Coral Reefer is similar to Harlot and Cherry Bomb in Meow's matte Original line of blushes, but is right in the middle regarding color intensity. On my Fierce/Slinky Abyssinian skin it pulls pure mid-tone peach--no pink or coral tones whatsoever, despite its name. If you're pale I would probably opt for Harlot instead (though that pulls more pink), and if you want more of a deeper/redder/coral tone try out Cherry Bomb. As with all Meow Original blushes Coral Reefer never applies blotchy, and is matte but not flat.
EDIT: Now that I've tried some of Alima's matte blushes Meow's Original blushes pale in comparison. Meow's pigmentation is much weaker and the colors fade much more quickly. Meow may be cheaper but I'd rather have a smaller amount of a blush that shows up and sticks in one application than have to use more of a larger amount of blush.
Skin Type: Normal to dry, tans easily, rarely breaks out. Skintone: LLL (olive skin tone) Haircolor: Changes frequently Right now, soft medium golden brown with glints of dark brown. Eye Color: Espresso brown.
When I read this to be a sheer, bright, and bold coral; I had to get it. I wouldn’t call it that bold or bright. This color reminds me of a persimmon. However, when buffed it turns into a lovely cool toned apricot with a satin finish. Nothing too chalky or shimmery. It has a softness to it that is wearable on the cheeks yet a punch of color that makes it different from other corals. Great to pair with a bronzer! The texture is smoother and creamier, even though it is a powder, it glides on effortlessly. No fading either. Very nice blush!