Kevyn Aucoin Rose Cliff The Neo-Blush Trio ($38.00 for 0.20 oz.) blends to create a medium pink with warm undertones and a faint, golden sheen. It was richly pigmented used together or individually with a luminous sheen that didn't emphasize my skin's natural texture. If you're someone who loves a pinky-coral, this is a good way to achieve the effect as the middle and right shades are pinker and the left shade is more orange, which makes it easy to control how warm the overall blush effect is. For a more gradient-like application, I recommend starting with the center shade on the apples of cheeks, then using the left shade to highlight and lighten on cheekbones, and finally using the right shade to deepen almost as a "contour."
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.
This richly-pigmented, lightweight formula glides evenly onto skin without streaking to color, contour, and illuminate the cheeks. Available in four modern, must-have shades, the spectrum of colors and finishes within each shade allows you to personalize your blush look from natural looking to a powerful pop of color.