There are 5 of these released so far and I own all of them! I actually keep a note on my phone with a list of all of the Canmake products I own so I don't accidentally buy duplicates hehe. These were released maybe a year or two ago. This was released before the new Matt Fleur Cheeks, but after the Cream Cheek CL (Clear) series.
The Glow Fleur Cheeks are a series of blushes released by Canmake that was essentially a dupe/released in reaction to the Anna Sui Rose Cheek Color blushes. Both look similar, though obviously packaging is different and of course the price point is drastically different! I own one of the Anna Sui Rose Cheek Color but I believe it was the blue and white highlighter one that I bought, so I can't compare unfortunately. However, I really like these fleur cheeks from canmake just by themselves!
These contains five colored roses in the compact and basically you're supposed to swirl them together to use. The pan is large enough that I can limit my brush to just a portion of the pan, but generally you'll be touching arund 2-3 of the roses with your blush brush. each rose is just too small unless you're using an eyeshadow brush! I normally take my blush brush (from Lancome) and pat into the color portion, then tap into the highlight and go over the blush on my cheekbone. It's pretty nice to not have to reach for a separate highlighter!
The powder isn't so soft that it kick up dust (thankfully, those annoy me), but they're not so hard that you really have to gouge at it. The rose design goes pretty deep, I had to use it for quite a while before the rose design really start to smooth down. Since it is "glow" it does have shimmer particles. They're never that large though, in fact the shimmer in these blushes are WAY less than, say, NARS Orgasm. I want to say it's even less than Deep Throat, or at least on par with Deep Throat. The shimmer never makes my pore look huge.
In terms of pigmentation, it's pretty much the same across most of the canmake powder blush level, though I believe the Duos and Singles have better pigmentation (generally less shimmer particles), with the Glow Fleurs a little less pigmented/soft, and the Matt Fleurs the worst of the lot (I'll write that in a separate review!)
I love Canmake blushes for the fact that they're buildable - these blushes are not the kind that are so pigmented you tap once and then you're already garish looking, particularly as many of those highly pigmented blushes are a b*tch to blend out. These allow you to build up and blend as you go, and of course highlight when you wish to. It makes my life easier in the morning when I don't have to worry so much about over doing it!
I love these blushes and probably will continue on collecting new shades whenever I can, the same way I collect the singles, duos, creams, clears, and the balm rouges!!