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Finding the right color blush for your skin tone can be tricky. How bright to go? How pink? Thankfully, stila’s come up with a solution in a compact: custom color. A velvety soft pigment that reacts to your skin’s chemistry, the product literally creates a one-of-a-kind shade just for you. Formulated to minimize the appearance of wrinkles, pigmentation, and pores, this multi-tasking powder offers both color and coverage.
I read that this was the "chameleon" of blushes and it piqued my curiosity enough to give it a try. I personally don't like a lot of make up, so with this product a little goes a long way. It is nice and bright, but maybe a bit too fuchsia for me. I doubt I'll be buying it again, but think it would go great with darker complexions.3
I love this color but a little goes a LONG way. Like, seriously... if you put your normal "brush swirls" on your face, you'll look clownish, but a little will make you look flushed (in a good way). As others have said, use a light hand and you can pull off this neon flush pretty well- just be careful!3
This color is bright when it goes on. I needed to have a light hand. I want to give it more time until I make a final judgement.3
People said that this color adapts to the face of the person wearing it, but I would not exactly agree. I'm very pale, and have been giving the lightest touch with this blush - but it seems to still be so bright that it just looks like paint, or a fever. I am going to keep using it to see if I can unlock the mystery - but blush is not the type of beauty product that I usually expect to have a trick to it that requires a skilled hand. So we'll see.3
i was excited to try this out as the reviews are all great. i must admit that it's a great package & fits perfectly into my mini makeup case. however, the color is really bright when i put it on. i mean, even a little tiny swipe of the brush blush & you are hot pink cheeked! i know it works with your own chemistry, so maybe i'm just flushing a lot? in either case, it goes on smooth & lasts all day so i would recommend it. just be cautious of the color saturation!3
or you will look like a circus clown! Fun color, expecially if you already have a little tan underneath or pair it with a bronzer but on perfectly pale cheeks this can be too harsh. Also, you only need to use a little (which is nice you can make it last) and the pigment is great. Fun for a summer or spring makeup rut fix-- not for the dead of winter.3
While the color definitely looks hot pink, I figured it would be a little softer on since it claims to "self adjust" to be the perfect color for every one. For me, the color is just too bright and would never work in the winter. In the summer, it doesn't look so hot pink, but its still brights. Its also a lot more concentrated than I expected, so you have to be careful and have a light hand.3
I ordered this blush during the summer as I wanted to have fresh, pink cheeks. I did like it with my tan. However, now that the tan has faded, I feel that this color is too pink for me. It is really PINK! I don't feel that is reacts to my skin's chemistry...at least for my age and what I am comfortable with wearing. I will break it out again during the summer!3
I love showing this to friends and seeing their reaction to the shocking pink color. Do not be afraid, it does not stay that color. I usually shy away from blush as I flush easily. This is some of the only blush I use.4
I like this color, but it is alittle bright, i do try to tone it down alittle with bronzer, but i am a red head, so i can pull the pink off,4