The Dupe List: Marc Jacobs Flesh & Fantasy

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Sometimes subtle nuance differences can really make a product. However, this is one where I wish I hadn’t purchased. I miscalculated and thought the darker shade in the pan would make the overall product run more nude less peach. It doesn’t. I have Zoeva Shy Beauty and they look pretty much identical. The subtle nuance differences get entirely lost on me and peach blushes are not the easiest for me to wear.

Cancelling due to the light olive? That happens to me with the invisible secret admirer, though that shows up a bit better with a tan. Just found out that dim light (I think, the left one) works in summer and looks wrong in winter.). Maybe these will show their differences, when your summer/outdoors is over.

Hey KayJay:
It clashes. Peach against Kermit. Anything orange, yellow, green, are super challenging and shade choices very limiting. Still I find it easier to wear peach shades in winter when I can futz my foundation as I’m covering much more body real estate. But it is still not ideal. If it leans more pink, I fare better. This shade is more on the sorbet orange side=difficult.
Dim light is another clash story for me. It’s too warm and also turns fake bake orange. I’m much better with Mood light. I can wear it year round and it is fantastic for reducing sallowness. So if my foundation runs too yellow (and sometimes I just have to settle for that), mood light comes to the rescue.

This is another item I tried because it looks so good on you but on me it doesn’t look peach, the dark part shows up more and not in a good way.

Hmmm, Nude pop is subtly warmer and browner. It’s odd that I like it better but as a cool toned person trying to cover Rosacea I tend to go in the opposite direction with blush and enjoy warmer tones just for that reason. Chanel Jersey being a prime example!

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