Tom Ford Beauty Courchevel (Blush) is a slightly warm-toned, dark plum with a pearl finish. It is a limited edition blush.
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Courchevel (Blush) is a deeper, slightly muted, plum with subtle, cool undertones and warmer, golden pearl. It had good pigmentation in a single layer, which could easily be sheered out or built up for greater coverage depending on one's preferences. The texture was creamy, emollient, and had a fair amount of slip, but I was impressed at how well it applied over bare skin as well as on top of foundation and base products.
It had a strong, dewy finish as it did not dry down, so it was moist to the touch and would transfer if rubbed or pressed (don't try on clothes with this on!). The color applied evenly and yielded a dewy finish that lasted well for nine hours (started to appear slightly faded) but was still quite strong after 12 hours of wear (like 85% of color left without patchiness).
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