Or indeed, New Cobalt Liner Mornings, which leave correspondingly less time for blush:
Eyes: By Terry Crayon Kohl Terrybly 9 Royal Navy, RBR Sleeping Underneath a Mandarin Tree and Sweet Dust Seriema, Fasio Full Dynamic Volume mascara.
Lips: Addiction Rich Girl lipgloss
Basics: Koh Gen Do Maifanshi Moisture Foundation 001, RBR Sea of Clouds highlighter, Bobbi Brown Tinted Eye Brightener Light Bisque, Shu Uemura Seal Brown H9 brow pencil.
Addiction Revenge cheek stick [look]
Rouge Bunny Rouge Orpheline (one swipe, vs three swipes for Love Kick) [old swatch]
Chicca 10 Girly Flush flush blush [review]
Becca Dragonfruit beach tint [review]
|natural light, weak early morning sun|
There is very delicate, sparse silvery microshimmer through Love Kick's silky matte base, just enough to kick (harhar) it into satin gear; it's as refined and even sparser than the warmer gold shimmer running through RBR Orpheline, as this fuzzy pic just about shows:
|full sun, deliberate fuzz|
However, as the first, less deliberately fuzzy picture reveals, even a powder this soft -- and these THREE blushes are the most finely-milled powders I've ever come across -- sits less prettily on my skin than those silicone-based creams from Addiction and Becca. So, falling between two stools (er, cones), and falling further victim to my ongoing project to convert to a no-powder blush wardrobe, Love Kick will be heading back out again.
For another take on this blush, and comparisons to Guerlain's latest cult