There are 5 colors available: OR200, PK800, PK801, RD400, and RD401. From these 5 colors I bought OR200, PK801, and OR200. Check out the swatches of all 5 colors at So Lonely In Gorgeous.
***Stock picture from Adam Beauty.
You're probably wondering why I picked the paler pink PK801 over the brighter pink that is PK800. That's because I saw the swatch of PK800 on Rouge Deluxe and Haru says it's looks too similar to RD400 on her skin after blending. Since I'm also very warm toned, this similarity will likely applies to me also. Due to the size of these tubes, each containing a whopping 10g of product(!!!), I don't want any overlapping because I'll probably never finish up a tube, much less two similar looking ones.
Practicality (reality?) aside, I also love me a yellow-based red, which makes RD400 a must have and there's just no way I'd pick PK800 over RD400 ^.^ And once I saw OR200, PK801, and RD400 in person, I realized I had chosen well because all 3 are quite different from another and cannot be recreated from mixing any other colors within the range. Whereas PK801 + RD400 = a gradation of PK800 depends on how much pink, or PK801 + OR200 + RD400 = a gradation of RD401 depends on how much pink, orange, or red xD
Visee Mineral Liquid Cheeks Baby Finish OR200, PK801, and RD400. All pictures taken in natural light without flash.
First off, these Visee Mineral Liquid Cheeks Baby Finish and Majolica Majorca Cream de Cheek should totally swap names. Because these Visee blushes are soft creams and not runny liquids, whereas the Majolica ones are runny liquid blushes and not creams at all. Secondly, if you like Canmake Cream Cheeks, especially the Clear Series ones, you should definitely give these Visee blushes a try as they are soft and creamy versions of the Canmake Cream Cheek Clear Series.
These Visee blushes are unscented, shimmer-free, translucent but very pigmented cream cheek colors. I would say these are even more pigmented than Canmake and a tiny little dab will yield a lovely flush. And I don't see why you can't use these on the lips too if you so fancy. I haven't tried, but given how creamy these felt on the back of my hands, I bet they'd work on the lips too, perhaps mix with some balm or gloss for added moisture.
- OR200: a bright yellow based navel orange that swatched very orange but blended out more coral on me.
- PK801: a carnation pink. This may look a lighter color but by no means it's less pigmented.
- RD400: swatches scorching fire engine red but blended out to more of a juicy cherry on me. I wish it would stay fire engine red but I love it still ^.^
From left to right: OR200, PK801, and RD400, swatched on top row and blended on bottom row.