which in my view makes them better because they’re much more delicate.
The highlighter has plenty of nuance to it – irridescence with flashes of gold and pearl; it’s really very, very pretty. The blush is a perfect pop of pink but again has some gold accents to it. Think NARS Orgasm taken down a few tones, with a little less flashy glitter. It’s that kind of thing, anyway.
You have no idea how much I didn’t want to swatch the Autograph Multi Blush or the Highlighter – I just didn’t want to disturb them in any way because these are going straight in my ‘collect’ drawer, alongside my Chanel and Dior Limited Editions. I know they’re an *hommage* (cough, cough) to Guerlain, but they’re honestly done so beautifully. If you’re a make up magpie, you won’t be disappointed with one of these for your collection. They’re £12 HERE.
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