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.
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.
Both are swatched here at the intensity they come out of the bottle…
And here, partially blended down. So they really do go very light indeed.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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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