April 6, 2018

Kevyn Aucoin The Neo-Blush in Sunset Is My Everything

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Kevyn Aucoin The Neo-Blush ($38) launched today and I really, really, did I say really? I really need Sunset! It looks like a stunning coral! The blush is available four shade selections and has an ombre design that contains three different finishes which include pearl, satin, and matte to create a glowing look. The pearl acts to add a pretty glow to cheeks, the satin and matte finishes combine to create a smooth, flawless finish, and the final result is a gorgeous pop of colors on cheeks!

Shades:

  • Sunset
  • Rose Cliff
  • Pink Sand
  • Grapevine

Kevyn Aucoin The Neo-Blush is available now at sephora.com.

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  • Violetsrblu

    Ooo, they are gorgeous and the coral is calling out to me too. I wonder if it would look good on my fair-light cool complexion? Well, it’s going on my list of stuff awaiting the Sephora discount sale.

  • Laurie

    The Grapevine shade is so tempting! Every time a VIB sale rolls around, the Neo Limelight is in and out of my cart 10 times. I need another highlighter like a hole in the head, but this purple-toned blush seems more reasonable.

  • Agona

    I don’t know why but I’ve always been attracted to blushes that aren’t one color in the pan. Either ombre or striped or swirled with a shimmery shade…something about a one color pan of blush just bores me. πŸ™‚