According to the brand, it's a highlighting blush that "stay[s] put for eight hours" with "high color payoff and superior glide." The shades I tried were semi-opaque to opaque in pigmentation with finishes that ranged from satin to metallic. I found that the most shimmery shade I tried, Inner Light, did emphasize my skin's natural texture, while the others did not. The powders had a smooth, almost creamy-like texture that was firmer in the pan (no excess product kicked up), but it picked up well with brushes, adhered to skin evenly, and blended with ease along the edges. The wear was between eight and nine hours on me.
The average rating based on all reviewed shade(s) in this formula is shown below.
This blush and highlighter hybrid is the future of cheek color. It features a unique cream-powder matrix system that helps this airy powder stay put for up to eight hours. In addition to the formula's high color payoff and superior glide, refined mica provides a lit-from-within glow. Similar to a silk kimono, this featherweight formula floats effortlessly over skin, delivering an instant, illuminating flush or a subtle contour without streaking.