After purchasing the Kevyn Aucoin face sculpting blush, I wanted to learn more about the brand and try another line of blush – Kevyn Aucoin The Pure Powder Glow Blush.
I like the new packaging better than the old tassel version.
But the color “Myracle” – a bright shade of fuchsia, which I decided on, turned out to be the most delicate shade of all that I saw, despite its brightness.
There are 7 shades of blush in the Kevyn Aucoin The Pure Powder Glow Blush line:
- Natura – a rosy beige, very natural shade
- Fira – coral
- Myracle – a bright shade of fuchsia
- Dolline – warm soft pink
- Shadore – cold pale pink
The color looks “gouged out”! What natural blush are you talking about Olya? – you ask. And I thought so until I saw them live.
On the swatch, where I applied blush Kevyn Aucoin The Pure Powder Glow Blush in three ways – with a sponge, a finger and a brush – it becomes clear that they are not as flashy as they might seem.
I didn’t think that excessive pigmentation I would attribute to a lack of blush. It can create difficulties at the application stage. It is very easy to overdo it with them, even if you diligently shake off the brush, brush off the excess, you can still apply more.
There is only one way out: use a brush made of natural bristles, preferably blue squirrels, and remove the excess by hand.
Among the advantages: durability, silky texture and color recoil.
Output: I did not regret buying this shade, since it is not easy to find an analogue, and sometimes I want the result just the same as with Kevyn Aucoin The Pure Powder Glow Blush – Myracle.
How do you feel about flashy and natural shades at the same time?