I was only ever interested in Make Up Geek for their eyeshadows, until I got this blush in my Boxycharm one month. The packaging is what really caught my eye, because I loved the silver purple shift. I love really sleek, muted compacts.
All of the Make Up Geek blushes are available in either a compact or a refill pan that can be put in a Z-Palette. I prefer the compacts because as much as I say I might use a self made face palette, I am much more likely to reach for a single blush.
This color is so stunning and scary, it really forced me out of my neutral blush comfort zone. On my face it translates to a very bright pink flush. I have to use a very light hand with this blush, because it is crazy pigmented and very smooth. If you are not someone who likes bright blush, skip this one. It is very hard to make this look natural or subtle at all.
These blushes are pretty cheap for the quality you get. They are pretty small so you may feel like you’re spending more money than their worth, but because of how pigmented they are a little goes a very long way.
These may seem small, but you really don’t need much at all to get color payoff. I barely touch my brush to the pan and I have more than enough color for both cheeks.
If you have tried any of the more natural shades from MUG, let me know!