[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I’ve well and truly learned my lesson with these blushes! I received a couple of very light shades from the PR and I got in touch and said I wanted the bright shades instead to make an instagram reel. Let’s just say I have never come across anything so wildly pigmented in my whole life – no matter how much I blended (to camera), the colour just was not diffusing as I expected it to so I had to give up and start again!
That result was from three little dots of each on my cheeks. So, now we know that you have to use the tiniest, tiniest, micro amounts, I can start the review.
Thing I can be sure of is that if you buy one of these it will last you a life time even if you live to 105! The pink is called Comin’ In Hot Pink, the orange is Gorg Orange, the deep pink-neutral is Suave Mauve and the palest at the end is Peach Perfect.
From bottom to top is: Perfect Peach, Suave Mauve, Gorg Orange and Comin In Hot Pink.
In the end I had another go, this time using the blush as a bright mono lid and using – honestly – less than half a dot on my cheeks. If you use any of these shades you’re going to get a lot of pigment so I’d suggest you choose a shade a bit less bright than you’d normally wear – it’s hard to adequately express the level! Perfect Peach is a fantastic option for very pale tones because it’s really such a gentle colour presented in a strong way. If you have deeper tones you probably can use any of the other nine shades but again, even the deepest tone will need very, very little. They’re £7 each HERE.
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