I Love this perfect color for my light semi cool semi neutral skin. I have found a color in my opinion pretty close for less money in that of Max Factor's
Natural Brush-On Satin Blush in Cinnamon for alot less money when I don't feel like splurging.
I've long avoided this blush, thinking it was about the ugliest in pan around. After years of hearing nothing but raves about this I've caved, and I have to say, this really doesn't do a whole lot for me. Should have gone with my gut on this one. It's really light and when I get it to show it is a rather dirty beige pink on. Like Nars Madly, a similar shade, the tones are off on me. Lancome blush in general is good quality, I just don't care for this shade.
Had to return this. Wouldn't show up on FFF pushing MMM me, (1) and, (2), the texture wasn't what I had hoped for. Respectfully submitted, colormepink
Great color. When I wear this I feel like I'm glowing. Very neutral with slight shimmer. I've been using this color for years (I'm only 23 now). But I feel like I can appreciate the subtlely of this blush much more now than I used to. Perfect color and consistency.
This is my HG blush. Looks ugly in the pan, but comes out sorta pinky on me. Hard to explain, but the color is beautiful and natural. Has a tiny bit of shimmer, but you can hardly tell. Isn't shimmer-crazy like Nars blushes which I can't wear.
My mom introduced this product to me. Although she has more of an olive skin tone, it looked beautiful and natural on my pale, cool-toned skin. It's nearly impossible to overdo this one. A bit pricey, but it should last a while. Definite repurchase.
Miel Glace is a pretty, shimmery champagne pink color on my light PPP (yellow/neutral undertones) skin. I don't see much beige in this blush. It looks mostly pink on me - a soft, muted pink with very light beige undertones. On me, Miel Glace looks about 90% pink and 10% light beige. The beige is just enough to soften the pink and give it a gentle champagne color. Very pretty, and I would probably purchase again if I ever run out.
I'm a PPP with brown hair and greenish gray eyes, and this is definitely one of my favorite blushes. It's a subtle, glowy tan-champagne color that can be layered for more impact. It's impossible to overdo this one. Makes me look absolutely great every time--and it's not your usual pink, coral, peach, or red.
I loved the texture but the color was far too subtle for me. I like something to accentuate my cheekbones a bit, and this was too close to my own skintone to do that. I have pale skin with pinky undertones, and this color did not really show up on me. I exchanged it for the mocha havana, which I am much happier with.
A very pretty color for me, I have pale/neutral skin. Also, this doesn't cause me to break out. This will give you a nice, healthy glow, although I think I'll use it more in the summer as it works as a light bronzer for me. For overall blush, Benefit's Dandelion is still my HG, but Miel Glace is a close second.