Just Peachy, or Plain Poor? City Color Cosmetics' Baked Blush in Peach3/27/2013
Availability: Select drugstores, citycolorbeauty.com
Peach, in the pan, appears more pink than peach, but you can see a grouping of peach color in the very center. Throughout, though, there's mostly light, medium and dark-hued pinks with a subtle gold overlay, but all of these colors come together to provide a true peach on the skin.... You just have to layer it three or four times to see it. While you don't get much color, that overlay does provide a very nice, very natural highlight!
Now, City Color does claim the Baked Blushes will provide a "light application", but I tried applying Peach with three different kinds of makeup brushes (Sigma's F15 Duo Fibre Powder/Blush brush, e.l.f.'s Studio Stipple Brush, and Studio Tools' Blush Brush), and each provided the same result, which was my needing to go back and apply more of Peach for it to be visible on my skin. After all that, Peach was undetectable just three hours later.
Don't worry, City Color, I still love ya.
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