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Pink is a bright pop of medium pink with subtle, warm undertones and a matte finish. I found that it looked more semi-matte or "natural" matte applied to my skin, as it looked very skin-like rather than flat or matte. It was richly pigmented and a little went a long way, so using a dampened sponge as the brand recommended actually worked exceptionally for applying even, buildable coverage that never got away from me. The formula was smooth to the touch, lightly creamy but not tacky or too slippery, so it sat well on the skin and dried down for the most part. The cream blush blended out easily on my skin with a dampened sponge, and it also worked well with a stippling brush, though I did prefer the sponge technique with this formula (and will likely try it more often with other cream products going forward!). The color stayed on well for nine hours on me before fading slightly.
(Note: I couldn't find specific information about coverage, but the brand's promotional swatches make it appear opaque, which I'd consider to be what they're setting expectations as.)
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