|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Tom Ford is so addictive! Frantic pink is a very light pinky peach blush with shimmer. I love this over bronzer or as a highlight with a matte peach blush like D&G peach blush. They are crazy expensive but at least the package contains a lot of product.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
This is a nice very light pink-peach blush. But the effect on my skin is too peachy for my liking. The powder is creamy, soft and the staying power is good. There is a lot of shimmer in it and when the blush fades the shimmer is left on the skin. I like it but do not love it. You get 8 g of blush, which is a lot and there is no brush with it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I love everything about this product! The colour is amazing on my nw15/20 skin tone, like I am lightly flushed but very naturally. It applies like an absolute dream with the Tom Ford blush brush and the packaging is so sleek and gorgeous. If I had to only choose one blush to use for the rest of my life this would be it!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
i wanted to try TF blushes and see what all the hype was about. I was looking for something i could wear everyday, nothing too pigmented or bright so that i could use it eceryday and get my moneys worth so i chose frantic pink. on my NC30 skin it shows up as a peachy pink. blendability is really nice, not powdery, shimmers is very subtle. i think this blush will not show up on anyone with a darker skin tone than me. because i am not fair and more on the yellow tan side, blushes tend to appear different on my skin tone. it reminds me of nars orgasm minus the excess shimmer and with silver shimmer instead of gold. i remember with nars orgasm, i had to dig more of the product for the color to show up, with TF i didn't have to do that, it is creamy and pigmented considering it is the lightest shade. the longevity is pretty good, i have oily combo skin and after six hours, the color didnt turn orange on me nor did it turn patchy like most blushes do on my skin. i didnt have to touch up at all and j must say i am impressed at the longevity and how it just faded so evenly cknsidering my skin type. however i don't know if i would repurchase or purchase another shade simply because of the price. you do get what you pay for, the packaging is very classy and substantial and the quality is beautiful but i wouldn't call it a must have for every makeup lover because there are so many lovely blushes in the market and the shades are very dupable but if you want something luxurious, i would recommend trying one.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Frantic pink is a beautiful pink/peach that looks great alone or with Tom Ford terra bronzer which I also purchased. I really splurged here but there is so much product and it is so pigmented that I don't anticipate ever, ever hitting the pan on either the blush or the bronzer!! It is very pricey ($55 for blush and $90 for bronzer) but I have spent so much money over the years on every blush and bronzer in every line from drugstore to Chanel and Armani that I've finally realized it's better to pay the extra for something fabulous in the first place instead of having 50 blushes and bronzers that are just sitting in the drawer. I love all the Tom Ford products I have so far. You can use a light hand for a subtle glow or build it up for more intense color. This is a great blush that works for both day and night.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
After discovering NYX, I am disgusted with myself for the TF spree I went on. One shot deal. NEVER again.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This color is quite unique, it's far from being candy pink, more like half way between pink and peach, very light and has a neon like brightness to it, a quality also shared by 03 Flush. The neon brightness translates to a lit up look on the face. A lot of blushes tend to darken fair skin as they deposit color, not this one! It's as if you're putting nothing but a light layer of pigment and glow on the cheeks. It has an almost ethereal quality to it.
Nars Orgasm has heavily reflective golden shimmers while Frantic Pink has light silvery shimmers. The color of Orgasm is also redder and darker. In other words, Frantic Pink has a more natural effect and is definitely more work appropriate.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This is a lovely pale pinky nude blush with a slight shimmer, it looks very sophisticated & gives you a subtle glow. The texture is very smooth & soft. The packaging is beautiful & it has a nice mirror inside the compact. I think it's a beautiful product but quite expensive, but then it is Tom Ford! I love it.
Age: Unknown Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I bought this blush (along with about 12 other Tom Ford makeup items) 3 1/2 months ago. I have used Frantic Pink every day since then. It's the perfect blush for me (fair skin, neutral tone rather than pink or yellow). It's not a blue (cool) pink, but I wouldn't say it's a warm pink either, since that would come up orange on my skin. On me, this just stays a pretty, believable pink. I don't see any resemblance to Nars Orgasm, because I couldn't wear that color at all...it was orange on me. This has become my holy grail! My only complaint is that if I want to take it with me for the day (like if I were to go out for the evening after not being home since early morning) I need to pack a blush brush along with the blush, and then it starts taking up too much room in my bag.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I resisted buying this pricey product, just as I resisted the lipstick, but I love it. (Love the lippies also.) The color is perfect for me, warm but not orange. The package is gorgeous, it's fun to use, and it's silky and non-drying but well pigmented. I can see using it almost every day.
It does remind me a bit of Orgasm but without the sparkle and a much better texture.
The package is so generous that I don't anticipate having to buy another any time soon, making the $55 price tag less of a shock.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Other, Straight Eyes: Hazel
The quality and texture of this blush is outstanding and the packaging is gorgeous. It goes on evenly and smoothly EVERY time, over makeup or without makeup. The color does remind me a bit of Nars Orgasm minus the gold flecks as the prior reviewer noted. Even on my quite blue undertoned, fair skin it comes off neutral pink (not orange). The intensity of the color is perfect for daytime wear as it looks very natural. And, it adapts to every color lipstick I wear, even more blue based pinks which tend to be my choice. Very versatile and very beautiful product.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
So, I was at Saks Fifth Ave last week and got sucked into the Tom Ford counter. In my madness, I purchased several items, one of which was the blush in Frantic Pink. Now, Tom Ford's makeup colors are really not for shy girls, and of all the blush shades, Frantic Pink seems the least obtrusive.
In the pan, as well on my face, it is a warm-toned pink with some slight gold shimmer. Now, you may ask, how does this compare to NARS Orgasm? The base color of Frantic Pink is pink, as opposed to peach, and the extreme golden shimmer than NARS O has is not in this. Frantic Pink's shimmer is more fine and sparse, and gives more of a true glow, rather than a shimmer highlight. In some respects, it reminds me of a brighter, warmer version of my favorite blush, Giorgio Armani #2 - so if GA #2 did not show up on you, definitely try Frantic Pink.
The pigmentation is good, and as mentioned before, what you see in the pan is what you get on the skin. It lasts all day for me, and I have combination skin.
The packaging is sleek -- dark brown wood-tone plastic compact with gold trim and comes in a brown velvet pouch. The blush pan is quite large, so you don't have to worry about your brush not fitting, etc.
The pricepoint is ridiculously high - $55USD - the only other blush I have that is more is my Cle de Peau, which is only more based on the price of the compact that had to be purchased separately. Aside from that, I would most likely repurchase if I were to run out.
Overall, I would recommend. For reference, I am NC20'ish (light golden-toned skin), with dark hair and eyes. For a picture of the compact, please visit the Bergdorf Goodman site: http://www.bergdorfgoodman.com/store/catalog/prod.jhtml?itemId=prod74520010&parentId=cat377806&masterId=cat377803&index=84&isEditorial=false&cmCat=cat000000cat000005cat000017cat10022cat245100cat377803cat377806