All pictures taken in natural light without flash.
These are cream-to-powder blushes in very practical rectangular pans with clear lids. The texture is smooth and creamy, think Canmake Cream Cheeks, blends easily and dries faster than expected. The colors are shimmer free and somewhat milky, but since these are for the cheeks I don't mind the opacity.
So what's the problem? Their pigmentation is nonexistent :( They barely showed up at all as swatches, and I did a few swirls with my fingertip to make sure I'd picked up enough of the product. With whatever that was left on my finger after swatching, I blended them below the swatches and these blended spots almost disappeared on the back of my hand. Unless you're super duper pale, you'd probably have to goop these on to see some colors, if any. How fast can you say pathetic?
- 02 Coral Cream: not coral but more like very pale milky peach.
- 03 Apricot Cream: not apricot but a yellow-based orange. This would have been nice if it had some pigment.
01 Strawberry Cream, 02 Coral Cream, and 03 Apricot Cream swatches (top row) and blended (bottom row).