What blush would you create if you could? Share the brand, color, finish, name!

A mid-tone, pink-leaning coral base with fine, duochrome pearl that shifted between violet and teal paired with a luminous sheen–smooth but glowing. I’d love to see it in MAC’s Extra Dimension formula. I’d call it Sunset’s Edge.

— Christine
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For me, it would be a cool toned deeper pink blush, along the lines of MAC’s Subtle Breeze (which I missed out on) or Sweet Sentiment, which I treasure and use almost every day. Both are mineralize finishes which I like though I’d like to “up” the sheen a bit so it would be more like the Sheertone Shimmer or Extra Dimension finish. I had a name chosen as I started typing this but I’ve forgot it entirely! So I’ll just name it “Fulfillment”, since I’ve been wanting Subtle Breeze for years and years and I’d finally feel fulfilled!

I’d make a cool pink that actually showed up cool pink on my skin tone in a pearl finish. Every cool pink I’ve ever tried looks lavender on me. I think I’d love it in Laura Geller’s or Em Cosmetic’s baked formula.

I’d create a blush for my mother: satiny, sheer, deep coral. Something with a natural skin-finish, not matte at all but not too shiny. Very sheer but buildable- so she could be heavy-handed without looking clownish. Probably a cream stick formula, so she could just swipe it on and blend with fingers. (But if we’re really going for it, why not add a matching pressed powder too, for the fun of fluffy brushes on the weekend) I’d call it “Well Rested”

I don’t switch up blush like I do eye shadows. I am very happy with cream blushes. They are excellent for my skin. I do wish Nars would extend their Multiples (they cancelled some great colors…bye Malibu and St Barts). I would like this is a bronzy rose with some light shimmer which would be a cross between those two and call it Key West.

I want your blush! Seriously, you come up with the best ideas.

I want Fenty to make a true red in the Cheeks Out Cream Blush Formula. Sheer, yet buildable is what I want, and it has to stay red. I don’t want it to blend out to be slightest bit orange, coral, or pink. I’m not sure about a name. Maybe Red Hotz? IDK, I’m nowhere near as cool as RiRi. Her team could call it whatever they wanted if I got what I wanted. lol

Can I just have half a dozen pans of UD Jawbone please?!? 😩

But in all seriousness, if I could create a blush, it would be with MAC in their Sheertone or EDSF. It would be a cross between Cheek Pollen (for the sun-kissed effect) and Raizin (for glow and some added depth). I would call it Sunny Beaches!

Nancy that sounds intriguing – I absolutely love Cheek Pollen – one of my favorite blush ever! I would definitely by your blush.

I love the Laura Geller Baked Elements Blush formula (that’s now discontinued). I would say that it feels like the Milani Baked Blush but even more finely milled. The current Laura Geller Soft Matte Baked Blush formula is similar but the Baked Elements had a gorgeous sheen. I would love to see a mauve that leans rosy without turning pink upon application. I would call it Dusky Rose.

Now this question has me scratching my head!
I would like a mid tone coral/peach, with a cool undertone and a soft satiny matte finish. I would call it “Satin Coral” so customers would know exactly what shade they are getting.

A cool toned pink blush like the Ethereal Glow color from Hourglass but put into a Chic to Chic blusher compact from CT. And then two more for medium and deeper toned gals who want cool tones in their lives.

I just love the formula of Essence’s Satin Touch Love blush but wish it came in a cool mauve shade, I’d call it Satin Touch Mood.
Ditto for the Milani baked blush formula, I wish it came in some truly cool shades. I would make a cool-toned deep mauve and call it Mauvissimo and a deep cool rose pink called Roma Rosa.

I’d like a matte, soft, slightly powdery and blendable formula like UD Afterglow that can be applied like a sheer watercolor or built up to intense, bright coverage. The color would be medium-dark, warm violet with pink-red undertones.

I’d call it MPDG, because I’m in a bit of a mood.

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