Vivid Azalea

Wayne Goss The Weightless Veil Blush Palette

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Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette
Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette

Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea is a permanent cheek palette that retails for $45.00 and contains 0.67 oz.

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Editor's Review
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Wayne Goss Vivid Azalea The Weightless Veil Blush Palette ($45.00 for 0.67 oz.) includes a vivid, fuchsia blush paired with a soft beige highlighter. The slightly yellower tone of the highlighter disappeared when applied over the blush as the blush itself was so intense and cooler in tone (so it dominated). Again, the palette was described multiple times as having a "veil" or "soft wash" of color that was designed to "build up," and I just didn't find that accurate. These are pigmented products, which isn't a good or bad thing--it's more of a preference, which is why I look to see what claims are made about the formula.

The blush suffered from the typical pitfalls of very pigmented, very vivid, and very matte blushes do: it is difficult to blend on its own, and it has limited usability. It was best applied over very matte skin (whether bare or a matte foundation), but it was prone to settling into my pores/around textures, turning patchy, etc. by attempting to blend it over bare skin or over unset foundation (even lightly set foundation, if it wasn't matte to begin with).

I think those who find it harder to find subtle highlighters will like the finish of the highlighter here, but it was a little powdery and thick in a way that surprised me, as it looked a little cakey applied--not consistently but out of four applications, it occurred twice. This duo was really at its "best" when layered together, but individually, they required more effort to look decent.

Vivid Azalea

PPermanent. $45.00.
C
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7.5
Product
6
Pigmentation
7.5
Texture
9
Longevity
3.5
Application
74%
Total
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Claims / Ingredients

The Weightless Veil Blush Palette is Wayne Goss’s secret to a healthy-looking, youthful flush. Each palette features two complementary shades—a matte blush and a radiant highlighter—designed to be worn alone or layered together to create your perfect cheek. Experience how the right blush has the power to transform your entire look, brightening your complexion and adding fresh, natural-looking dimension in just a few seconds.

1 Written Reviews

By Reb 4 months ago.

Although I’m pretty fair, about an NC15, I bought this one over some of the lighter blush duos offered because it’s striking and unique to my collection. I’m so glad I went with what called to me. The highlighter is a beautiful light gold to pink duochrome that’s hard to capture in photos. I have a yellow olive undertone and the base disappears on my skin. It’s not glittery, just a lovely sheen. The shifting color matches perfectly to all my blushes. The formula is creamy for a powder and applies easily with any brush I’ve tried. I’ve gotten the most intensity from my Sonia Kashuk fan (synthetic duo fiber). My Chikuhodo Kazan squirrel brushes give a softer glow. Not gonna lie, the blush is challenging to apply on light skin. I go very VERY light handed with patting motions and a bit of buffing after. I’ve had the best results so far with an inexpensive synthetic duo fiber brush and the RMK cheek brush (dense fluffy squirrel hair). The color is so flattering and looks like my natural flush. Some of my other blushes seem to sit on top of my skin but this one becomes part of it. The formula is finely milled and drier than the highlighter but there’s no kickup in the pan. I only have to touch the brush to it to pick it up. I like both the blush and highlighter as eyeshadows too. I used the blush to blend out a black smoky eye. It mixed with the black to make a beautiful orchid purple. Unlike many bright pink pigments, it didn’t stain my skin. I’ve worn the highlighter as a brow bone highlight and a sheer wash on the lid with bronzer in my crease. It’s pretty pricey but I am getting a lot of use from it. The downside is the product life is listed as only 9 months and the pans are huge. I don’t understand the short life as it does contain preservatives. Powders typically last longer anyway so we’ll see.

Tags: buildable, highly-pigmented, creamy, dry, easy-to-apply, long-wearing
Skin Type: Normal - Skin Tone: Very Light - Undertone: Yellow