This blush is another one of my favourites as I felt it was flattering on my skintone. It is a light colour so it may be better for fairer skinned ladies. It's neutral (which is good because you can wear it with almost any kind of look) but unique so it isn't boring! It has a nice shiny finish and it's great for vampy pinup girls or for career women who have to tone it down at work!
I have seen a few bloggers rant and rave about Gossamer's lovely duochrome. I must admit, it is a fabulous true pink colour with a bit of a lavendar duochrome which I adore as pink and purple together is very pretty in my opinion. However, I found this blush to be excessively shiny and made my skin look oilier after awhile. I think that it would be more flattering on someone with non-oily skin.
I. LOVE. THIS. COLOUR. It is a deliciously bright orangey peach shade. This colour would be flattering on both light and dark skin. I think it would look just delicous on a dark toned lady with golden/orange undertones! Anyway, lighter skinned ladies may want to avoid this colour for events that require one to be toned down as it is very striking.
This colour is really nice for evening looks and would look just excellent on darker skinned ladies as it is quite pigmented. For the fair-skinned, it can be applied lightly. I felt that the warmth of this blush was a nice contrast to my cool skin tone but I feel it would look even better on a warmer toned person.
Oh my, how I adore this colour! It is just sooooo goth! It makes you look like you have freshly bruised cheeks! This makes it sound like it is ugly, but it is not! It would probably not work very well for everyday use on lighter skinned girls as it is really dark and most people do not try to look goth/bruised very often. It looks WAY lighter in the pictures than it does in real life. I think it would look really great on a darker skinned lady with blue undertones.
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