I don’t always wear blush, but when I do, I like to use something that’s buildable. Blush is great to give you that healthy flush/glow but you don’t want to end up looking like a clown.

When I swatched it in store, I liked the color, of course, because light pinks are probably my favorites, but also that it has the tiniest glow like the other Ambient Lighting powders. It looks like there are tiny glitter in it, but once you apply it, it doesn’t look glittery at all. What it does is that it helps reflect light and make you glow.

It looks stunning in the pan, but also on the skin. You can totally start with a very light layer on blush, and if you want something more intense, apply a bit more product. It’s super easy to apply, easy to blend, and I’ve been wearing it a lot since I got it.

I highly recommend this blush, if you’re on the market for one. I know it’s a bit pricey for a blush, but it’s so gorgeous that to me it’s worth it. Have you tried it? Or any of Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powders? What were your thoughts?

Hourglass, Ambient Lighting Blush in Diffused Heat, $38