A revolutionary system for face blush. This system grinds mineral-enriched blush powder, which deflects light from skin and makes pores appear smaller. This is perfect for photo and film, creating that coveted on screen soft-focus blush effect.
This is the natural color blush that I have been searching for! You can control how much of the blush goes into the sifter, which is fantastic since sometimes you just want a little flush of color... and sometimes you just want to look like you are working the red light district.
Either way, you can decide. I have this in the lightest color (I believe) and it is extremely pigmented so a little goes a long way. I am definitely buying the other colors I was eyeing!
I have this blush in apricot, I love the grinding effect. because I'm clumsy lol it's a perfect color especially when you want to go for the natural look. Careful::: don't apply too much, YOU DON'T HAVE TO USE ALL OF THE BLUSH THAT GRINDS OUT!!!
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I bought two of these during the infamous NYX $1.20 sale and although I do like the colors (Georgia Peach and Menage a Tois), the way these are packaged is quite annoying. I thought the grinding mechanism was pretty cool, until I actually tried it. You have to twist it very, very slowly to make sure you only get an tiny amount of product, and even then you will likely get too much. I feel like I'm wasting so much product each time because it just seems to get everywhere. I do, however, really like the colors. Menage a Tois is my favorite because it is a bright coral with gold shimmer. Georgia Peach is more pink than peach with a matte finish. Both blushes work well, it's just the packaging that fails.