Tom Ford Beauty Inhibition is a slightly warm-toned, medium-dark brown with a satin finish. It is a permanent blush that retails for $60.00 and contains 0.28 oz.
Tom Ford Inhibition Cheek Color ($60.00 for 0.28 oz.) is a soft, medium rosy brown with warm, peachy undertones and a satin sheen. There was very fine gold pearl in the finish that added a subtle glow to the skin as it was buffed and blended on my skin. It had semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation. The consistency was soft, velvety, and slightly dusty in the pan, though it applied beautifully and blended easily. The color wore well for nine and a half hours before starting to fade on me.
For 2017, Tom Ford reformulated this powder blush formula, and the new formula is described as "layers of possibility, from a sexy glow to a more dramatic, color-rich look" (that sounds like "buildable") that is supposed to apply "with the comfort of a cream." Overall, the texture is thinner, finely-milled but drier than the original formula, and the shimmer has become finer and less apparent through many of the new-old shades. The formula was still fairly blendable to very blendable and particularly long-wearing with semi-opaque to opaque pigmentation.
Symmetrical, sculpted cheekbones are vital to creating the Tom Ford look. Formulated with spherical pearls and rich emollients, this cheek color glides onto your skin with the comfort of a cream, achieving outstanding luminosity and a velvety transparency.