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Adrienne Avatar

I loved the Tarte color wheel blush palettes! I like having cool and some warm options is the same palette. But lately most blush palettes are overall too warm for me. I can’t believe Tarte stopped doing those palettes because I thought they were popular.

Nancy T Avatar

Because I really miss UD’s Afterglow Blush and cheek products, I’d be over the moon for a 4-6 pan Afterglow Palette with a light and a dark version containing:
1 bronzer per colorway, Jawbone bronzer for us more pigmented folks.
1-2 highlighters
2-4 blushes, definitely with Rapture in both versions, with one OG and one deeper for the palette designed for darker/richer skintones. Also, a high quality warmer pink or pinky-coral.

Denise S. Avatar

Nars and Hourglass make my favorite blushes. I’d love a palette of just blush in shades I could wear from Hourglass. If they’d allowed you to build a custom blush palette I’d be all over it. I treasure the multiple Nars blush palettes that I already own. Honorable mention to Tarte blush palettes that are bomb!

Genevieve Avatar

I don’t really go in for cheek palettes myself, but I would like to get my hands on the Cover Fx’s Soft Peach duo because I thought that was pretty perfect for me.
Another brand I would like to try is Chanel’s soft coral blushes (a duo or trio) – that would be lovely too.

Nina Avatar

My favorite would be if Kevyn Aucoin brought back an ombré cheek color in Celestial Nights. A perfect cool tone bronzer/highlighter. I’m not sure why many products lean warm always. I’m just a cool tone bronzer/blush woman. Hard. To. Find. 🥲

Lacey Avatar

A cover FX bronzer quad! The matte side of Sunkissed Bronze is my everyday shade for face and eyes. It replaced Becca Bronzed Bondi as my HG.

The formula is so good, buildable, long lasting, doesn’t emphasize skin texture. I’d gladly pay more for smaller pans with a variety of matte, neutral shades. I’m down for a blush sampler as well Christine!

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