Tom Ford Beauty Megeve (Blush) is a very warm-toned, medium-dark pink with a natural finish. It is a limited edition blush.
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Megeve (Blush) is a soft, muted coral with warm undertones and a dewy sheen. The pigmentation was nearly opaque in a single layer, while the texture was lightweight, creamy and balm-like with moderate slip but had a gel-like quality to it that helped it spread easily over bare skin and on top of foundation. I preferred applying with my fingertips, as they're more efficient and faster for me, but it worked well with a brush if preferred.
The color applied evenly and blended out easily for a very, stained-like appearance. The formula doesn't have a dry down, so it remained very shiny and dewy and isn't transfer-resistant. Surprisingly, though, the color has excellent wear; it started to look faded after nine hours of wear but still had the majority in tact--85%--after 12 hours of wear.
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