First up are the blushes. . .
I haven't tried them all yet but I did attempt to swatch a few on my arm. Blush color swatches aren't easy to photograph. But the ones I included here are pretty close to real life. You can rely on the color descriptions on the website because in my opinion, they are true to the samples I have tried.
Yesterday, I wore Protea. I find that richer more vibrant colors look better on me that lighter ones. I can apply them with a light hand and get a natural flush of color; whereas, lighter blushes tend to disappear on me or I have to layer them quite a bit to get any color payoff. Today, I wore Celosia and loved it (sorry no pics - but soon). It is a mid tone color that's not too peach and not too pink. It also has a little more sheen to it than just matte. I would call it a plush finish because its texture/finish reminds me of the Muse line of eyeshadows.
bouvardia: A medium neutral bronzed berry.
calla: A delightful coral peach.
celosia: A soft peachy pink buff.
gladiolus: A luscious pink mauve.
paeonia: An exquisite deep peony pink.
primrose: A gorgeous mauved pink with soft beige tones.
protea: A perfect blend of pink, peach and scarlet.
sakura: A true candy pink.
thistle: A soft pinkish mauve with buff tones.
Me wearing Protea blush. When applied sheerly, the depth and brightness is not intimidating. I love this color!
Coming up: Reviews of Aromaleigh v2 finishing powders and eyeshadows.
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