This blush is perfect for EVERYONE. It matches anyone's skin tone, it is pigmented, yet it looks so sheer and natural. If you use a primer (face) it lasts until you take it off!! It is a little pricy, but depending on how much you apply, you could get it to last a while. I would DEFINITELY recommend!
ive always heard amazing things about the orgasm blush. so when i saw the 25 anniversary palette go on sale at saks, i was like hmmm i can try it in that and if i dont like it at least i have some new shadows to try. i must say i like that blush but its not really a blush on my skintone. i almost feel like it blends with my skin [even though im not pink] but i dont get too much color payoff. its more of a highlight color with a slight pink undertone. when i tried to build up the color my cheeks just started looking metallic. maybe in the summer and spring i can wear it as a highlight but other than that, its just another blush in my collection.
As great as the name
Allure Magazine first convinced me of this blush by saying, “Without hesitation, this shade looks good on just about everybody, creating a soft, convincing flush on fair skin and lending warmth and sparkle to darker complexions. You need only a light dusting, and the color stays true and strong till you take it off. If the shimmer seems too much for day, save this for nights out.” Best in Beauty: Hall of Fame.
Now, I’m a believer. I went out and slapped my $27 at Sephora and ran home to give myself the sun kissed glow. The shimmer ended up being my favorite aspect of the chic cheek product (besides the name) and I’ve sported it everyday since. I like to add it on top of a cheek stain if I'd like a deeper color.
Of course I tried Nars' Orgasm blush...I'd heard so much about it, how could I not? Anyway, I brought it home from Sephora (thank god I bought it there, so I could easily return it), put it on and....Um, no colour. Hmm, maybe I need more on? Well, I left it for a while then looked in the mirror again. All of a sudden my cheeks were bright red! I hoped it wasn't an allergic reaction (washed my face off anyway), and decided to try it again another day. So, tried it again, and again it added no colour to my cheeks (I'm just a plain old NW15-20), and within 10 minutes my cheeks were bright red and reacting to the blush again.
Nars uses lots of chemicals I now refuse to use on my body, including parabens. I won't buy this brand ever again until some major changes are made to the ingredients.