Just when I think I’m done with Clarins face palettes they pull me back in. The delightful Clarins Palette Eclat Face & Blush Powder for Spring 2013 may look very similiar to limited edition face palettes you already own but rest easy knowing this one produces a beautifully peachy glow that makes it a must have.
At a glance I thought it looked a little similiar to the Clarins Odyssey Face Palette but in fact it sports a more subtly pigmented finish that makes it an instant hit for fresh, naturally flushed cheeks for Spring.
Heavy handed? The Clarins Palette Eclat Face & Blush Powder is for you!
If you’re looking for a bright, vibrant blush for Spring you might consider the Stila All You Need Is Love Cheek Palette that recently launched for Valentine’s Day.
This sweet little palette is the perfect way to bring a pink glow to your cheeks!
Lavshuca introduced their Girly Whip Cheek Blush for Fall 2012 in four shades. I’ve actually had two of them for quite a while now but didn’t get a chance to review them.
This is the first time Lavshuca has done a cream blush to my knowledge and I eagerly grabbed a few shades since I liked the packaging. They house these in a long lipgloss like tube with a sponge applicator for application. Although I’m not the biggest fan and supporter of cream blushes I have to admit I liked the idea of swiping on and blending out. Seemed easy and so travel friendly.
What did I think?
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NARS Blush in Seduction is part of the NARS Spring 2013 Collection. Described as a sangria shade this is one of those bold shades of color that tanned and darker skin tones will absolutely adore.
It’s a deep, rich red wine that packs quite a punch!
Take a peek!
Sephora + Pantone Universe Color Theory Sculpting Blush ($24) is a new face palette launching with Sephora’s Emerald Capsule Collection celebrating the Pantone Color of the Year, Emerald.
This blush features two shades of complimentary blush to highlight and shade face.
Take a look!