The average rating based on all reviewed shade(s) in this formula is shown below.
A collection of long-lasting buildable blushes, highlighters, bronzers, and contour shades. These blushes are available in an extended range of shades, including colors made to contour, highlight, and add the perfect blush to your cheeks. The ultra-sheer texture blends perfectly into the skin without caking, allowing for buildable intensity of color. Designed to be worn alone or layered together for more depth, these blushes provide a healthy glow that flatters any skin tone. With finishes ranging from matte to satin to shimmer, this collection allows you to customize an endless possibility of fresh-faced looks.
Based on 3 Reviews, 5 Quick Reviews
The Good: Great Value (3), Easy To Apply (2), Blendable (1), Long-wearing (1)
The In-Between: Buildable (2), Sheer (2), Natural (2), Highly Pigmented (1)
The Bad: Chalky (2), Powdery (1), Hard To Apply (1), Hard To Blend (1)
3 Written Reviews
By Reka 2 years ago.
The reason this was discontinued is that it fades very quickly and very badly, even in artificial light. I tracked down one of them, and there is barely any color left. There is only a bit of lavender in the middle of the pan where the word SEPHORA on the top of the package cast a vague shadow.
By Katherine T. 4 years ago.
I have this, and mine is not powdery at all! It is just right. I even took a firmer brush with shorter hairs ( the ELF Angled Blush Brush) and swiped it across the pan, and there was no powdery fallout at all. The powder adhered well to the brush and to the cheeks. Temptalia and another reader said theirs was very powdery, while mine was just right, and another reader said hers was on the firmer side but still very workable. So I think there's a QC issue, with some batches being more powdery than others. I've tried so many contours and they all looked too warm, brown, or orange on me, but this color is so natural- looking because it mimics shadows. Just be careful not to put too much on, or it's going to look like dirt. I don't have Chanel Notorious (LE), but in looking at the swatches, this looks like a very close dupe. Since cool grey-toned contours are so rare, and this is only $15, it might be worth it to buy and if you get a bad batch, just return or exchange at Sephora. I bought a backup just in case they ever discontinue this shade, and the backup isn't powdery either.