Catrice Coral Me Maybe is a moderately warm-toned, medium pink with a satin finish. It is a permanent blush that retails for $5.99 and contains 0.16 oz.
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Catrice Coral Me Maybe Illuminating Blush ($5.99 for 0.16 oz.) is a pop of light-medium pink-coral with warm undertones and fine, flecks of gold shimmer strewn on top of a more matte finish. It appeared more satiny on the skin, once I had a chance to blend and buff the powder onto my cheeks, but it definitely had a subtler finish, which would make it ideal for someone who doesn't like a lot of noticeable shimmer in their cheek color.
The Illuminating Blush formula is supposed to have a mix of "subtle shimmer" and a "light pearl" that adds color and a "soft glow" to the cheeks. The consistency was soft but powdery, a little drier and looser overall, so it was prone to sheering out and was harder to build-up coverage from its naturally medium coverage level, but it was possible with three to four layers. I noticed fading around the edges after six and a half hours of wear.
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Chequered and cheeky! The Illuminating Blush from Catrice combines two different color intensities - a subtle shimmer and a light pearl. This accentuates the cheekbones as well as giving your complexion definition and a soft glow! Not tested on animals.
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