Hourglass Mood Exposure Ambient Lighting Blush is the last and final blush I purchased for review. Thus far I got four out of the six Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush as that was all that was in stock when I went to grab them up. I had plans to go back for the shades that were out of stock but I’m convinced I don’t need them now as I’m really not all that impressed with these in the long run.
Here’s some thoughts on Hourglass Mood Exposure Ambient Lighting Blush.
Hourglass Radiant Magenta Ambient Lighting Blush is one of six brand new blushes that Hourglass has launched for Spring 2014. This stunning baked blushes are visually gorgeous to say the least but thus far I’ve been a little disappointed with the formula.
Let’s take a look at the Radiant Magenta and see if it changes my mind!
Hourglass Diffused Heat Ambient Lighting Blush is possibly my favorite Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush thus far. I’ve been reviewing each shade individually as you may know because I had hopes that the formula would differ from shade to shade.
Thus far I’ve been a bit disappointed.
Here are some thoughts.
Hourglass Dim Infusion Ambient Lighting Blush ($35) is one of six new shades of blush that Hourglass Cosmetics created to give cheeks a soft focused look.
Taking a note from their Ambient Lighting Powder these new blushes use Photoluminescent Technology to exhibit depth and dimension.
Take a look!
I’m still busy testing out the new Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush but swatches and pictures seemed like a good order of business today!
Ya know, some folks said these reminded them of Milani Baked Blush but I’m getting more of a Laura Geller Blush n Brighten from them.
Anyone try ‘em yet?