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Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Other, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Glitter chunks. Waste of money.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
Have to agree w/ the other 2 reviewers, this is not a blush it's a glitter bomb. Definitely not suited for cheeks on any occation. I use it sometimes as a cream shadow though, and it works quite nicely as such. I usually smudge a grey eyeliner w/ the blush and voila! nice greyish lids with a little glitter. I only use a pinch so this tub will last me a lifetime.
Will never buy another Guelain cream blush.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
Unfortunately, I have to agree completely with the reviewer before me. I have this in Rose Chamallow and loved it sooooo completely that I bought this sight unseen, couldn't find it in sephora stores! When I opened it, I was very pleasantly surprised, I thought shimmery light pink cheeks were mine. On the skin there is virtually NO color payoff AT ALL! The glitter is huge and gold and silver, not shimmer, but big chunky glitter. I don't even think I can use this as a highlighter, it is so obvious! I am very disappointed, but still utterly happy with Rose Chamallow.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond Eyes: Grey
I can't believe I'm giving a bad review to a Bubble Blush, but this one is just AWFUL. Looks beautiful in the little pot, a very, very pale pink (lighter than Dollface or Cloud 9 Tarte Cheekstains, or Armani Sheer Powder Blush #1,). There is no pigment at all in this "blush".
I ordered it sight unseen, as I adore the Bubble Blushes. I'm very pale - (lightest shades in most foundations are too dark for me), so I can usually wear very light colors. This is NOT a color. In the poorly lit bathroom in which I applied this, I used this over my Rose Chamallow Bubble Blush (the palest pink cream blush in the Guerlain line). In the light of day, at my son's lacrosse game, one of my friends asked me why I had gold glitter on my cheeks. I asked her how bad it was, and she told me to think back to the 80s, in the dark of a disco,the girl wearing all the wrong makeup, coz she remembers seeing "Grease" and thought Olivia Newton John's slutty Sandy makeup looked really fab.
No makeup mirrors around, so I rushed to my car and checked out my reflection. OMG. Horrid. Funny, but horrid. In an attempt to get rid of large chunks of gold glitter I ended up smearing them all over my face. Fortunately, I had my newborn w/ me and the ever present diaper bag (yes, my life is sooo exciting). I grabbed the Huggies Diaper Wipes and did a makeup removal, guided only by my friend's verbal directions. The glitter ended up on my eyelids, so I smeared my mascara. I now looked like Alice Cooper, but that was preferable to the gold glitter look. My son's team won his lacrosse game, and I think the opposition was so distracted by my makeup antics, that they were overcome by fits of hysterical laughter. Or perhaps, they were blinded by the gold glitter. My son's team looked away in horror.
Please spare yourself such humiliation. This wouldn't work on any skintone for any reason. Light Whisper makes Urban Decay glitter shadows look subtle. Guerlain, what were you thinking? My children have requested legal emancipation, and I may have to leave town.