Steffi from Smoke & Diamonds started a blog series called 7 shades of… where bloggers present 7 shades of one colour in one category, e.g. eyeshadow, lipstick, nail polish and so on. Until the 8th June you still have time to participate in the current round where it is all about the colour pink. You can share your posts via InLinkz on her blog. See also my previous post on 7 Shades of Green and my 7 Shades of Pink… Lipstick.
The oldest blushes are the Manhattan ones from a Limited Edition that was released during the Oktoberfest time in 2011. They are baked and very pigmented, I only need a tiny amount when I use them, and I still do when I want some bright pink cheeks. The Sleek blushes, i reviewed them recently here, are the very bright and shimmery Mirrored Pink from the Aqua Collection and Pomegranate, one of my favourite Sleek blushes. I also recently posted about my two Illamasqua blushes, which last really long on me and are again of bright pink colour. Last but not least my Everyday Minerals Blush in Nick Nack, which is a brilliant everyday blush that is subtle, yet makes you look more refreshed and defined.
- (1) Everyday Minerals – Mineral Blush in Nick Nack
- Sleek – Blush in Mirrored Pink 846 (Aqua Collection LE) [now available as part of the Eye & Cheek Palette in Dancing ’til Dusk]
- (2) Manhattan – Zuckerl Rose 55V (Oktoberfest LE)
- (3) Illamasqua – Powder Blusher in Hussy [also available as part of the Face Palette in Semblance]
- (4) Manhattan – Gaudi 65V (Oktoberfest LE)
- (5) Illamasqua – Powder Blusher in Thrust
- (6) Sleek – Blush in Pomegranate 923 [also available as part of the Eye & Cheek Palette in See You at Midnight]