3 recommended blush compare

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3 recommended blush compare,let's see how good they really are!

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Chanel Joues Contrast in Fantasia

Review by lmharte: Fantasia is an amazing blush. A true HG for me. This blush is super pigmented and needs to be applied with a light hand and a good blush brush. I use 187 skunk brush for this b/c it is so pigmented. Fantasia looks like a chalky dull pink in the pan but goes on with an intense iridescence. The shimmer in this is subtle and more like a sheen than a shimmer--it's very rosey looking, it flashes berry/rose/red/pink in the light. If applied too much, the iricescence can look red and scary. Fantasia is a very unique, gorgeous shade and I think it's great for night time and for a very sophisticated look. Fantasia is one of my favorite blushes

Review by franjipany: I finally tried this blush at a department store. I have been lemming it for awhile and must say I was not disappointed! In the pan, it looks like a peachy irridescent rose shade-very unique, with high frost. On the skin it looks like a rosy glow with peach frost. Dramatic and looks great on my PPP skin lightly for day, or heavier for night. I also love the fabulous packaging and the rose scent-very glamourous. The brush is useless, though I usually just throw those away anyway. Great and I can't wait to get other Chanel blushes in other shades.

Review by cyndiinphilly: I purchased this blush because of all the hype, but it was too red for me. Fantasia is a gorgeous corally pink with rose shimmer. Unfortunately, it just looks too fake for my taste. I tried applying it with a skunk brush, but even then, it looked like a sunburn at best. Try Orchid Rose, Reflex, or Mirage from Chanel. They are subtle enough and worth the price.

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MAC Sculpt & Shape in Sculpt/Accentuate

Review by jamelia: I bought Sculpt and Accentuate separately at the MAC Pro store since the duos aren't generally available anymore. Sculpt is perfect for creating a neutral shadow without any orange or shimmer, for contouring that hollow into your cheek. Accentuate is one of my favorite products. I love brushing it over top of my cheekbones for a subtle highlight/sheen, and it also doubles as the perfect nude shadow to brighten up my eyes, as it's not too shimmery or matte (naked pigment is my other favorite nude eye shadow).

Review by guitarzan: I love the contour color, especially since I missed out on emote. The highlighter color is decent, its very subtle, I prefer using my MSF in light flush or vanilla pigment as a highlight.
I like to use a MAC 168 to contour and then blend it with my blush using a baby kabuki.

Review by kitten75: Tried this product at MAC and it wasnt anything special. I'm pretty sure u could get a better contour with a blush or bronzer. The sculpt and shape did nothing for my face so i'll stick with a bronzer ;)

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Cargo Sunset Beach Blush

Review by Pinki: I love this blush/bronzer! It doesn't look that shimmery on me (or perhaps I'm in denial) and I love the stripes because the perfect arrangement means I can customize the look. I can swirl them all together to get a bronzed/pinky/peachy look, or I can swipe my brush across the lightest shade, the pink, and the bronze to accent my cheekbones (I pull the brush across the colors to keep them separate, tap the brush, then apply the blush so that the lightest shade is on the top of my cheekbones as a highlighter, the pink acts as the blush, and the brown contours - very cool, in my opinion). I use the Stila #21. This works great as a bronzer on my ppp skin (NW15 for reference). It's definitely a must-have in my collection!

Review by staci01: Wow I love this blush - gives you a beautiful, pinky-peachy flush as if you've been playing outside on the beach all day. No shimmer, highly pigmented and very blendable. Truly one of the most natural and (I would imagine) universally flattering colors out there. This is one I wouldn't want to put all over, but is brilliant to brighten up my cheeks. I find myself reaching for this one more and more. Doesn't bother my sensitive, breakout-prone skin either. Highly recommend.

Review by iberian: When I first looked at Cargo products at Ulta, I had no intention of buying. I saw this blush and was intrigued and after swatching it, I just couldn't say no. I like that I can use a kabuki to blend all the color together and give my face a nice summery glow without looking like I have a lot of product on. I can also use a smaller blush brush or contour brush to use one or two of the brighter colors for a bright blush for day or night. It does have shimmer to it, so I don't use it as something to wear to work as I normally use matte products for the office. It's pricey, so I probably won't repurchase it often, but you get a lot of product for the money so I don't think I will be running out any time soon.

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