I've been really enjoying this blush lately so I thought I'd review it. I have this in the Ambient Lighting Blush palette. This is one of the more unique blushes in my stash, and recently I've found myself reaching for it to pair with the darker eye and lip looks I've been favouring. It is darker and more neutral than the rest of my mostly coral and pink stash. The shade appears as a medium-deep pink on me - it is signinficantly deeper and darker on me than the swatch above. The texture is unusual (similar to the rest of the Ambient Lighting Powders I have), I'd actually say it's somewhat powdery, though not in a bad way, as it never appears powdery on the skin. The finish is best described as a luminous matte - I find I can feel I look very "done up" in these blushes, which isn't always the look I'm going for. Overall it's a welcome addition to my stash, and a very good "winter" shade.
This was my first hourglass blush. And oh my goodness is it PIGMENTED!! You need such little product (literally dust) for the blush to be prominent on your cheeks. It has a little bit of fine glitter that didn't emphasise my pores or feel too much with my highlighter on. I know it's a little bit on the expensive end for most people (including myself) but I will never hit the pan on this!! It's just SO pigmented... but it lasts for 6-7 hours on me.