New! Make Up For Ever HD Blush for Spring 2014

Make Up For Ever HD Blush
Make Up For Ever HD Blush

Formulated with the perfect balance of oils, waxes, and powders, HD Blush combines the second skin look of a cream with the ease of a powder. Created for HD technology, this formula blends into skin with no visible texture for a truly natural flush of color. It’s completely weightless and can be worn over or under powder to flawlessly sculpt and highlight cheeks.

  • 210 Cool pink
  • 215 Flamingo pink
  • 220 Pink sand
  • 225 Peachy pink
  • 310 Rosewood
  • 315 Peach beige
  • 320 English rose
  • 330 Rosy plum
  • 335 Fawn
  • 410 Coral
  • 415 Light rust
  • 420 Indian rosewood
  • 425 Brown copper
  • 510 Raspberry
  • 515 Tangerine
  • 520 Black currant

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Make Up For Ever HD Blush
Make Up For Ever HD Blush

Make Up For Ever HD Blush
Make Up For Ever HD Blush

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These are promo pictures, and may not accurately reflect what they look like. Also, as MUFE tends to be extremely pigmented, they may sheer out to look much different.

I just found these on Sephora’s site, and they look completely different, so I’m just going to wait for swatches/reviews, or seeing them in person before I pass judgment. Many times, promo pics are completely off!

sephora posted these up around the holidays yet didnt allow the purchase to be made!! so i’ve been intrigued for months over these. i dnt wanna blindly grab some sooo i need these to be in the store to swatch em!

So many beautiful blushes this season! What am I going to do!

Tangerine looks very striking, but I hope it’s blendable to a really gentle flush of a color. Or else my complexion won’t be able to handle it. Looks like dark skinned ladies could get a lot of use out of this blush collection.

I’m sad to see they discontinued the “pump” kind of the MUFE blush. They are no longer on the Sephora website.

Any chance you might be able to swatch these in the future? I really want to see what “520 blackcurrant” looks like. I’ve never seen a vampy blush before.

Some of these colours are amazing! It’s nice to see blushes that aren’t, you know, some variation on pink or peachy pink (even though those are the colours that work for me). I really want to try orange blush, just to see what happens! I’m blue toned, orange is complementary to blue, right?! 😀

More blush releases?? My poor little heart lol. The colors look really pretty and the formula sounds like it’ll be good too. I think I’m gonna be addicted to blush this year lol

If they’re highly pigmented, then they still may make up for the price, since less product is actually needed. I look at the cost of a product and how many uses I’ll get, not simply how much it contains.

I was looking at these, and playing around with the prices per ounce of a few different blushes, and these fall way at the upper end of other high-end blushes. They’re more than twice the cost per ounce than their old (discontinued) blush in the little pump bottle (same price at $31CAD, but 0.2oz compared to 0.9oz).
…That being said, MUFE produces some really great products. It might end up being an amazing blush and worth the price, beating out all the others. Looking forward to your hear your opinion on these if you end up testing them, Christine! 🙂

Shade 420 is similar to Illamasqua’s cream blush seduce in color. Since I own that shade I didn’t see a point in purchasing it (although it’s a lovely rose blush). I think tangerine is universally flattering on WOC with warmer undertones.

I don’t care for these. I know orange and corals are a hot trend, but I don’t think they work for everyone. I can’t wear them; they clash with my skin tone and look very artificial. I think they might look lovely on women of color and medium to dark brunettes.

Oh dear!!! My Tarte blush stash is in for some competition between these and the new clinique ones! Not to mention I must try hourglass……. Oh Christine Plz no more blush posts LOL!

I wish they would keep the previous, liquid version as their liquid blush formulation and just introduce a cream formulation as a new variety, instead of discontinuing.

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