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After finding myself thrilled with the swatch of the MSF I dived into the Mineralized Blushes. Now I must say that when I first opened this package I was really on my lunch break. I immediately started swatching these and I do hope I did not look clownish the rest of the day. What can I say, it was too hard to resist. When it comes to a stand out product my thoughts immediately drift to the Petal Power blush in this collection. I was tell you that I literally like died in the makeup lover way when I saw this blush. No joke it is probably the prettiest blush that I ever seen even in the pan. I originally thought it would be a close match to NARS Orgasm blush, but this one is more coral colored in my opinion.
When I start opening things like this some times I am super glad that I am alone, due to the fact that I squeal like a child. Out of the two blushes Petal Power is my favorite, but Azalea in the Afternoon holds its own as well. The only issue that I have with Azalea in the Afternoon is that is can be a bit powdery, but I can overlook this due to just how pretty the color is. I mean look at those swatches! Are they not gorgeous?
I honestly debated over picking up a lipstick or this Cremesheen Glass for about an hour before I made a decision. I literally was sold on this Cremesheen Glass in Nectarsweet after seeing some swatches online. I was afraid I would be a bit underwhelmed, but I must say that this is the perfect topper for any lipstick in my opinion. To me it is nothing special to wear alone, but when paired with a lipstick it is gorgeous!
I recently just purchased a Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm which I found to be a little hard to wear. Well when I saw this Cremesheen Glass I immediately thought to add it onto this matte balm. I must say that I tried about 8 different combos and quickly fell in love with this glass. If you have any lipsticks especially in the pink family that you find are hard to wear then I highly suggest you pick up this Cremesheen Glass!