W7 Pump & Blush
W7 Pump & Blush

When I initially saw the W7 Pump & Blush and the Night Glow, I wasn’t all that impressed with them. The blush in particular is very low on pigment (my shade here is Berry) and while it’s creamy and blendable, it leaves barely a trace of colour behind. But…. for very pale skins this is an absolute bonus when I think about it. Ultra fair complexions show every drop of colour, so something almost translucent with a very faint pigment would be just the thing to give a dewy wash of colour that’s virtually impossible to find.

W7 Night Glow
W7 Night Glow

It’s the same for Night Glow – very pale with a tiny nuance of shell pink but blends very well without creating an over-glow.

W7 Pump & Blush
W7 Pump & Blush

Both are swatched here at the intensity they come out of the bottle…

W7 Pump & Blush
W7 Pump & Blush

And here, partially blended down. So they really do go very light indeed.

So, after thinking that maybe they were poor products, I now think they’re a bit of a find for anyone who has struggled with a very fair tone to get fresh and glowy. W7 is a budget brand, so the Blush & Glow is £4.95 and the Night Glow is £6. They’re both HERE.

 

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