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Oh She's Different (Crème) is a medium, reddish-plum with subtle, warm undertones and a subtle, dewier sheen. The texture was emollient, thin, and lightweight with noticeable slip and wetness when it was applied, though it dissipated and had a more low-key sheen when spread out and diffused. It had semi-sheer color coverage that could be built up to medium coverage with a second layer.
It applied easily over the powder blush and added a subtle sheen to it and altering the color to be slightly less warm-toned, and I felt like it sheered out the powder blush slightly, so you might want to go "heavy" on the powder blush with that in mind. On its own, it worked well over bare skin and foundation as it did not lift up my base products. It lasted for seven hours on its own, and it seemed to shorten the wear of the powder blush by half hour when layered on top.
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