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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.
To metallic/shiny to wear. Tried to wear to work as a blush and it accentuated my pores.2
I love Laura Geller--I got a free Laura Geller mascara from my workplace and fell in love with it. I think this product was just too dark for my skin. It looks like Benefit's Dallas (rosy bronzer/highlighter/blush) but just really didn't blend well and looked too dark. I think this is a product I might use in the summer when I'm tanner, but right now it just looks very unnatural, and again, I found it hard to blend with my regular blush/highlighter brushes.2
Overall a good blush/bronzer, just too dark for my fair skin. Also wish there weren't so many bad ingredients in it.2
not a fan of the shade does not go with my skin color2
This powder was really really pretty, and had a beautiful consistency, but I could NOT get it to go on without looking like a sunburned clown. WOW that's a whole lot of pigment.2
This blush provided a nice pink glow that would be great if my cheeks were not already flushed all the time.2
sample size is very generous. The color is way to dark for my skin tone.2
I find the quality to be good, I just prefer matte products for my face, this product has too much visible glitter.2
It seems like a good product but it was way to dark for me.2
I have fair skin, and I found this to be too dark for my skin tone. I received the berry color in my box. Otherwise, it was a nice blush just the wrong color for me.2