I was so excited to try this product because I thought the packaging was so adorable. The color looks amazing in the pan, and I think it would look good on almost any skin tone. I have very tan olive skin, and this color complimented it very well. It applies as a subtle, warm color and dries into a powder finish, which I thought was pretty neat - I expected it to be sticky. My only gripe was that when I asked my boyfriend what he thought, he said, "It looks great!"
I asked him to clarify what he thought he was looking at because I didn't exactly tell him I put blush on. I said, "Did you know that I put on the blush?" Just so he could focus on that aspect. He responded, "Yes." At first I was like, "Oh okay, he thinks it looks good." And then, "Wait a second, you think it looks like I just put blush on??" He started saying some things about how it looked good (he probably meant the color), but that he could see a line where the blush was applied in some parts. He said it looked a bit patchy. I said I was going for the natural look, and he affirmed it didn't look like that at all - just product sitting on top of skin.
So, even though I thought I did a pretty good job of blending it out with my fingers, I blended it further, and then I asked him what he thought again. "It still doesn't look right." I blended it more. "Now that looks good!" I looked in the mirror in vain and tried to figure out if the blush was just really subtle at that point, or just not there anymore. "It probably just looks better because it doesn't even look like I have it on anymore!" I surmised, so I just left it at that and moved on. Too bad, because the packaging and the color of the product are spot on... as is the blush (Get it? Spotty? Ha ha...)