The star of the collection is the Blur Powder that gives an optical blur with weightless powder but it’s almost completely sold out – I managed to find some at Space NK in Medium/Deep which is the one shown and also Light/Medium. Medium Deep is suitable for sun-kissed skin or deeper tones although because the texture is so fine and the colour deposit so light, it’s workable I think across the board other than the very palest.
As you might expect, it comes with a premium price tag – £79 – but obviously selling like hot cakes. I’m linking to SpaceNK HERE because at the time of writing they have 20% off a £100 spend which is easily done with this collection.
This is such a sweet little blush with the same 3D flower effect on the packaging. It’s in a light hit rosy coral that enlivens the complexion immediately and tends to suits all tones. It’s £47 HERE. There’s a pearl element which gives a sheeny effect for luminosity.
There’s also a buffing brush that comes in a shiny neon fabric bag but I’ve yet to find it on any site – it might be a question of asking in stores.
The lipstick that joins the Blur Powder and Blush is called Capucine and is the most vibrant orange shade. It’s a very balmy formula that leaves a sheen on the lips which is very impactful when you go as bright as this. Annoyingly, it seems to have sold out everywhere – but – there is a similar shade, Amarylis, in the same Lip Chic formula HERE (£33) but not in orange casing.
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Obviously, the palettes are going straight into my keep collection. I don’t remember seeing anything quite like this before and find it absolutely charming – positive, fun and beautiful.
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