This is probably the most wearable blush I own, and I own...a lot, both indie and mainstream. It's really an incredible all-in-one product with just the slightest iridescence for highlight. I would describe the color as "natural flush" with the site swatches looking a little pinker and white-based than in real life. On my NC30-35 skin it is more of a translucent rose, and can be draped as a subtle contour. The powder is incredibly finely milled, blends out very easily, and can be built up for increased pigmentation. This blush definitely holds MVP status for it's versatility, which I appreciate for those rushy mornings when one product can do the job of three. The look is very natural, sort of a "my cheeks but wayyy better" effect.
New Yin Blush
New Yin blush from the element Wood: Shimmery champagne rose. Can be used as a blush/highlight duo
Sizes: Halflings are about 1 tsp of pigment in a 10 gram jar with a sifter and seal. Full sizes are about 5 grams in a 20 gram jar.
Ingredients: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Tin Oxide, Iron Oxide, Carmine, Bismuth Oxychloride, Boron Nitride, Boron Oxide, Magnesium Myristrate, Carnauba Wax, Lauroyl Lysine, Kaolin Clay, Magnesium Stearate, Zinc Stearate
Lip Safe, NOT Vegan Friendly
This is the blush I've been waiting for! I have very pale skin with some surface redness that is also prone to flushing. Finding blush that doesn't make me look like a clown has been a hilarious, futile mission until now. This is a light, muted shade that has just enough depth and pigmentation to make me look alive and awake which is exactly the point of blush for me. I also love the glowy sheen it imparts, but it's still subtle enough to use with an additional highlighter (Lavender Cream looks great with it). I honestly haven't seen a blush like this from any other brand, indie or otherwise, and it's really refreshing to finally find something so hassle free and lovely.
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