Yep. The name really is that long. But what this product might lack in efficient branding, it more than makes up for in performance. The name doesn't lie - this literally performs like a watercolour - although solid in the pot, when warmed up on the fingers the colour is a stain which you more or less paint onto your skin.

It doesn't perform like a cream blush, it is more of a tint to the skin that has some mighty staying power. I checked up on my make up around three times throughout a day of wear, and I'd never lost that healthy looking flush (although the same can't be said of my concealer!). The colour I'm wearing is Poppy Paradise and it really is a natural 'blushing beauty' colour, just perfect for spring. I barely used a couple of dabs worth for the quite pigmented look you see here.

I can't speak highly enough about these (they are $22 a pop and DAMN good value) and, since Sephora now deliver to the UK, I don't have to feel so guilty about it! Go go go!

Products worn: Dior Nudeskin BB cream in 002, Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum in 0051 Vanille Clair, Nars Creamy Concealer in Vanilla, Josie Maran Coconut Watercolor Cheek Gelee, Nars Laguna Bronzer, Kevyn Aucoin Essential Mascara, Maybelline Colour Sensational Lip Gloss in Cashmere Rose.

1 comment

  1. i have it in pink escape and love it! probably my favorite blush ever! looks really pretty and natural on you :)


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