Ciate Glow-To Blush

These are the best thing that Ciate has done in a while. The Glow-To blushes are full of detailing – bows and stars – and the starry casing is beautiful.

Ciate Blush

The texture is powder, but it’s actually quite an oily formulation which makes blending better and the product feel softer, but it is something to note if your skin hates oily formulas.

Ciate Glow-To Blush

Now don’t judge! I carved this one up to see if the gold sheen pigment that gives the illuminating aspect went all the way through rather than just being an over-spray. Sure enough, it’s all the way through.

Ciate Glow-To Blush

I think the ratio of glow to blush is perfect – you definitely get a light hit sheen with each stroke and it doesn’t seem to disrupt the colour distribution. In the swatch from bottom to top: Summer Love, Baby Doll, Pinch Me, Matchmaker and Date Night. The marbling effect is different from product to product (I imagine as a result of two colours being poured together – you will never get the same result twice). Despite the fact that I think these are gorgeous, I still think they’re pricy at £22 HERE, and that Ciate pitches itself into a market level that I can’t quite see it as. But, in terms of producing beautiful looking product they get better and better. I think these blushes are for the pretty-magpies.

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