I am Pink for Flower Blush. Pretty in pink!—I’m the softest baby pink in the blush collection. I complement fair complexions beautifully, bringing a hint of light rosy tint with a super-silky matte finish. Let me bring a sheer, sweet blush to your cheeks!
I am also good for you! I contain no harsh or yucky ingredients – ever. My mom says I’m purely inspired, but I blush when she says that. Oh, I forgot! I’m blushing ALL the time! I am 100% vegan, and handmade in Austin, with love, for you.
WHAT I DO
I’m a blush, so I add a touch of color to make you look like you’ve been kissed by sunshine! I’m so good at making your beauty shine, I was considered naughty in Victorian times. Oh, my!
For a fresh, natural look, choose a deeper shade of your skin color, like your cheeks when you pinch them, or inside your lip. If you want a striking accent, I can hint at a color from your outfit, or get dramatic, going darker than your natural shade. Oo-la-la! Apply me after powder, and before bronzer. I go on cheeks, of course—but a hint of blush on your nose or jawline can also give your look a touch of sunshine.
WHAT I DON’T DO, AND WILL NEVER DO
I will never include unfriendly substances. Other brands use additives that could be unkind to skin and our Earth, crud like carmine, lake dyes, bismuth oxychloride (what IS that?), petroleum, paraffin wax, mineral oil, sodium lauryl sulphate, fragrance, and EDTA. Yuck! Not me! Only the cleanest, purest, best ingredients are in me and my sister products, for a beautiful, healthy you and a beautiful, healthy world.
Mica. May Contain (+/-): Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Ultramarines (CI 77007).
- Usage Tips
Blush adds pops of color to your cheekbones. Everyday Minerals powders are brilliantly pigmented, velvety and luminous. Sprinkle blush powder into the lid of the jar. Use your brush to sweep the minerals along your cheekbones. Blend in an upward and outward motion. Blush also creates a radiant look when applied to your chin and forehead.
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