Colour Pop Invite Only is a moderately warm-toned, dark coral with a pearl finish. It is a permanent blush that retails for $8.00 and contains 0.33 oz.
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Colour Pop Invite Only Blush Stix ($8.00 for 0.33 oz.) is a medium-dark, coral-red with faint pearl and a subtle sheen. It was less dewy compared to most shades in the range; it almost looked satin to semi-matte when swatched but did seem to have a bit more glowiness to it when actually applied and blended out on my cheeks. The texture was lightweight, thin without being prone to clinginess, and it spread fairly well across my skin. It did not blend out quite as effortlessly as most shades in the range have, though. The pigmentation was mostly opaque when applied directly from the tube and more buildable from semi-sheer to mostly opaque when applied with fingertips or a brush. It stayed on nicely for nine hours before moving visibly on my skin.
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