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This pioneering powder gets it start as pure liquid pigment before being baked for 24 hours on a terra-cotta tile and finished by hand. The result? A long-wearing, weightless-feeling powder that’s free of added fillers. This winning blush and highlighter combo is sure to become a key player in your makeup routine. Each of the three shades has a swirl of dark and light hues that combine to give you a perfectly flushed finish. We love how they have the barest hint of sparkle—and slide on smoothly.
not good for older skin types to metallic great for younger skin need something softer fell into the fine lines of the cheeks or jaw area...1
It didn't blend well, even trying to put just a tiny bit on the blush brush, it was too colorful and I could not blend it well1
I don't really wear make up but keep getting samples in my box almost every month. Definitely not a fan of blush no matter what.1
this blush woks amazing and I absolutely love how amazing it looks on your skin no matter what color your skin is. I love it which as do my friends who I have suggested it to!1
Difficult to blend in smoothly. I don't know if it's the texture or the glittery color. I don't wear any foundation, blush or bronzer. Very natural girl with just serum and moisturizer. Felt it was too bright & glittery for me.1
I typically love Laura Geller products, but this was a disappointment. I'd heard from makeup artist friends that the pigmentation of this product wasn't optimal and that drugstore brands offer a better value, so I'd never tried it before, and was excited to have it appear in my Birchbox. My friends were correct- there are $6 palettes that will do the trick far more effectively than this cheaply made powder.1
I love blush, but this was pigmented fairly orange with way too much shimmer. It looked really artificial and didn't complement my skin tone at all.1
The sample was too light for my complexion. Birchbox should take this into account when including skin tone-specific samples.1
I got honey dipped, did NOT work with my skin tone.. I needed something more rosy, not bronzing- I even heard that it's supposed to work with all skin tones but this color doesn't have enough "blending colors" to work with my skin- such a shame because I was really hoping it would work for me.1
The honey dipped color looks terrible on my very pale olive skin.1